badahan type

badahan type (bä·dä·hän tīp),

n in Tibetan medicine, a unique psychosomatic set of characteristics; on a physical level, a person possessing this set of characteristics will have a figure that is apt to be overweight; a muscular, short-size neck; a wide, overdeveloped chest; firm, broad shoulders; large-sized abdomen; disproportionately short legs and arms; large-sized feet and hands; large-sized, broad, white nails; and smooth, moist, thick, and pale-colored skin. On a psychological level, the person possesses a sense of compassion, love, stability, a pleasing personality, and strong listening abilities. See also chi type and schara type.