An Essay on the Principles of Sanskrit Grammar

An Essay on the Principles of Sanskrit Grammar

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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. 1810 edition. Excerpt: ... their finals into Thus, jr make jrr declined as No. 304. bi Roots ending in sj" "5 may take after their finals, or their finals become gUtt. Thus, makes either zffl or j declined as No. 335. makes either 3f(fl or declined as No. 337, c. Roots" ending in may become gun or nar. Thus, "eft makes either fjj or "declined as per rules 307, 308, 3lo- 31 f9'$1, '3t$ dv Roots ending in 3f may change into f'or3 when the final is not preceded by the labials, T3 Iff 5 "J but in toor 3 when preceded by such labials.--Andths of j 3r and Jof become and respectively, in the nominative and voca-tive singular, and in all the other cases where followed by a.forVor no letter. Thus, T makerTjR or yjQT and makes fRor tfi e. Roots ending in a single consonant, the penult may become gun or not: ---ending hv two consonants, the penult undergoes no change: Thos, makes or declined as No. 344. f. Roots ending in drop that litter."" Thus, HEJ becomes declined as No. 3044 g. Roots ending-in either drop-that letter, or change it intaag" Thus, ftl makes either or "J declined as No. 335 and 319; h. The letter of all roots ending in J tjor g becomes' dropped. Thus, ifig becomes Uj becomes pTv i. The letter of all roots eading in fj'beccmes dropped. Thus, makes j. Roots ending in TJI! tneir Pcnults if short, become long, or otherwise gun, ' Thus, "Spq makes or cfxXJT makes either tfiTJT?T %TtH Roots ending in a consonant, are declined according to the final consonant, for which secTables XI, XII. IV: VERBAL SUBSTANTIVES. g See this suffix explained under nouns of agency, No. 18. 3- This su(r)x's use co arm the verbal noun in" ing," after all roots, a. Penults 5ff become in their.
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  • English
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  • 9781236500809