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tulasi

, tulsi (too-lah'se, tul'a-, tul'a) (tul'se, tul') [Sanskrit, tulasi, tulsi, incomparable (epithet of the goddess Lakshmi)] See: holy basil
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Holy basil (Ocimum sanctum) is also referred to as tulasi or tulsi, which translates in Sanskrit to "that which is incomparable.