suomi-englanti sanakirja

kama|s englanniksi

  1. A sickle-like weapon, originally used as a tool for cutting weeds.

  2. The act or process of wishing; longing, desire (with or without sexual connotations); ''one of the goals of life in Hindu tradition''.

  3. 1958, V. Raghavan ''Chapter XII: Kāma, The Third End of Man'', Stephen N Hay, William Theodore De Bary (editors), ''Sources of Indian Tradition'', Volume 2, page 258,

  4. The place of kāma or the pursuit of love and pleasure in the balanced Hindu scheme of life derives from the importance attached to the life of the married householder (''grhastha'').
  5. 2006, ''Indian Erotology'', article in Alan Soble (editor), ''Sex from Plato to Paglia: A Philosophical Encyclopedia'', Volume 1: A-L, page 493,

  6. Ancient Indian thought divides the principal aims of human existence into ''dharma'' (religion, morality, social obligations), ''artha'' (economics, politics, power), and ''kāma'' (erotic pleasure, sexual interaction, sexual gratification).
  7. room (gloss)

  8. bed

  9. (syn)

  10. to milk

  11. which way, which direction

  12. kama (gl)

  13. stuff, things

  14. (ngd)

  15. (rfex)

  16. stuff (gloss)

  17. (ux)

  18. product (gloss)

  19. (qualifier) to burn

  20. love, especially sexual love or sensuality.

  21. personification of love or desire as deity.

  22. to come

  23. (ja-romanization of)

  24. orange; tangerine

  25. water

  26. breastplate

  27. bed, cot

  28. breast

  29. human

  30. man

  31. person

  32. (l)

  33. a kind of dagger

  34. one of the four main goals of the material existence

  35. as

  36. if

  37. (c) wedge

  38. (c) dagger

  39. to brush hair