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{{Dictkey|མགོན་པོ།}} ([[Wyl.]] ''mgon po'') ''n.'' {{Color|#808080|''Pron.:'' gönpo}}
 
{{Dictkey|མགོན་པོ།}} ([[Wyl.]] ''mgon po'') ''n.'' {{Color|#808080|''Pron.:'' gönpo}}
*  ''Skt.'' Mahākāla. Mahākāla, usually called simply མགོན་པོ་ in Tibetan rather than ནག་པོ་ཆེན་པོ་, which would be the literal translation of the Sanskrit. {{Context|[[:Category:Deities|Deities]]}}  
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*  ''Skt.'' Mahākāla. Mahākāla, usually called simply མགོན་པོ་ in Tibetan rather than ནག་པོ་ཆེན་པོ་, which would be the literal translation of the Sanskrit. {{Context|[[:Category:Buddhas and Deities|Deities]]}}  
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==Further Information==
 
==Further Information==
 
* [[Mahakala]]
 
* [[Mahakala]]
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[[Category:Tibetan-English Dictionary]]
 
[[Category:Tibetan-English Dictionary]]
 
[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]
 
[[Category: Buddhas and Deities]]

Latest revision as of 02:30, 2 February 2019

མགོན་པོ། (Wyl. mgon po) n. Pron.: gönpo

  • Skt. Mahākāla. Mahākāla, usually called simply མགོན་པོ་ in Tibetan rather than ནག་པོ་ཆེན་པོ་, which would be the literal translation of the Sanskrit. [Deities]

Further Information