Yoga, Jainism. the vital principle.
Yoga. one of five vital breaths moving in the body.
Origin of prana
First recorded in 1820–30, prana is from the Sanskrit word prāṇa breath
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Examples from the Web for prana
Historical Examples of prana
Because I was alone on Prana Beach, between the sea and the swamp.
Prisoner on Prana Beach will share treasure with rescuing party.
I landed on Prana Beach because I'd heard—but it wasn't so and it doesn't matter.
But the Prana Beach one didn't show itself that first night.
I think I said that Prana is on the west coast, and that may have misled you.
British Dictionary definitions for prana
(in Oriental medicine, martial arts, etc) cosmic energy believed to come from the sun and connecting the elements of the universe
Word Origin for prana
from Sanskrit, literally: life-force
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