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sad sad Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary 2 cl. 1. or 6. P. (Dhatup. xx , 24 and xxvii 133) {sIdati} (ep. also {-te} Ved. {sadati} or {sIdati} , {-te} pf. {sasAda} , {sasattha} , {sedus} , {sedire} RV. ; {sIdatus} MBh. ; {sasadyAt}. AV. ; aor. {asadat} [cf. pres. {stem}] Gr. 2. 3. sg. {satsi} , {satsat} RV. ; {asAdIt} TA1r. ; fut. {sattA} Gr. ; {satsyati} Br. ; {sIdiSyati} Pur. ; inf. {sade} RV. ;{sattum} Br. ; {sIditum} MBh. ; ind. p. {-sadya} , {-sadam} RV. {-sAdam} Br.) , to sit down (esp. at a sacrifice) , sit upon or in or at (acc. or loc.) RV. AV. VS. S3Br. to sit down before , besiege , lie in wait for , watch (acc.) RV. AitBr. to sink down , sink into despondency or distress , become faint or wearied or dejected or low-spirited , despond , despair , pine or waste away , perish Mn. MBh. &c. : Pass. {sadyate} (aor. {asAdi} , {sAdi} RV.): Caus. {sAdayati} , {-te} (aor. {asISadat}) , to cause to sit down or be seated , place down , put upon or in (loc.) RV. &c. &c. to put in distress , afflict , weary , exhaust , ruin , destroy MBh. Kav. &c.: Desid. {siSatsati} Gr.: Intens. {sAsadyate} (Gr. also {sAsatti}) , to sit down in an indecent posture Bhatt. [Cf. Gk. $ for $ Lat. &344369[1138 ,2] {sidere} , {sedere} Lith. {sesti} , {sedeti} Slav. {sesti} Goth. {sitan} Germ. {sitzen} Angl. Sax. {sittan} Eng. {sit}.] 888 sad 3 mfn. (mostly ifc. ; for 1. see p. 1137 , col. 1) sitting or dwelling in (cf.
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