The mixture of water and wine used in the eucharist, especially by the Greek and Roman Catholic churches. See krasis.(noun)
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Use "krama" in a sentence
"God is letting her have her krama before being a hypocrite."
"A couple of weeks ago, the Sunday New York Times ran an article in the travel section about gay hot spots in Cambodia: "... men in their 30s and 40s wearing unbuttoned collared shirts and checkered krama scarves sipped fruity cocktails and jostled for space with the young Khmer crowd.""
"Here, the idea is that grosser and "lower" structures are to be "dissolved" in "higher," more subtle structures of being in a process known as "laya-krama" krama means gradual or incremental."