About Setsuna

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Setsuna is the rōmaji version of a Japanese word meaning "a moment; an instant". It can also be translated to "calm snow". The word came from a Buddhist term meaning "split second," which was imported from China (in Chinese character format: 刹那 chànà) but originated in India (in Sanskrit: क्षण ksana). In India it meant the smallest unit of time in which a piece of consciousness moves. It is used in sentences to describe a momentary thing that was for a short time but was a good experience.