seṭ

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Borrowed from Sanskrit सेट् (seṭ, with i).

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seṭ (not comparable)

  1. (Sanskrit grammar, Indo-European studies) of a root, having a final i sound in certain forms, originating from a final laryngeal in Proto-Indo-European

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