Difference between revisions of "sman mo"

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1) maiden. 2) menmo spirit. female demons inhabiting the countryside [RY]
 
1) maiden. 2) menmo spirit. female demons inhabiting the countryside [RY]
  
the Medicine Maidens (goddesses of medicine) [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
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Medicine Maiden(s), Medicinal Maiden(s), Medicine Queen(s), Medicinal Queen(s), Medicine Lady/Ladies, Medicinal Lady/Ladies, Medicine Mistress(es), Medicinal Mistress(es). Short form of [[sman gyi btsun ma]]. Goddesses or female deities of medicine, or medicinal goddesses, similar or perhaps the same as [[sman btsun]]. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]
  
 
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  [[Category:Tibetan Dictionary]] [[Category:rydic2003]] [[Category:ma]]

Latest revision as of 20:40, 9 January 2019

Four Menmo sisters, guardians of Lake Kokonor [RY]

menmo spirit, female demons inhabiting the countryside [IW]

Menmo sisters, four naginis inhabiting Lake Kokonor [RY]

1) maiden. 2) menmo spirit. female demons inhabiting the countryside [RY]

Medicine Maiden(s), Medicinal Maiden(s), Medicine Queen(s), Medicinal Queen(s), Medicine Lady/Ladies, Medicinal Lady/Ladies, Medicine Mistress(es), Medicinal Mistress(es). Short form of sman gyi btsun ma. Goddesses or female deities of medicine, or medicinal goddesses, similar or perhaps the same as sman btsun. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]