Kha Terms

Kha is a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet with a numeric value of 600 and corresponding to the Greek letter Chi and the Hebrew Mem. Kha is also a letter of the Arabic alphabet with a numeric value of 600. According to the science of the secrets of letters the ‘kha’ represents number six hundred and belongs to the element earth. In the esoteric literature of the Sufi brotherhoods it symbolizes the eternal good (khayr daa’im) Cited from Website Chishti. In Egyptian hieroglyphs the bilateral that combines Kh (placenta) + A (vulture) = Kha Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary 1 the second consonant of the alphabet (being the aspirate of the preceding consonant ; often in MSS. and Inscr. confounded with {Sa}). 2. kha 2 m. the sun 3 kha 3 n. ({khan}) a cavity , hollow , cave , cavern , aperture an aperture of the human body (of which there are nine , viz. the mouth , the two ears , the two eyes , the two nostrils , and the organs of excretion and generation) (hence) an organ of sense (in anat.) the glottis the hole made by an arrow , wound the hole in the nave of a wheel through which the axis runs vacuity , empty space , air , ether , sky heaven Brahma (the Supreme Spirit) (in arithm.) a cypher the Anusvara represented by a circle ({bindu} N. of the tenth astrological mansion talc a city a field happiness (a meaning derived fr. {su-kha} , {duH-kha}) action understanding ({A4}) f. a fountain , well ({khAmRtasya}) , cf. Zend {aSahekhAo}) [cf. Gk.; {halo}.]