Origin of atman
Examples from the Web for atma
Are they going to start something now that will get Atma in jail?Plays|Susan Glaspell
In a frenzy I broke my way through the attendants, and rushed through hall and corridor to my Atma's chamber.The Captain of the Pole-Star and Other Tales|Arthur Conan Doyle
In Sanscrit that eternal part is called by many names, but the best seems that used in this passage, Atma.Thoughts on Life and Religion|Friedrich Max Mller
Word Origin for atman
1785, from Sanskrit atma "essence, breath, soul," from PIE *etmen "breath" (a root found in Sanskrit and Germanic, cf. Old English æðm, Dutch adem, Old High German atum "breath," Old English eþian, Dutch ademen "to breathe").