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Saya

Saya is the evening sun and is the child of Kalpa and Prabha. saya 1 (fr. {si}) , only in the following. 2 saya 2 mfn. (i.e. , 7 , {sa} + {ya}) with the sound or letter {ya} 3 sAya 1 n. (prob. fr. {so} see {avasAya} , {avasAna} ; but cf. 2. {sAya} , col. 3) the close of day , evening ({sAyaM-kR} , to spend the evening , make a stay Evening personified (as a son of Pushparna and Dosha or as a son of Dhatri and Kuhu ({am}) ind. in the evening , at eventide ({sAyaMsAyam} every evening ; see also below) [Cf. accord. to some , Lat. {serus}.] 4 sAya 2 m. (fr. 2. {si} ; for 1. see col. 2) a missile , arrow (= {sAyaka}) L. ; ({sAya}) n. unloosing , unyoking , turning in
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