yaksha

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A yaksha statue guarding an entrance of the Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand

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From Sanskrit यक्ष (yakṣa).

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yaksha (plural yakshas)

  1. (Indian mythology) A kind of supernatural being; can be a malevolent demon or a beneficent tutelary deity.
  2. (Southeast Asia mythology) A kind of supernatural being, often depicted as having supernatural power, great strength, and frightening appearance; can be a malevolent demon or a beneficent tutelary deity.

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