A Grammar of the Sanskrita Language

A Grammar of the Sanskrita Language

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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. 1808 edition. Excerpt: ...common form; as R ipTlW RfcU: Vijhnu enjoys the universe. 653. D," with prefixed, signifying sharpen well, is used in the proper form; as 3fW H$n He sharpens the weapon well. 654, . J Join, fit, use, apply, is used in the proper form when preceded by 3, or any preposition ending in a vowel, except the act relates to sacrificial vessels; as t%k, 3CRJ#, 3 8cc. MMlfD M1 fo He provides the sacrificial vessels. 655. and 1H.- as causals, in the acceptation of deceiving, are put in the proper form; as Wft "n or Ji5H He deceives, or causes to be deceived, the child. In the fense of driving away, they are used in the common form; as TTJT "Ps The kite drives away the serpent 656.?T Remember, StTT Know, and t. See, when not preceded by 3f, are used in the proper form, in the volitive sense; also Hear, when not preceded by MR or 37. Ex. Jn He wishes to remember, TTfTTHn He wants to know, fH He wants to hear, he is attentive, UsiJflUiR He wants to know, or enquires after. 657. ALL verbs distinguished in the lists by a senile T, to denote that they are os both the active voices, are conjugated in the proper form only, when the thing done is for the benefit of the agent; as 2T3JJ w Sacrifice, Sln He sacrifices for himself; or, if for another, SR 2JT3T: The sacrificer performs a sacrifice for another. 658. THE roots CTT Drink, Ss Drink, fp Dance, Speak, 3P Dwell, vH, Tame, and Please, appear agreeable, are put in the proper form when used as causals; as MI'M'I He causes to drink, 8cc. 8cc. 659-3F 659-J1 Swoon, lose sensation, preceded by M I., s Stop, cease, refrain, and HH, Try, endeavour, each with fT prefixed, "j3 Speak, with 3stT prefixed, and i. Cease, strain, restrain, with R or 3"?, when not accompanied by a word signifying a...show more

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  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 159g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
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  • 9781236616432