noun sin·ha·san \sinˈhäsən, -ˈhəs-\

Definition of sinhasan



  1. :  a throne often depicted in sculpture with legs in the shape of lions and designed as a seat for the figure of a deity

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Origin and Etymology of sinhasan

Sanskrit siṁhasana, literally, lion's seat

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to criticize severely

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