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What does the term budda mean?

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Answered 2009-11-25 23:10:25

Sanskrit for "Awakened"...meaning a Buddha is one who is Awake. When you see "The Buddha", they are referring to the historical founder of Buddhism, Gautama Buddha. ~ Eric Putkonen

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