Please, keep in mind: brahma is the nominative/accusative singular of the word 
whose
 "dictionary form" is brahman, whereas the Creator of Hindu trinity is brahmaa, 
with
 a long final a-sound!
 

 (Although brahma is a neuter gender word, that is, its nominative and 
accusative forms
 are identical*, when it refers to the Supreme Spirit, it's treated as a 
masculine gender word,
 which prolly means that e.g. adjective attributes associated with it are in 
masculine gender
 forms?)
 

 *At least in some other Indo-European languages, like Latin and German, nouns 
that
 are similar in nominative and accusative, are called neuter gender words.

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