American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Used in India as a title of respect for a man.
- n. Hinduism Used as a title for a deity or holy man.
- Hindi śrī, from Sanskrit, splendor, majesty, honorific pref. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This showcase of repertory, takes its title from the Sanskrit word Sri – "the divine female principle".”
“She ended up with what she calls the Sri Lankan Index of Psychosocial Status, a twenty-six-item measure of the local indicators of distress.”
“In India often the name Sri is given in the hopes that somehow the child will live up t “auspicious”.”
“The Tamil tigers have used suicide bombings in Sri Lanka, Ceylon.”
“Lanka Rising writes about the Vesak Lanterns Festival, an annual holiday observed traditionally by practicing Buddhists in Sri Lanka and other parts of South Asia.”
“One questioned why there is so little international coverage of the fighting in Sri Lanka.”
“As a photographer who has shot the war in Sri Lanka, I find it frightening that you associate the situation there with Srebrenica.”
“The war in Sri Lanka is horrific and there is plenty of blame to go around for both sides.”
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