One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A traditional Indian greeting or gesture of respect, made by bringing the palms together before the face or chest and bowing.as exclamation ‘‘Namaskar Laxmanji!’’
inclination, obeisance, nod, curtsy, bob, salaam, salutationView synonyms
- ‘And as we parted, with a goodbye, a clasp of hands, a namaskar - I felt we had made a connection.’
- ‘Tamils use the typical Hindu namaskar, the joining of the palms of the hands in front of the body, to say hello as well as good-bye.’
- ‘Returning the namaskar Vishakhsen said, ‘Oho how fortunate that on this difficult path I could meet my dear friend.’’
- ‘The mahout bowed to the Goddess, hands arched in the gesture of namaskar, then began circling the shrine followed by the cymbal-clashers and the trumpet blowers.’
- ‘When a person says and does namaskar he is saying ‘I salute the divine qualities in you’.’
Via Hindi from Sanskrit namaskāra, from namas ‘bowing’ + kāra ‘action’.
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