Definitions for naam
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The act or process of taking property for the purpose of compensation.
Goods taken in such a manner
Origin: From nám, from Old Norse nám, from nemanan, probably from nem-.
Nāma is the Sanskrit for "name". Spiritually, it is the principal method or tool of meditation, which is meant to unite the soul with the Supreme Soul. It is believed that God existed before the creation of the universe. The name of God is therefore beyond the language structure created by mankind. The Nām meaning the name is the internal rhythm, the internal sound that a man experiences, the true name of God, and thus ultimate Japa, as it is called in Hinduism, or Jaap in Sikhism. In Thai naam can also mean water, though this is pronounced and spelled differently from naam which is used—directly from Pali/Sanskrit—to mean 'name' or 'noun'.
Translations for naam
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a word by which a person, place or thing is called
My name is Rachel; She knows all the flowers by name.
- nomePortuguese (BR)
- jméno, názevCzech
- der NameGerman
- שֵׁם, כִּינוּיHebrew
- ime, nazivCroatian
- 이름, 성명Korean
- vardas (ir pavardė), pavardė, pavadinimasLithuanian
- imię, nazwisko, nazwaPolish
- имя; названиеRussian
- meno, názovSlovak
- ad, isimTurkish
- 名字，名稱Chinese (Trad.)
- 名字，名称Chinese (Simp.)
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