Acariri, Acarīri, A-cariri: 1 definition

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Source: DDSA: University of Madras: Tamil Lexicon

Acarīri (அசரீரி) [a-carīri] noun < a-śarīrin.

1. Incorporeal being; சரீரமில்லாதது. [sariramillathathu.] (சிவஞானசித்தியார் சுபக்ஷம் [sivagnanasithiyar supagsham] 1, 38, ஞானப். [gnanap.])

2. Voice from heaven, utterance of an invisible speaker; ஆகாசவாணி. என்றது வானினிடத் தசரீரி [agasavani. enrathu vaninidath thasariri] (மகாபாரதம் புட்பவிதி [magaparatham pudpavithi] 79).

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Acarīri (அசரீரி) noun < a-śarīrin. (Jaina philosophy) Citta-paramēṣṭi, the perfected one; சித்த பரமேஷ்டி. அருக னசரீரி யாசிரியன் [sitha parameshdi. aruga nasariri yasiriyan] (திருக்கலம்பகம் [thirukkalambagam] 41).

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