n. A figure, made mostly of flour and butter, used in tantric rituals or as an offering in Tibetan Buddhism.
Tõrma may refer to several places in Estonia:
- Tõrma, Lääne-Viru County, village in Rakvere Parish, Lääne-Viru County
- Tõrma, Rapla County, village in Rapla Parish, Rapla County
Torma may refer to:
- Torma, Tibetan Buddhist ritual offering cake
Usage examples of "torma".
He exchanged an amused smile with Torma, his friend and most trusted brother-at-arms whilst Javros postured for the crowd.
With Torma in tow, he strode off towards the door, regretting his hastily spoken words.
Leaving Torma to guard his door, he strode on to the battlements and gazed up at the High Place.
Kavan shot Torma a warning look when he sucked in a scandalized breath.
Sickened by the turn of events Torma shook his head from side to side.
Sobered, Torma lowered the man to the ground and patted his shoulder in apology.
From around a corner Torma observed two guards with stunners at the ready.
Instead, Torma swung his leg over the hole and was lowered to where he crouched.
They were just as efficient at dispatching their captors as Torma was being.
There was a few anxious moments when Torma knelt to examine his lord, then he stood and spread wide his arms.
By the time Torma joined him, Kavan was spread-eagled against the ice, his feet balanced in two footholds.
Ordering Torma to wait outside, Kavan scrambled through the tunnel and into the cave.
When Torma dropped at his feet, Kavan stared down at him, a wry smile on his face.
But when he emerged on to the land, the unconscious body of Torma was no longer where it had been left.
Behind her, as silent as a cat, came Javros, who paused for a moment to relieve Torma of the stun-gun.