Origin of bo treeSinhalese bo from Pali bodhi from bodhi-taru from bodhi, wisdom, enlightenment from Sanskrit budh (see Buddha) + taru, tree
bo treebo tree
The leaves of the bo tree.
The definition of bo tree is the sacred tree of Buddhists.
An example of a bo tree is the type under which Gautama was inspired by the heavens.
the sacred fig tree ( peepul) of Buddhism: Gautama is believed to have received heavenly inspiration under such a tree
Origin of bo treePartial translation of Sinhalese bo-gaha tree of wisdom (because it was the tree under which the Buddha was enlightened) bo wisdom ( from Pali bodhi ) ( from Sanskrit bodhih enlightenment ; see bheudh- in Indo-European roots.) gaha tree
- The city also contains a sacred Bo-tree, which is said to date back to the year 245 B.C. The railway was extended from Matale to Anuradhapura in 1905.