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Possible Answers: MARA.
Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 7 Apr 19, Sunday
Random information on the term “MARA”:
Mara (Sanskrit: मार, Māra; traditional Chinese: 天魔/魔羅; simplified Chinese: 天魔/魔罗; pinyin: Tiānmó/Móluó; Tibetan Wylie: bdud; Khmer: មារ; Burmese: မာရ်နတ်; Thai: มาร; Sinhalese: මාරයා), in Buddhism, is the demon that tempted Prince Siddhartha (Gautama Buddha) by trying to seduce him with the vision of beautiful women who, in various legends, are often said to be Mara’s daughters. In Buddhist cosmology, Mara is associated with death, rebirth and desire. Nyanaponika Thera has described Mara as “the personification of the forces antagonistic to enlightenment.”
The word “Māra” comes from the Sanskrit form of the verbal root mṛ. It takes a present indicative form mṛyate and a causative form mārayati (with strengthening of the root vowel from ṛ to ār). Māra is a verbal noun from the causative root and means ‘causing death’ or ‘killing’. It is related to other words for death from the same root, such as: maraṇa and mṛtyu. The latter is a name for death personified and is sometimes identified with Yama. The root mṛ is related to the Indo-European verbal root *mer meaning “die, disappear” in the context of “death, murder or destruction”. It is “very wide-spread” in Indo-European languages suggesting it to be of great antiquity, according to Mallory and Adams.