Definitions for KAM
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Origin: From Celtic; compare jamb and Gaelic, Irish and Welsh cam.
Kam meaning deep extensive desire, uncontrolled longing, concupiscence, sensuality or lasciviousness is counted among the five cardinal sins or sinful propensities in Sikhism. In common usage, the term stands for excessive passion for sexual pleasure and it is in this sense that it is considered an evil in Sikhism. In Sikhism it is believed that Kaam can be overcome by being satisfied with the current moment. All 5 thieves can be overcome with selfless service and remembrance of God.
Translations for KAM
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a toothed instrument for separating or smoothing hair etc.
- pentePortuguese (BR)
- der KammGerman
- kambur, greiðaIcelandic
- ķemme; sukaLatvian
- kam; kardeNorwegian
- 梳Chinese (Trad.)
- cái lượcVietnamese
- 梳Chinese (Simp.)
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