Definitions

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  • noun A common transliteration of , the sacred syllable in Hinduism.

Etymologies

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From Sanskrit .

Examples

  • * See Vastu Living: Creating a Home for the Soul for a full explanation of the significance and symbolism attached to the word aum and each of its letters.

    The Power of Vastu Living

  • The sound is identified with a sacred word: in Hinduism the word is aum and in Buddhism, it is om.

    The Power of Vastu Living

  • That can mean simply repeating the word "aum" or "om" three or so times.

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  • That can mean simply repeating the word "aum" or "om" three or so times.

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  • * Assets under management ( 'aum') at 30 September 2009 up 27% at US$1. 9BN

    FinanzNachrichten.de: Aktuelle Nachrichten

  • Melody gradually emerges from the chaos - all the while, a sustained low D, the eternal 'aum', the sound of creation, pervades the whole piece.

    BBC Blog Network

  • Comments (3) 3 Responses to “The Biscuit House by aum

    The Biscuit House by aum

  • Happily, in the merry company of some beautiful knitters, I was able to say bon courage — aum aum aum, rip, and recover.

    Extra-muros

  • Happily, in the merry company of some beautiful knitters, I was able to say bon courage — aum aum aum, rip, and recover.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • French architectural firm aum designed the Biscuit House.

    The Biscuit House by aum

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  • WeirdNet has in mind Aum Shinrikyo; on its own Aum/Om is �?, a term of art in Indian religious traditions.

    December 1, 2008