Slang Of The Day: Namaste
Namaste means I bow to the divine in you.
The Full Answer
Namaste is a term that derived from the ancient language of Sanskrit and means I bow to the divine in you.
It originated in the Indian Subcontinent but is now known and used throughout the world, largely due to its use in yoga.
Namaste is usually spoken with a slight bow and hands together, palms touching and fingers pointing upward, thumbs close to the chest.
It is used as a respectful form of greeting to welcome a relative, guest or stranger. It is also used with goodbyes.
Where Would You See And Hear Namaste?
In everyday speech… and yoga… and texting… and on social media, such as Facebook… and messaging apps, such as Snapchat.
Other Namaste Meanings
Nothing significant found.