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Etymology

From Sanskrit सूत्र (sū́tra), thread, yarn, string; rule).

Pronunciation

  • IPA: /ˈsuːtrə/

Noun

Singular
sutra

Plural
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  1. A rule or thesis in Sanskrit grammar or Hindu law or philosophy.
  2. (Buddhism, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) A scriptural narrative, especially a discourse of the Buddha.

Translations


Bosnian

Etymology

Compound of s and utro (see jutro).

Adverb

sutra

  1. tomorrow

Croatian

Etymology

Compound of s and utro (see jutro).

Adverb

sutra

  1. tomorrow

Lojban

Root

sutra

  1. to be fast; x1 is fast/swift/quick/hasty at doing/being/bringing about x2

Norwegian

Etymology 1

From Sanskrit सूत्र (sūtra), thread, rule).

Noun

sutra m. (definite singular sutraen; indefinite plural sutraer; definite plural sutraene)

  1. (Buddhism, Template loop detected: Template:context 1) sutra

Etymology 2

see sutre

Verb

sutra

  1. Past tense of sutre.
  2. Past participle of sutre.

Serbian

Etymology

Compound of s and utro (see jutro).

Adverb

sutra

  1. tomorrow

Cyrillic spelling

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