Siddhartha

[si-dahr-tuh, -thuh]
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noun

an epithet of Buddha meaning “he who has attained his goal.”
(italics) a novel (1922) by Hermann Hesse.

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  • Futile were also the merchant's attempts, to convince Siddhartha that he should eat his bread.

    Siddhartha

    Herman Hesse

  • Then, Siddhartha knew that the game was over, that he could not play it any more.

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    Herman Hesse

  • Siddhartha never listened to Kamaswami's worries and Kamaswami had many worries.

    Siddhartha

    Herman Hesse

  • Siddhartha ate his own bread, or rather they both ate other people's bread, all people's bread.

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    Herman Hesse

  • Siddhartha thanked and accepted, and lived in the dealers house from now on.

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    Herman Hesse


British Dictionary definitions for siddhartha

Siddhartha

noun

the personal name of the Buddha
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