Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as soma.
- n. The word is used erroneously in the following quotation:
“It is also a place for homa-havan (fire sacrifice and worship)”
“The ash from a homa is considered so precious, that it is given to the sick to eat as a method of healing.”
“A very complicated ritual, a homa involves throwing into the fire that which is to be sacrificed.”
“The product of the homa is called vibhuti, or "sacred ash.”
“Shaila Kaku was also here in Blr so the Udyapan was a full fledged perfectly done celebration complete with homa, havan and naivedhya of 5 sweets!”
“Kleftiko (Central Greece), Ofto (Crete), Krias sto homa (Kozani) etc. refer to the same method of baking.”
“I am not going to be the one to say it out right, but it sure looks like she's dancing around the infamous "card". homa”
“Play the fear card, the race card, or the homa-sex-ul card.”
“Dattatreya Siva Baba (Baba), the YouTube Guru, also known as the guru who gave the One Minute Ah Meditation to world, is sponsoring a live web broadcast of a three-day fire ritual (homa) to celebrate India's most beloved deity, Ganesha, the Elephant-headed god: August 21, 22, and 23.”
“On August 21st, a special fire ritual homa, will be performed for "Bala Vidya Ganesha: a childlike, innocent form of Ganesha who brings us energies of abundance and joy.”
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words originally derived from persian that have made it to english sometimes with several stops in intermediate languages
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