Definition of Buddhas
1. Noun. (plural of Buddha) ¹
2. Noun. (plural of buddha) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Buddhas
1. buddha [n] - See also: buddha
Lexicographical Neighbors of Buddhas
buddhas (current term)
|budding and appendaged bacteria|
Literary usage of Buddhas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1897)
"Thus there is a succession of "living buddhas'" and the name "Buddha" is given to teacher after teacher. Schlagintweit writes : To each human Buddha belongs ..."
2. The Gospel of Buddha According to Old Records by Paul Carus (1895)
"C. THE PRAISE OF ALL THE buddhas. All the buddhas are wonderful and glorious. ... All the buddhas teach the same truth. The Truth points out the way to ..."
3. A Dictionary of the Päli Language by Robert Cæsar Childers (1875)
"Innumerable buddhas have already appeared, and of some of the last the names and ... The following are the names of the twenty-four buddhas who immediately ..."
4. Buddhism in Translations: Passages Selected from the Buddhist Sacred Books by Henry Clarke Warren (1900)
""All these aforetime buddhas were, Tranquil, from every passion free. And like the sun, the many-rayed, They chased away the darkness dense, ..."
5. The Gospel of Buddha by Paul Carus (1917)
"50 THE PRAISE OF ALL THE buddhas. All the buddhas are wonderful and glorious. ... All the buddhas teach the same truth. They point out the path to those who ..."
6. Nichiren, the Buddhist Prophet by Masaharu Anesaki (1916)
"It is entitled, " The Testimony Common to all the buddhas of the Three Ages." J We reproduce the essay in extract. It is said in the chapter on Tactfulness ..."
7. Buddhism in Tibet: Illustrated by Literary Documents and Objects of by Emil Schlagintweit (1863)
"... the buddhas and Bodhisattvas for the purpose of spreading the right understanding amongst animated beings. It is certainly not accidental that none of ..."
8. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"When I had heard The Buddha's speech, And what the worlds ten thousand said, Well-pleased, delighted, overjoyed, I thus reflected to myself: " The buddhas ..."