noun, plural Brah·mans.Hinduism.
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OTHER WORDS FROM BrahmanBrah·man·ic [brah-man-ik], /brɑˈmæn ɪk/, Brah·man·i·cal, adjectivenon-Brah·man·ic, adjectivenon-Brah·man·i·cal, adjective
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A Brahman who has thus mortified his body by these modes is exalted into the divine essence.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
The candidate must now crawl through her hollow body three times, and thus is transformed into a Brahman.
A Brahman brings an idol of Vishnu and begins the marriage ceremony, standing before the plant.
Needless to say that, amongst Brahman women, marriage is not a question of free choice, and still less of affection.
The officiating Brahman tied their hands with some kus-kus grass, and led them three times round the altar.