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Panchen Lama

[ pahn-chen ]
/ ˈpɑn tʃɛn /
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noun

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Also called Pan·chen Rim·po·che [rim-poh-chey]. /rɪmˈpoʊ tʃeɪ/.

Origin of Panchen Lama

1785–95; panchen<Chinese bānchán, transliteration of Sanskrit paṇḍita;see pundit
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British Dictionary definitions for Panchen Lama

Panchen Lama
/ (ˈpɑːntʃən) /

noun

one of the two Grand Lamas of Tibet, ranking below the Dalai LamaAlso called: Tashi Lama

Word Origin for Panchen Lama

from Tibetan panchen, literally: great jewel, from the title of the lama (in full: great jewel among scholars)
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