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Nom. P. Ā., ''°yati'', ''°te'', to become a slave, g. ''lohitâdi''.   
 
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दासाय

dāsāya [ dAsAya ]


Nom. P. Ā., °yati, °te, to become a slave, g. lohitâdi.