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- n. Plural form of Thibetian.
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The great god of Egypt was Neph or Num; the chief god of the Samoyedes is Num; and Max Müller established an identity between the Num of the Samoyedes and the god Yum-ala of the Finns, and probably with the name of the god Nam of the Thibetians.
And these four rivers, as we have seen, we find in the Scandinavian traditions, and in the legends of the Chinese, the Tartars, the Singhalese, the Thibetians, the
Thibetians, 'the everlasting dwelling-place of the wise and just.'
Thibetians; its possession was at one time claimed by the Dalai Lama, or
In Asia they are found among the Tartars, Persians, Buchanans, and Thibetians.
The Thibetians and Chinese believe that God is incarnate in the person of the Grand Lama.