英 [mə'hætmə; mə'hɑː-]
- mahatma (n.)
- 1884, literally "great-souled," from Sanskrit mahatman, from maha "great," from PIE root *meg- "great" (see magnate) + atman, "soul, principle of life," properly "breath" (see atman). In esoteric Buddhism, "a person of supernatural powers." In common use, as a title, a mark of love and respect. Said to have been applied to Gandhi (1869-1948) in 1915 by poet Rabrindranath Tagore.
- 1. the followers of Mahatma Gandhi
- 2. At this time, the Mahatma II is also being disbanded.
- 此时, Mahatma二世也正被驱散.
- 3. Mila has called this being " Mahatma II "
- Mila将这一存在体称之为 “ Mahatma二世 ”
- 4. Alas this being just like the original Mahatma is only a pawn of the false intervention.
- 5. The Mahatma appears as a wise and loving being of great wisdom and great light.
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