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1) Raudra, (54th year, the male iron monkey; 2) deity dbang phyug chen po; 3) 11; 2) wrathful mantra and dharani; 2) strong, force * fierce, wrathful, powerful, ardent, intense, forceful rites, immediacy, destroying * (30 armed, military [IW]

1) strong; violent, fierce, serious, severe, wrathful, powerful, wrath. 2) Raudra, [54th year, the Male Iron Monkey]. 3) Shiva; Rudra. 4) subjugating, forceful rites; destroying; one of the phrin las lnga, the five activities. 5) immediacy, ardent, intense, fervent/ intense [RY]

wrath(ful); fervent/ intense [RB]

acute, intense, cruel, ruthless, stern, severe, terrible, sharp, violent, radical, fierce, fearful, terrific deity, immediacy, ardent, subjugation, wrathful activity, drastic, enemy, intense wrath, wrathful, type of lha, fierce, harsh, strong, destroying, 1 of 4 'phrin las bzhi, ferocity, suppress with some force, strong [JV]

1) Raudra, (54th year, the male iron monkey); 2) deity dbang phyug chen po; 3) 11 [since there are 11 wrathful deities among the 33]; 2) wrathful mantra and dharani; 2) strong, force [not gentle and peaceful] fierce, wrathful, powerful, ardent, intense, forceful rites, immediacy, destroying [one of the [[phrin las bzhi/lnga: 4/5 activities] [IW]

acute, intense, cruel, ruthless, stern, severe, terrible, sharp, violent, radical, fierce, fearful, terrific deity, immediacy, ardent, subjugation, wrathful activity, drastic, enemy, intense wrath, wrathful, type of lha, fierce, harsh, strong, destroying, 1 of 4 'phrin las bzhi, ferocity, suppress with some force, strong, atrocious [JV]

1) ferocity, savagery, brutality, brutishness, barbarity, fierceness, violence, aggression, ruthlessness, cruelty, severity; 2) force, strength; 3) wrath, wrathful, wrathfulness; 4) destruction, destroying, destructive action/activities; 5) fervency, intensity [Erick Tsiknopoulos]