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Synonyms for brahman

a member of a social and cultural elite (especially a descendant of an old New England family)

a member of the highest of the four Hindu varnas

the highest of the four varnas: the priestly or sacerdotal category


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any of several breeds of Indian cattle

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Nambiar quotes Yajnavalkya, a Rishi, attached to the court of King Janaka, to explain Ndabrahmam: "The word is the body of Brahmam and its abode is the sky.
She transported her fans to a new world when she sang the traditional number Thye Yashodha in rg thodi and after intermission sang the very popular Kannada song - Krshna nee begane baro -and then the popular Telugu number Brahmam okate.
Laxmaiah A, Rao M, Harikumar R, ArlappaN, Venkaiah K, Brahmam GNV.
Nagaraja, Director, National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS), Bangalore, and Dr GNV Brahmam, NIN, Hyderabad for their help and support, and also Director, Directorate of Health Services, A&N Health Services.
Brahmam, Scientist F, National Institute of Nutrition (NIN), Hyderabad, participated in the WHO Consultation on the Dietary Management of Moderate Malnutrition at Geneva (September 30-October 3, 2008).
Narayanan; production designers, Babu Rao Murugula, Nagulu Busigampala, Krishna Bolagani, Brahmam Atigadda, Sati Devi Tacchota, Krishna Garlapati; costume designers, Sati Devi Tacchota, Brahmam Atigadda; dance director, Srinivas Devarakonda; sound (Dolby Digital), Scott Greenhaw, Murali; line producers, Sarju Patel, Vijay Santosh.
Inflow's customer service remains phenomenal," said Manu Brahmam, manager of MIS for DDI.
Arlappa N, Laxmaiah A, Balakrishna N and GNV Brahmam Consumption pattern of pulses, vegetables and nutrients among rural population in India.
Rao K M, Balakrishna N, Laxmaiah A, Venkaiah K and Brahmam GNV, Diet and nutritional status of adolescent tribal population in nine States of India Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 2006;15 (1):64-71.