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stana Explained

stana at Sanskrit => English (Monier-Williams) Of Explained:

stana

2[ st'ana ] m. ( or n. g. [ ardharc^adi ] ifc. [ A ] or [ I ]

---> derivation doubtful , but prob. connected with √ [ stan ] , from
the hollow resonance of the human breast ) , the female breast (
either human or animal ) , teat , dug , udder RV. &c. &e

---> the nipple ( of the female or the male breast ) Suśr.

---> a kind of pin or peg on a vessel shaped like a teat ŚBr.

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stână at English (WD) Of Explained:

==Romanian==

Etymology

Uncertain. Possibly a substratum word or from Inter: etyl » sla|lang=ro Inter: recons » stanŭ ‘lodging’ (compare Bulgarian Inter: term » стан|tr=stan|lang=bg ‘camp’, Serbo-Croatian Inter: term » стан|ста̑н|tr=stȃn|lang=sh ‘appartment’); Albanian Inter: term » stan|lang=sq and Greek Inter: term » στάνη|tr=stáni|lang=el also from Slavic.

Noun

Inter: ro-noun » f|stâne
  • hut (of a shepherd)

  • Translation: el » stână
    Translation: ro » stână

    stană at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==Romanian==

    Etymology

    From a Slavic language, compare stena

    Noun

    stană f
  • rock

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    Translation: el » stană

    stana at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » stană|stâna|stână

    Italian

    Verb

    stana
  • Inter: conjugation of » stanare||3|s|pres|ind|lang=it
    1. Inter: conjugation of » stanare||2|s|imp|lang=it

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