A Dictionary Gujarati and English

A Dictionary Gujarati and English

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...abstract. All such formations are neuter. Another affix is a "These two affixes, t=t & ftl, are understood by Sanskrit grammarians and scholars to be, excepting only in gender, equivalentBut they are not thus equivalent--they demand other exceptions. Iu being adjuncts for the formation of the abstract noun, and in being in some few instances justly in. terchangeable and in some few laxly confounded, they agree; but they differ-First, In that, whilst dl forms the abstract from adjec-tives, although, likewise, forming it from adjectives, forms it mainly from concerte nouns: Second, In that, whilst 1 forms abstracts of quality, ej forms abstracts of office or function, state, or condition, and of the stages and periods of life; fll thus answering to ness, ccj to ship and hood. Thirdly, In that, whilst fli & both form abstract terms expressing attributes or properties, there pertains preferableness or greater eligibility to f Fourthly, In that dj, even in the cases common to rt & ((, is the popular or familiar affix, and ej the scholastic or ornate affix, Of the first and second particulars of difference, esemplica-! tion may be adduced in Hl abstracts from adjectives, answering to fitness, wetness, i(, Represented by Th. See fl, doue, over, exhausted, fiuished. concluded. mftfjV.n. To hare been. 2 To become, to be brought about, happen, result. tyH, The present participle of Being, i.e. in one's own proper person or of one's own will or accord. v.n. To be practicable or possible. Hf, prep. For the sake of; for the purpose of; for or on account of. 2 From. 3 ad. Iustead of, rather than. Qlf-A throng, crowd, close multitude. 2 Close or compact order, full and dense array. S1, . See m. M-i, n. The stem or...show more

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