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enlightened being in Buddhism, either having attained the final stage of enlightment (Theravada) or not yet having reached Buddhahood (Mahayana)
English: The term Arhat (Sanskrit) or Arahant (Pali) is conventionally used to refer to Buddhist practitioners who become enlightened by realizing the Dharma as a disciple of a Supreme Buddha, rather than discovering it independently.
日本語: 阿羅漢
Português: Os termos aharant (páli) e arhat (sânscrito) significam "digno" e designam os monges budistas que já teriam, supostamente, alcançado a iluminação espiritual.