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Definitions of avatar in various dictionaries:
noun - a new personification of a familiar idea
noun - the manifestation of a Hindu deity (especially Vishnu) in human or superhuman or animal form
The incarnation of a Hindu deity, especially Vishnu, in human or animal form.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Rama, to Vishnu|
|Descent of a deity to earth|
|Embodiment of a god|
|1975 Belmont winner|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|Any incarnation of Vishnu|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A manifestation of a deity or released soul in bodily form on earth an incarnate divine teacher.|
|An icon or figure representing a particular person in a video game, Internet forum, etc.|
|the manifestation of a Hindu deity (especially Vishnu) in human or superhuman or animal form|
|a new personification of a familiar idea|
|The incarnation of a Hindu deity, especially Vishnu, in human or animal form.|
|An embodiment, as of a quality or concept an archetype: the very avatar of cunning.|
|A temporary manifestation or aspect of a continuing entity: occultism in its present avatar.|
|an image that represents you in online games, chat rooms, etc. and that you can move around the screen:|
|especially in Hinduism, a god who appears on earth as a person|
|An avatar (Sanskrit: , IAST: avatra), a concept in Hinduism that means "descent", refers to the material appearance or incarnation of a deity on earth. The relative verb to "alight, to make one's appearance" is sometimes used to refer to any guru or revered human being.The word avatar does not appear in the Vedic literature, but appears in verb forms in post-Vedic literature, and as a noun particularly in the Puranic literature after the 6th century CE. Despite that, the concept of an avatar is compatible with the content of the Vedic literature like the Upanishads as it is symbolic imagery of the Saguna Brahman concept in the philosophy of Hinduism. The Rigveda describes Indra as endowed with a mysterious power of assuming any form at will. The Bhagavad Gita expounds the doctrine of Avatara but with terms other than avatar.Theologically, the term is most often associated with the Hindu god Vishnu, though the idea has been applied to other deities. Varying lists of avatars of Vishnu ap|