Waidshayanta (or Vaidshayanta), in Hindû mythology, is the palace of Indra, god of the sun, in India. Wail (some form of נָהָה or סָפִד, ἀλαλάζω. It is singular to observe the onomnatopoetic forms of words used in most languages to express the sounds of grief, such as יָלִל ululare, howl, yell, etc.; all consisting essentially of the I sound). The Oriental forms of lamentation are much more expressive and vehement than with us. SEE MOURNING.

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