zaya

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शय

शय
 śaya [ zaya ]


mf ( ā ) n. ( fr. √ 1. śī ) lying, sleeping, resting, abiding ( ifc. after adv. or subst. in loc. case or sense

adhaḥ-ś°, kuśe-ś, giri-ś° etc. )

m. sleep, sleeping cf. Dhātup. xxiv, 60 ( cf. divā-ś° )

a bed, couch ( vīra-ś° )

a snake ( accord. to some, the boa constrictor ) cf. L.

a lizard, chameleon cf. L.

the hand ( = hasta, also as a measure of length ) cf. VarBṛS. cf. Naish. cf. KātyŚr. cf. Sch.

= paṇa cf. L.

abuse, imprecation cf. L. ( prob. w.r. for śapa )

pl. N. of a people cf. MBh.

( ā' ), f. a place of rest or repose ( cf. śayyā ) cf. RV. [ Cf. Gk. ? - ? . ]