MEANING: noun: A member of the upper class, having wealth, social status, and political power.

ETYMOLOGY: From Sanskrit brahmin, a member of the priestly class, the highest of the four classes, from Brahma, the creator of the universe in Hinduism. Earliest documented use: 1481.

CRAHMIN - what you'll find Harvard students doing if they've left all their course work undone until the day before the final exam

BROHMIN - third lightest halogen, Atomic No. 35

BRAHMSIN - an orgy of listening to a loop of the Academic Festival Overture