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བཙན

species of demon, strict, secure, binding, 1 of sde brgyad, class of spirits, furies, Tsen spirit, SA gtsan [JV]

a disease-causing demon; authority; demon, spirit/ immediate; powerful, secure, lord, king, force, power, might, king, strong, mighty, powerful, ruler, tsen spirits. ghosts of hunting. sky-traveling preta-demon; strong, abrupt [RY]

tsan spirit; warlike nonhuman spirit [RB]

tsen. A type of evil spirit. Tsen spirits [RY]

Tsen, one of the eight kinds of gods and spirits (lha srin sde brgyad) [RY]

1) tsan demon; 2) powerful ghosts of hunting; 3) secure, strong, mighty; 4) lord, king, ruler; 5) force, power, might, strength [IW]

1) tsan [kind of 'dre demon of mountains, rivers etc.]; 2) powerful ghosts of hunting; 3) secure, strong, mighty; 4) lord, king, ruler; 5) force, power, might, strength [btsan + verb do -- by force] [IW]

1) haunting spirit, haunting ghost, haunting demon; 2) cursing spirit, cursing ghost, cursing ghost; 3) battle spirit, battle ghost, battle demon; 4) violent spirit, violent ghost, violent demon; 5) vengeful spirit, vengeful ghost, vengeful demon; 6) pestilent spirit, pestilent ghost, pestilent demon; 7) warlike spirit, warlike ghost, warlike demon; 8) hunting spirit, hunting ghost, hunting demon; 9) a 'fury', or cthonic type of spirit; 10) infernal spirit, infernal ghost, infernal demon. One of the 'Eight Classes of Gods and Demons' (lha srin sde brgyad). Probably a kind of preta or hungry ghost, but with apparent asura or combative demigod tendencies, and often (though not always) described as malevolent. 11) secure, strong, mighty, etc.; 12) force, power, might, strength, etc.; 12) lord, king, ruler, etc. [Erick Tsiknopoulos]