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Definition of the noun sita

What does sita mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: -

  1. wife of the Hindu god Rama; regarded as an ideal of womanhood
    • examples: Sita smiled. | Sita smiled pleasantly.
    • lexical domain: People - nouns denoting people
    • instance of: mythical being = an imaginary being of myth or fable

Phrases with Sita

  1. Ethope Sita
  2. Eumerus Sita
  3. Irbisia sita
  4. Mundopa Sita
  5. Neorina Sita
  6. Agapetus sita
  7. Chimarra sita
  8. Idiocera Sita
  9. Pistosia sita
  10. Wallacea sita
  11. Parantica Sita
  12. Potanthus Sita
  13. Prioneris Sita
  14. Wallaceana sita
  15. Cryptoblabes Sita
  16. Prodasineura Sita
  17. Parantica Sita Sita
  18. Species Ethope Sita
  19. Species Eumerus Sita
  20. Species Irbisia Sita

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Printed encyclopedias and other books with definitions for Sita

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Google previewLiving Thoughts of the Ramayana (2002)

by Sukhdeva

Sita is the consort, the inseparable part of Rdma, a Principle. The principle cannot manifest as principle without some base or substratum. A pure gold requires some alloy go get itself moulded into a shape. Sita is that very body- mind, ...

Google previewCritical Perspectives on the Rāmāyaṇa (2001)

by Jaydipsinh Dodiya

Sita is a living symbol of Indian woanhood which is deeply impressive, shining and inspiring.

Google previewThe Great Indian Inferno (2009)

by Pī. Vī Jaganamohana

Sita is a popular Hindu name which is much used in Islam as well as Christianity. Savita is again a popular Hindu mythological name which is much used in Islam and Christianity with little aberration viz... Sabita. These words are used as ...

Google previewA Study Guide for Patricia McCormick's "Sold"

by Gale, Cengage Learning

Bajai Sita is an old trader woman who operates a post in the village and has what Lakshmi calls a “little lizard face.” Lakshmi's stepfather sells the cucumbers Lakshmi has been carefully raising to Bajai, and Ama sells the family's hens and ...

Google previewReadings in Folk-lore (1893)

Short Studies in the Mythology of America, Great Britain, the Norse Countries, Germany, India, Syria, Egypt, and Persia by Hubert Marshall Skinner

SITA is the consort of the Avatar Rama. BAYADEKES are dancing girls of India. An old legend of the sixth Avatar relates the redemption of a dissolute girl of this class. It is the subject of a poem by Goethe, and of the opera by Auber, entitled ...

Google previewThe Essence of Religions (2013)

A Glimpse of Heaven in the Near-Death Experience by Christophor Coppes

Sita is a princess from a neighboring kingdom. Of course the contest is difficult and there are many contestants, but Rama wins the archery contest. In the original story it is not about archery, but the difficult task Rama is given to string the bow ...

Google previewDiagnosis And Treatment Of Diseases In Ayurveda (1993)

by Vaidya Bhagwan Dash, Lalitesh Kashyap

It is called sita bhanji rasa. This should be made to a powder by adding equal quantity of marica. It should be given in the dose of one masa alongwith a piece of betel leaf followed by hot water. This cures acute form of visma jvara including ...

Google previewAeronautical Air-Ground Data Link Communications (2014)

by Mohamed Slim Ben Mahmoud, Christophe Guerber, Nicolas Larrieu, Alain Pirovano, Jos? Radzik

Today, SITA is a multinational information technology company specializing in providing information technologies and telecommunication services to the air transport industry. ARINC, established in 1929, is a major provider of transport ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Hindu Gods and Goddesses (1998)

by Suresh Chandra

Ram Chandra In brief, Ramayana is the story of Lord Rama and princess Sita. It is a poem with 24,000 couplets. The story in brief is as follows. Once upon a time, there was a king named Dasaratha who had three wives, namely, Kausalya ...

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Small photo of Rishikesh, India - November, 2nd, 2017. View of hinduist temple Shri Makar Vahani Ganga Jee and Sita Ram Dham Ashram on the riverbank of Ganga in RishikeshSmall photo of Hindu God Rama with His wife Sita & Brother Laxmana with Colorful backgroundSmall photo of Architecture of Sita town with old houses and stone road on Crete island, GreeceSmall photo of MILAN- 19 June 2017 Sita Abellan on the street during the Milan Fashion WeekSmall photo of HYDERABAD,INDIA-SEPTEMBER 11:Statues of Sri rama,Sita ,Lakshman and Hanuman on the temple wall on September 11,2017 in Hyderabad,IndiaSmall photo of PARIS - 28 September 2017 Sita Abellan on the street during the Paris Fashion WeekSmall photo of PARIS- 27 September 2017 Sita Bellan on the street during the Paris Fashion Week More...

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Scrabble value of S1I1T1A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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