[ ah-dit-yuh ]
/ ˈɑ dɪt yə /
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one of the Vedic gods, the sons of Aditi.
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Origin of Aditya
<Sanskrit āditya (or ādityāḥ plural), derivative of aditi a goddess (originally a deified abstraction, literally, the absence of binding)
Words nearby Aditya
adipsia, Adirondack, Adirondack chair, Adirondack Mountains, adit, Aditya, Adivasi, adj., Adj.A., adjacency, adjacent
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How to use Aditya in a sentence
One should next go, O king, to the asylum of Aditya—that illustrious god who is a mass of effulgence.
Well do I know that that exalted son of Aditya resembleth the son of Maheswara himself.
Subjugating them had been easy; the Space Vikings had taken Aditya and made it their home.
In either case, too, Aditya would make nobody on any other planet any trouble.
Vann Shatrak sent two of the destroyers off to explore the moons of Aditya, of which there were two.