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san Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary: san in comp. for {sat}. 3 san 1 cl. 1. P. , 8. P. A1. (Dhatup. xiii , 21 ; xxx , 2) {sanati} , {-te} or {sanoti} , {sanute} (A1. rare and only in non-conjugational tenses pf. {sasAna} RV. ; p. {sasavas} ib. f. {sasanuSI} Br. ; {sasanivas} or {senivas} Gr. ; {sene} ib. ; aor. {asAniSam} [Subj. {saniSat} A1. {saniSAsmahe} , {saniSanta}] RV. ; Impv. {saniSantu} SV. ; {seSam} , {set} MaitrS. Br. ; {asAta} Gr. ; Prec. {sanyAt} , {sAyAt} ib. ; fut. {sanitA} ib. ; {saniSyati} RV. Br. ; inf. {sanitum} Gr.) , to gain , acquire , obtain as a gift , possess , enjoy RV. AV. Br. SrS. to gain for another , procure , bestow , give , distribute RV. (A1.) to be successful , be granted or fulfilled ib.: Pass. {sanyate} or {sAyate} Pan2. 6-4 , 43: Caus. {sAnayati} (aor. {asISaNat}) Gr.: Desid. of Caus. {sisAnayiSati}. ib.: Desid. {sisaniSati} (Gr.) or {siSAsati} (? {sISatI} AV. iv , 38 , 2) , to wish to acquire or obtain RV. TS. AV. to wish to procure or bestow RV. AV.: Intens. {saMsanyate} , {sAsAyate} , {saMsanti} (Gr.) , to gain or acquire repeatedly (only 3. pl. {saniSNata} RV. i , 131 , 5). 4 san 2 in {go-San} q.v. 5 san 3 (in gram.) a technical term for the syllable {sa} or sign of the desiderative. 6 san 4 N. of an era (current in Bengal and reckoned from 593 A.D.) , RTL ; 433. San is also connected with the 4 Powerful Ones http://www.sacred-texts.com/atl/ssm/ssm08.htm
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