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Thero is sometimes a misspelling of thorough.


Thero is an honorific term for higher ordained Buddhist monks in the Buddhist monastic order. The feminine term, Theri is used for higher ordained Buddhist nuns. The Pāli language term Thera translates to English as 'elder and venerable'. These terms which are used at the end of a monk or a nun's other names, are useful to distinguish Buddhist monastics from the lay people, who keep five precepts. The term Mahathera is used sometimes to refer most elderly and venerable monks, who have reached a higher level of spiritual development. Usage of these terms varies according to the Buddhist tradition and culture. In Sri Lankan Theravada Buddhist tradition, these terms are widely used.

Phrases with Thero

  1. Phasis Thero
  2. Junonia Thero
  3. Species Phasis Thero
  4. Junonia Hedonia Thero
  5. Species Junonia Thero

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Google previewWater-cure Journal (1867)

" Without any philosophical insight, and merely from general experience, thero is an impression, and there has beon for ...

Google previewThe Mechanics' Magazine and Journal of Science, Arts, and Manufactures (1872)

broad, its side windows look nearly north and south, and over tho lecture tablo thero is a glass- covorod turret, or louvro, the top of which is 40 ft. from tho floor. Tho windows of the room aro ...

Google previewThe Complete Grazier (1808)

Or, Farmer and Cattle-dealer's Assistent ; Ogether with an Introductory View of the Different Breeds of Neat Cattle, Sheep, Horses, and Swine; and Also an Appendix on the Sheperd's Dog, Horses, Asses, Mules, Poultry, Rabbits, Bees, and on the Improvement of British Woll by Thomas Hartwell Horne

Thus, suppose thero is a piece of ground lying contiguous to, and somewhat lower than the river; some Mater being conveyed from the river to the higher parts of the land, will show where a carrier is to be cut, for conducting the water from the ...

Google previewTribune Popular Science (1874)

For althongh there is a passive effect ohtained, a passivity prodnoed in the heart, thero is an activity la the nerves that go to the heart to prodnco that cessation. Thero is an infinenee npon certain parts of tho heart helonging to the nervon* ...

Google previewThe Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United (1812)

Thero is a multitude of Proyerbs, in every language which amount to this. Whence should such 30.2 R}Ec. On Human Desiravity.

Google previewThe Leisure Hour (1867)

An Illustrated Magazine for Home Reading

Thero is a very interesting volume, published a few years ago, in anticipation of a visit of the British Association to Dundee, which contains all that is needful to bo known. The old church is locally asserted, and that stoutly too, to 1)0 of the date ...

Google previewThe Bible dictionary (1875)

Mosul thero are two largo mounds, and sundry other important traces of ruins , enclosed within what is, no doubt, a lino of wall, sovon miles and a-half in extent : on tho north, this wall is ono mile and C73 yards ; on the south, it is only about ...

Google previewThe Standard-phonographic Dictionary (1862)

by Andrew Jackson Graham

There thero have (or There, therefore), DhordherP. There there has (or is), Dherdhers9. There there seems to be, Dhexdher2- Sems-Bee. There there was, Dherdher3 -Zee. There there will be, Dberdher2-Lay- Bee. See There <//f, etc There ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Religion (1887)

An Encyclopedia of Christian and Other Religious Doctrines, Denominations, Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Terms, History, Biography, Etc., Etc by William Benham

Thero still remained considerable freedom as to tho prayers to ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1890)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature

Thero is also a public park called the Town Relt. To supplement the water supply from two largo reservoir* at Polbill's Gully, an aqueduct has lately been constructed from the Wainuiomata river, 1C miles distant, at an expense of £ 130.000.



Thero are six classes of ...

Google previewchambers's encyclopedia (1874)

by william and robert

Thero are fine grazing-lands in the low hills of the north, where tho AUeghanics terminate, and the long flat valleys between them are extremely rich. Tho central part is a great, broken, and swelling prairie, remarkably fertile ; while tho southern ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Pali Language (1872)

2: NIB-Z by Robert Caesar Childers

“Paticcakammami n' atthíti kiliffham cetanam viná” thero bodhesi rājānam, the thera informed the king, ...

Google previewA Dictionary in English and Latine ... Recognized by Dr. Evans ... and then by W. Clerk. And now at this last impression enlarged, etc (1634)

Ä thero make dzie as ner. " .“ Äroso.“Ä Abottle of Hap, FasciculussÄ - Ä accious 3.

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