From Proto-Indo-European *sed- (“to sit”). Cognates include Latin sedeō, Old Church Slavonic сѣдѣти (sěděti), Old English sittan (English sit).
सीदति • (sīdati) (root सद्, class 1 P or 6 P)
- to sit down (especially at a sacrifice), sit upon or in or at
- to sit down before, besiege, lie in wait for, watch
- to sink down, sink into despondency or distress, become faint or wearied or dejected or low-spirited, despond, despair, pine or waste away, perish
- to put in distress, afflict, weary, exhaust, ruin, destroy