Definition of "krama" []

  • The mixture of water and wine used in the eucharist, especially by the Greek and Roman Catholic churches. See krasis. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

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."