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haoma

[ hou-muh ]
/ ˈhaʊ mə /
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noun
a leafless vine, Sarcostemma acidum, of eastern India, yielding a sour, milky juice.
Also homa. Zoroastrianism.
  1. a sacramental drink prepared with the juice of the haoma plant, milk, and water.
  2. (initial capital letter) a god personifying this sacred drink.
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Origin of haoma

1885–90; <Avestan; cognate with soma2

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