Hara


Hara

The word Hara can refer to:

General Meanings:
*A Japanese martial art term, equivalent to the Dantian in Traditional Chinese medicine, a name for the center of being. See Hara (Martial Arts).
*A Biblical name; see Hara (Bible).
*Harā Bərəzaitī, a legendary mountain in Persian mythology
*A Romanian pop-band named Hara.
*Hara Island, an Estonian island in the Baltic Sea.
*Hara, Nagano, a village in Japan.
*Dzyarzhynskaya Hara, the highest point in Belarus
*A Greek word and name meaning joy
*The Hawai'i Academy of Recording Arts
*In Maltese, Hara is the word used for feces.

Within Hinduism:
*"Hara" as a name of the Hindu deity Shiva (see also Harihara)
*"Hara" as a name of the feminine aspect of God (Ishvara), known as Shakti
*"Hara" as a name of Krishna's paramour, known as Radharani
*"Hara" in the vocative form becomes Hare, as in the Hare Krishna mantra

People with the surname Hara
*Hara Takashi (原敬) (1856 – 1921), 19th Prime Minister of Japan
*Yuko Hara (原由子) (born 1956), keyboard player for Southern All Stars
*Hara Toratane (1497-1564) and Hara Masatane (died 1575), generals under Takeda Shingen
*Hiroshi Hara (原広司) (born 1936), Japanese architect and author on architecture
*Hiromi Hara (原 博実) (born 1958), Japanese ex-soccer player and former manager of F.C. Tokyo
*Eriko Hara, Japanese voice actress
*Yoshimichi Hara, baron, representative of Emperor Hirohito during World War II
*Kenzaburo Hara (原健三郎) (1907 - 2004), Former House of Representatives Speaker
*Hara Nagayori (原長頼) (died 1600), officer under the Oda clan
*Hara Setsuko (原節子) (born 1920), Japanese actress

See also the Irish surname O'Hara


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  • HARA S. — HARA S. HARA SATOSHI (1856 1921) Homme d’État japonais. Appartenant à une famille de conseillers seigneuriaux du nord du Japon, Hara Satoshi fit tellement bien oublier ses origines nobiliaires par la suite qu’on l’appela «ministre issu du peuple» …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • hara — HÁRA: hara para adv. În neorânduială. ♢ A face hara para a) a produce dezordine; b) a face un lucru de mântuială. /Onomat. Trimis de siveco, 22.08.2004. Sursa: NODEX  hára interj. – Exprimă mîrîitul cîinelui, ca şi ideea de a sfîşia. Creaţie… …   Dicționar Român

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  • haraþa- — *haraþa , *haraþaz germ., stark. Maskulinum (a): Verweis: s. *hard s. hard ; …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • Hara — Hara, 1) (a. Geogr.), Landschaft in Assyrien, wohin ein Theil von Israel von Phul u. Tiglatpilesar ins Exil geführt wurde; 2) (n. Geogr.), s. Haram 2) …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • hara — sual əvəz. 1. Hansı yer, hansı məkan, yaxud hansı istiqamət, hansı tərəf. Kitabları hara qoydu? Stulu hara apardın? – <Sevil Gülüşə:> Balaşdan soruşmamış hara gedə bilərəm? C. C.. <Gülsənəm:> Ağa, bu qabları hara düzəcəyik? H. N.. 2.… …   Azərbaycan dilinin izahlı lüğəti

  • Hara — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Hara peut être : Hara, 原, Hara, patronyme japonais ; Hara, 原村, Hara mura, village de la préfecture de Nagano au Japon ; Hara, localité en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • hara — (as used in expressions) hara kiri Hara Kei Hara Takashi * * * …   Universalium

  • hara — am·hara; sha·hara; ten·e·te·hara; …   English syllables


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