Definition of Kegon
: a sect of Japanese Buddhism originating in the 8th century and teaching the unreality of phenomenal antitheses and the ultimate unity of all reality in and through the Buddha
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Origin and Etymology of kegon
Japanese, from ke lotus + gon glory
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