mkha' 'gro

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མཁའ་འགྲོ
dakini, inspirations, bird, angel, fairy, SA rin chen mkha' 'gro, god, arrow, sky-goer, possessor of spiritual daka power in male form [JV]

( ma) - dakini; sky-goer/ dancer; 1) dakini. Syn mkha' 'gro ma. 2) [sometimes also both daka and dakini when mkha' 'gro + mkha' 'gro ma when mkha' 'gro + mkha' 'gro ma 3) birds. 4) devas. 5) possessor of spiritual daka power in male form, 6) a class of sky going beings. 7) goddess or female tantric deities who protect and serve the tantric doctrine. 8) daka. male space-farers or viras dpa' bo, celestial flight; daka; sky-goer/ dancer; goddess [sky goers], possessor of spiritual daka power in male form [RY]

mkha' 'gro ma dakini; (feminine) sky goer/ dancer [RB]

daka; (masculine) sky goer/ dancer [RB]

a daka [RY]

[ka &] kin, birds, devas, arrow [IW]

[ka &] kin, birds, devas [possessor of spiritual ka power in male form, a class of sky going beings, goddess or female tantric deities who protect and serve the tantric doctrine, ka male space farers or v ras dpa' bo gkmk), celestial flight-goddess (sky goers) (TS) [IW]

Ḍākinī, ḍākinī (see mkha' 'gro ma) [Erick Tsiknopoulos]