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འབྱུང་པོ
also graha, gdon; mi ma yin - Spirits, bhuta, malignant beings of the preta class, ghosts etc [RY]

elemental spirits lha 'dre thams cad 'dar zhing 'byung po 'dul ba - makes all gods and demons tremble, and subjugates the elemental spirits [RY]

a class of beings mainly included in the preta realm, ghost, evil spirits, a spirit, creature, harmful spirits, any being, even a plant. bhuta, [class of beings mainly included in the preta realm]; a demon; evil forces; sky-traveling preta-demon [RY]

Elemental forces [RY]

[harmful] spirit, evil forces, 1) living beings with form established from the four elements 2) <bh'uta:> harmful formless geks and d"ns [class of beings mainly included in the preta realm, ghost, evil spirits, a spirit, creature, harmful spirits, any being, even a plant bhuta, evil forces] [IW]

spirits [RY]

[harmful] spirit, evil forces [R] [IW]

exposition, elements, beings, creature, demon, evil spirit, 1 of 12 kinds of yi dwags, type of lha, name of a class of spirits that corresponds to the Bhuta of the Indian tradition [JV]

1) elemental spirits, elemental ghost; 2) elemental forces [Erick Tsiknopoulos]