Aarm: 1 definition
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Ambiguity: Although Aarm has separate glossary definitions below, it also represents an alternative spelling of the word Atma.
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Hindi dictionarySource: DDSA: A practical Hindi-English dictionary
Aarm in Hindi refers in English to:—(nm) self; (a) pertaining to self, one’s own, personal; ~[katha] autobiography; ~[kalyana] one’s own good; ~[kemdrita] self-centred; ~[gata] subjective; inner; ~[gaurava] self-respect; ~[ghata] suicide; ~[ghataka/ghati] suicidal, self-defeating; a self-murderer; ~[carita] an autobiography; ~[caritatmaka] autobiographical; ~[calita] automatic; ~[cimtana] self-contemplation; ~[ja/jata] a son; ~[ja] a daughter; ~[jnana] self-realisation, self-knowledge; ~[tattva] the true nature of the soul or Supreme Spirit; ~[tushta] self-gratified; ~[tushti] self-satisfaction; ~[tripta] fulfilled, gratified, self-satisfied; ~[tripti] self-satisfaction; self-fulfilment; -[tyaga] self-sacrifice; self-denial; ~[tyagi] one who has made sacrifices; ~[dana] self-sacrifice; ~[daha] self-immolation; ~[droha] revolt against self; ~[nimda] self-condemnation; -[niyamtrana] self-restraint, self-control; -[nirikshana] introspection; -[nirnaya] self-determination; ~[nirbhara] self-sufficient, self-reliant; •[ta] self-reliance, self-sufficiency; ~[nivedana] offering oneself to a deity; self-communication; ~[nishtha] subjective;-[pradarshana] self-display; -[prashamsa] self-praise; -[bala] spiritual force, psychic force; -[balidana] self-sacrifice; ~[bodha] see ~[jnana; ~bhava] the self, proper or peculiar nature;-[mamthana] a deep introspection and analysis of one’s inner self; ~[moha] narcissism; -[raksha] self-defence, self-preservation; -[rati] self-love, amour-propre; -[vamcana] self-deception, self-deceit; -[vadha] suicide; ~[vada] spiritualism; ~[vadi] spiritualist; spiritualistic; -[vijaya] self-conquest; -[vidya] metaphysics; -[vishvasa] self-confidence; ~[vishvasi] self-confident; -[vismriti] self-oblivion; -[shasana] self-rule; -[shlagha/stuti] self-praise; -[samtosha] self-satisfaction;-[samgharsha] self-conflict: -[samyama] self-control, self-possession; -[samarpana] surrender (of oneself); -[sammana] self-respect, self-regard; -[sammoha] self-delusion; -[sakshatkara] self-realisation; ~[sat] assimilated; •[karana] to assimilate;-[sadhana] self-realisation; •[vada] self-realisationism; ~[siddhi] self-realisation; -[svikriti] confession; ~[hatya/hanana/himsa] suicide, self-killing; -[hita] self-interest..—aarm (आत्म) is alternatively transliterated as Ātma.
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