Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The lamina terminalis, or terminal lamina, of the brain; a thin lamina between the præcommissura and the chiasma, constituting a part of the boundary of the aula. See cut under sulcus.
- n. anatomy The terminal lamina, or thin ventral part, of the anterior wall of the third ventricle of the brain.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Anat.) The terminal lamina, or thin ventral part, of the anterior wall of the third ventricle of the brain.
“Seeing that the times were not ripe, he buried some texts as buried treasure texts (gter-ma, "terma").”
“As in, these wreckerators should be terma-nated from their current positions.”
“The shorter near lineage (nye-brgyud) of treasure texts (gter-ma, “terma”) comprises texts planted either in a physical location (sa-gter), such as inside a pillar of a temple, or in the minds of disciples (dgongs-gter).”
“Rechungpa hid these teachings as a treasure text (gter-ma, “terma”).”
“Later generations of masters uncovered them as treasure-texts (terma, gter-ma).”
“Later, he concealed The Furthest Everlasting Continuum and Differentiating Phenomena and Their Actual Nature as hidden treasure texts (terma).”
“[153: 1] [Greek: epi to terma tês duseôs] -- Epist. to the Corinthians v. Clement in the same place mentions that Paul was seven times in bonds.”
“Friends noticed, too, his fascination with terma, tiny texts in shell-like casings that were buried and dug up again to speak wisdom to later generations, and drew joking parallels with Joseph Smith's discovery of the”
“The terma biographies are rich literature written in allusive, metaphorical language.”
“Namkhai Nyingpo but revealed as terma by Taksam; the fragments of biography and works of”
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