A person of the highest or sacerdotal caste among the Hindus.
a person from an old, respected, and usually wealthy family who has considerable social or political influence; -- a term used especially in New England; as, a Boston brahmin.
(BRAH-mahn): the Vedic name for the Emperor; usually the Vedic people and the Fighting Tigers refer to him as the Sleeping Emperor Whose Dream Shapes the Universe. Unlike other Space Marine Chapters, Fighting Tigers worship the Emperor as a god, served by the Vedic gods (of which there are thousands). Indeed, the Tigers believe that everything--the physical universe, the Warp, all of reality and even time itself--is a long, elaborate dream of the Brahman, a dream from which someday he shall awaken. When he does, everything except himself will cease to exist. The Emperor will then fall asleep again, dream again, and (by dreaming) create a new reality.
any of several breeds of Indian cattle; especially a large American heat and tick resistant grayish humped breed evolved in the Gulf States by interbreeding Indian cattle and now used chiefly for crossbreeding
A breed of cattle widely used for cross breeding in northern Australia. They have a special tolerance to heat and drought and are also somewhat tick-resistant, unlike more temperate breeds.
The Brahman breed of cattle originated from the Bos indicus cattle originally brought to the US from India and Brazil. The principal breed was the Kankrej, called Guzerat in Brazil. Also used were the Nelore or Ongole and the Gir or Gyr.