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Breath In the astral-vital organisms of living beings the breath is called prana, which also means "life." this is not limited to the respiratory functions, but includes what physiologists might call nerve currents operating in all parts of the body, of which the pulmonary diastole and systole is only a particular manifestation. Hatha yoga deals with the study and use of these functions, but before such aspects of the lower knowledge can be profitably or even safely used, the learner must have acquired self-mastery, stability, and disinterestedness of motive.The ceaseless alternate outflowing and inflowing of cosmic life or hierarchies of lives of the one manifest reality is called the great breath from its analogy to physiological breathing, which implies incessant alternating motion, expansion and contraction, of life, air, wind, or spirit. the sevenfold word symbolizing the logos is said to be the evolution of the breath. though the alternation of manvantara and pralaya conjoined are the great Breath, the alternating motion does not cease even during the long pralayic ages. breath is often used in the same sense as ray, wind, spirit, pneuma, to denote an active emanation which is at once active and passive, positive and negative, donative and receptive, the principle of polarity later in cosmic evolution becoming pronounced. An instance is when the divine breath incubates the waters of space, and worlds are produced. absolute perpetual motion is the breath of life of the one element, and is applied to fohat. In sanskrit it is expressed among other words by asu, the true root of asura (a living or spiritual being). to be continue "Breath2 "

vanity; breath; vapor  

breathreath (br&ebreve;th), n. [oe. breth, breeth, as. br&aemacr;? odor, scent, breath; cf. ohg. brādam steam, vapor, breath, g. brodem, and possibly e. brawn, and breed.] 1. the air inhaled and exhaled in respiration; air which, in the process of respiration, has parted with oxygen and has received carbonic acid, aqueous vapor, warmth, etc. melted as breath into the wind. 2. the act of breathing naturally or freely; the power or capacity to breathe freely; as, i am out of breath. 3. the power of respiration, and hence, life. ood. thou takest away their breath, they die. civ. 29. 4. time to breathe; respite; pause. give me some breath, some little pause. 5. a single respiration, or the time of making it; a single act; an instant. he smiles and he frowns in a breath. 6. fig.: that which gives or strengthens life. the earthquake voice of victory, to thee the breath of life. 7. a single word; the slightest effort; a trifle. a breath can make them, as a breath has made. 8. a very slight breeze; air in gentle motion. calm and unruffled as a summer's sea, when not a breath of wind flies o'er its surface. 9. fragrance; exhalation; odor; perfume. the breath of flowers. 10. gentle exercise, causing a quicker respiration. an after dinner's breath.   similar words(11) 

 in the same breath  to yield the breath  cogged breath sound  under the breath  under one`s breath  to take breath  infant`s-breath  to gather breath  take a breath  out of breath  to draw breath 

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Time to breathe; respite; pause.  

(n.)

The power of respiration, and hence, life.  

(n.)

The air inhaled and exhaled in respiration; air which, in the process of respiration, has parted with oxygen and has received carbonic acid, aqueous vapor, warmth, etc.  

(n.)

The act of breathing naturally or freely; the power or capacity to breathe freely; as, I am out of breath.  

(n.)

Gentle exercise, causing a quicker respiration.  

(n.)

Fragrance; exhalation; odor; perfume.  

(n.)

Fig.: that which gives or strengthens life.  

(n.)

A very slight breeze; air in gentle motion.  

(n.)

A single word; the slightest effort; a trifle.  

(n.)

A single respiration, or the time of making it; a single act; an instant.  

Noun1. the process of taking in and expelling air during breathing; "he took a deep breath and dived into the pool"; "he was fighting to his last breath" (hypernym) bodily process, body process, bodily function, activity (hyponym) exhalation, expiration, breathing out2. the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration; "his sour breath offended her" (hypernym) air (hyponym) halitus, exhalation3. a short respite (synonym) breather, breathing place, breathing space, breathing spell, breathing time (hypernym) respite, rest, relief, rest period4. an indirect suggestion; "not a breath of scandal ever touched her" (synonym) hint, intimation (hypernym) suggestion, proposition, proffer5. a slight movement of the air; "there wasn't a breath of air in the room" (hypernym) breeze, zephyr, gentle wind, air

      bertha      bather

anáil

Anadliad = n. breath, respiration

Anadlu = v. to breath

Anadlyn = n. m. a single breath

Anndl = n. the breath

Chwyth = n. a blast; breath

Diffyg anadl = shortness of breath

Gwynt = n. wind, breath

Gyrferthu = v. to breath out

Unlled = a. of one breath

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(offensive and derogatory) despicable person (imputing that one has performed fellatio)

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Breathing transports oxygen into the body and carbon dioxide out of the body. Aerobic organisms require oxygen to create energy via respiration, in the form of energy-rich molecules such as glucose. the medical term for normal relaxed breathing is eupnoea. organisms breathe to avoid death from asphyxiation.

Breath is a Japanese popular music duo. its members are Kanatsuki Takuya and Kikuchi Kazuhito. after the release of their best album in October 2005, they broke up.

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To come close to a person in your dreaming with a pure and sweet breath, commendable will be your conduct, and a profitable consummation of business deals will follow.Breath if fetid, indicates sickness and snares.Losing one's breath, denotes signal failure where success seemed assured.  

fear of wind.Also known as Anemophobia

fear of choking or being smotheredAlso known as Pnigerophobia

breath of Angels, premium blended scotch WhiskyBy: adelphi distillery Ltd. (Edinburgh, Scotland)

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Word analysis of breath

Length6
Vocalsbreath
Consonantsbreath
MD5dbd782e4fa150c6df2d8ce5926aa9cc1
SHA1a99a9c012ef73bd77dee8e33c2bc3c7ce1d2a237