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Rishi, an Indian sage [RY]

Rishi, Indian ascetic [RY]

Rishi. 1) 'Seer', inspired Vedic sage, Brahmanical ascetic with magical powers. 2) Title for someone has attained the power of truthful speech so that whatever he says comes true [RY]

[body speech and mind w/o deception drang po'i phyogs su srong ba keeping to the straightforward/ righteous R]; 2) 1 of the glu dbyangs nges pa bdun; 3) 7 [R] i - a holy hermit, hermit-saint, rishi, sage, (straightforward/ righteous one) [IW]

a sage [RY]

rishi, sage; holy hermit, hermit type saint, sage, seer; [straightforward, righteous one] [RY]

seer/ sage/ rishi [RB]

sages [RY]

sage [RY]

the sages [RY]

rishis, saintliness, sages of old, seers, sage who observes the vow of ablution, reciter of sacred hymns, inspired sage, authors or seers of vedic hymns, saints, anchorite, sage, an ascetic, siddhi, sage, semi-divine beings endowed with magic powers [JV]

1) body speech and mind without deception drang po'i phyogs su srong ba keeping to the straightforward/ righteous [syn: kun tu rgyu dang, dka' thub spyod, khrus kyi brtul zhugs can, dge bar slong, ngag bsdams pa, nyon mongs thul, brtul zhugs can, thul ba, bden smra, sdom brtzon dbang po, pha rol 'dod, mi smra, smra ba bcad, gtzang gnas, tsangs pa'i spyod pa, rig byed klog]; 2) 1 of the glu dbyangs nges pa bdun; 3) 7 (met) [from 'od zer can, nyi ma, rgyun shes, 'od yangs, lha min 'joms, mchod sbyin can, gnas 'jog ste in the skar ma smin bdun the 7 rishis drang srong bdun] [IW]