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anatta

[uhn-uh t-tah] /ˈʌn ətˌtɑ/
noun, Buddhism.
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the doctrine asserting the nonexistence of a personal and immortal soul. Sanskrit, anatman.
Origin of anatta
< Pali: literally, breathless
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