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amrita

or am·ree·ta

[ uhm-ree-tuh ]
/ əmˈri tə /
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noun Hindu Mythology.
the beverage of immortality.
the immortality conferred by this beverage.
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Origin of amrita

1800–10; <Sanskrit, equivalent to a- not (see a-6) + mṛta dead (mṛ die + -ta verbid suffix); akin to Greek ámbrotosimmortal
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British Dictionary definitions for amrita

amrita

amreeta

/ (æmˈriːtə) /

noun Hindu myth
the ambrosia of the gods that bestows immortality
the immortality it confers

Word Origin for amrita

from Sanskrit amrta immortal, from a- without + mrta death
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