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A red flower used by some Hindus to propitiate the deity Sanee (the planet Saturn). It is made into a wreath with jasoon, also a red-colored flower, which is hung round the neck of the god, who is of a congenial nature. This ceremony is performed at night.

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Ag

Ag1 • symb. the chemical element silver. Ag2 Biochem. • abbr. antigen.

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AG

AG • abbr. ∎  adjutant general. ∎  attorney general.

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Ag

Ag, symbol for the element silver.

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