The square glyph it is not a square but a rectangle
bhuja m. (ifc. f. %{A}) the arm MBh. Ka1v. &c. (%{bhujayor@antaram} , the breast Bhartr2. ; cf. %{bhujA7ntara}) ; the
hand Pa1n2. 7-3 , 61 ; the trunk of an elephant MBh. iii , 15736 ; a branch , bough BhP. ; a bending , curve , coil (of a
serpent ; see comp. below) ; the side of any geometrical figure Ka1tyS3r. Sch. ; the base of a triangle Su1ryas. ; the
base of a shadow ib. ; the supplement of 2 or 4 right angles or the complement of 3 right angles MW. ; (%{A}) f. see col. 2
Apsu absu ampu ambu
ambuja mfn. produced in water , water born , aquatic , m. the plant Barringtonsa Acutangula Gaertn. ; a lotus (Nymphaea
Nelumbo) ; a muscle-shell R. vii , 7 , 10 , the thunderbolt of Indra (`" cloud-born "') L.
2 ambujAkSa mf(%{I})n. lotus-eyed.
3 ambuJananA f. `" having a lotus face "'N. of the tutelary deity of the Ojisht2ha family BrahmaP.
4 ambujanman n. a lotus (Nymphaea Nelumbo) Naish.
5 ambujastha mfn. sitting on a lotus.
6 candrikAmbuja (%{-kA7m-}) n. `" moonshine-lotus "' , a lotus blossoming during night L.
7 hemAmbuja (Katha1s.) or (Megh.) n. a gñgolden lotus-flower.
8 sitAmbuja or n. a whñwhite lotus ib.
9 vaktrAmbuja n. a lotus-like face Ka1vya7d.
In the Enûma Elish, the Babylonian epic of creation, Tiamat gives birth to
the first generation of deities; her husband, Apsu, later makes war upon
them and is killed. When she, too, wars upon her husband's murderers, she
is then slain by Enki's son, the storm-god Marduk. The heavens and the
earth are formed from her divided body. The very similar lexicon and the
back round Myth of the ocean and the first humans Apsava m. (fr. %{apsu}
loc. pl. of %{ap}) Name of a Manu.  
sItA f. in TBr. she is called %{sAvitrI} , and in Pa1rGr2.
%{indra-patnI} , `"
the wife of Indra "' ; in epic poetry
SñSita1 is the wife of Ra1macandra and daughter of
Janaka , king of Mithila1 , capital of Videha , who was
otherwise called Si1radhvaja ; she was named Sita1
because fabled to have sprung from a furrow made by
Janaka while ploughing the ground to prepare it for a
sacrifice instituted by him to obtain progeny , whence
her epithet Ayoni-ja1 , `" not womb-born "' ; her other
common names , Maithili1 and Vaidehi1 , are from the
place of her birth ; (less correctly written %{zItA} ; cf.
%{sIma4n} , %{sIra}) a furrow , the track or line of a
ploughshare (also personified , and apparently once
worshipped as a kind of goddess resembling Pomona ;
in RV. iv , 57 , 6 , Sita1 is invoked as presiding over
agriculture or the fruits of the earth ; in VS. xii , 69-72 ,
Sita1 , the Furrow "' is again personified and addressed
, four furrows being required to be drawn at the
ceremony when the above stanzas are recited ; in TBr.
she is called %{sAvitrI} , and in Pa1rGr2. %{indra-patnI}
, `" the wife of Indra "' ; in epic poetry SñSita1 is the wife
of Ra1macandra and daughter of Janaka , king of
Mithila1 , capital of Videha , who was otherwise called
Si1radhvaja ; she was named Sita1 because fabled to
have sprung from a furrow made by Janaka while
ploughing the ground to prepare it for a sacrifice
instituted by him to obtain progeny , whence her epithet
Ayoni-ja1 , `" not womb-born "' ; her other common
names , Maithili1 and Vaidehi1 , are from the place of
her birth ; according to one legend she was Vedavati1
q.v. , in the Kr2ita age ; accord. to others she was an
incarnation of Lakshmi and of Uma1 ; the story of
Ra1ma's bending the bow , which was to be the
condition of the gift of Sita1 , is told in R. i , 67 ; Si1ta1's
younger sister Urmila1 was at the same time given to
Lakshman2a , and two nieces of Janaka , daughters of
his brother king Kusa-dhvaja , to Bharata and
S3atrughna) RV. &c. &c. IW. 335 n. 1 ; 337 &c. ; N. of a
form of Da1ksha1yan2i1 Cat. ; of a poetess Cat. ; of a
river MBh. R. &c. ; of the eastern branch of the four
mythical branches of the heavenly Ganges (into which
it is supposed to divide after falling on mount Meru ; this
branch is fabled to flow into the Varsha or Dvi1pa called
Bhadra7va) L. ; of an Upanishad Cat. ; spirituous liquor
W.
The Mesurment would
be taken in the fall
equinox midnight.