Hindu Myth. the god of love
Origin of KamaSanskrit kāma, desire, love, god of love ; from Indo-European an unverified form kang- ; from base an unverified form ka-, to desire from source whore, Classical Latin carus, dear
river in European Russia, flowing from the Urals southwest into the Volga: 1,262 mi (2,031 km)
The god of love.
Origin of KamaSanskrit kāma&hlowdot;, love, desire, Kama; see kā- in Indo-European roots.
A river of west-central Russia rising west of the Ural Mountains and flowing about 2,030 km (1,260 mi) to the Volga River. It is the chief tributary of the Volga.
(plural kama or kamas)
- A sickle-like weapon, originally used as a tool for cutting weeds.
From Japanese 鎌 (kama, “sickle, scythe”).
From Russian Кама (Káma).
- (religion, Hinduism) The Hindu god of love.
From Sanskrit काम (kām, “love”).