Lamaist, n.Lamaistic, adj.
/lah"meuh iz'euhm/, n.
the Buddhism of Tibet and Mongolia, a Mahayana form including non-Buddhist Indian elements as well as elements of the preexisting Bön shamanism. Cf. Red Hats, Yellow Hats.
[1810-20; LAMA + -ISM]

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