The Siddh Nta Kaumud Volume 1

The Siddh Nta Kaumud Volume 1

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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. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ...-.--The words %rer &c, for the purposes of this sutra, are supposed to have the force of the affix f% (chvi). Thus awTO: Stair: f!?rr: %(fTT: ' made into classes ' (those who were not classified before ). Note.---The Cims of words called frnf are akriti-gana and cannot be known a priori. This Samasa ia al-o an invariable Saraasa by reason of sutra II. 2. 18, ainoe -H words that end in obvi ( f%t) are called gati ( I. 4. 61. ) The aggregate of those who earn their livelihood by one art, or by gelling one particular kind of commodity is called srenl or guild. The samasa is nit/a. As NfW The tagtbeaing here ia by VII. A. 26 S. 2120. 739. A word ending with the affix kta, and not having the negative augment nan, is compounded with the same word ending with the affix kta, but which is distinguished from the former, by having the augment uan; and the compound is Tat-purusha. Thus fmfVY1 done and not done ' i. $. partly done and partly not done. Not f--The negative Past participle is compounded with the simple part participle, even when there it a slight difference in the forma, oaused by and (f augment. Ai wfinr + tJWftq-nftMllfljHL II 80 alio jpTfriljRHfl II Vart: --The compounds like rra-Trf8r should also be enumerated, and there is elision of the second member in these compounds. As vrcftq: Htfh: -"-JHT, m5fr 'the king beloved by the people of his era." 1.. an era making king. So also fUrfPl: -nft Bifrw: " A Brahmana who'worships any deva." tfw: 1 wjr9-!T -nrT arrir.: 1 TfHJtTsrri: 1 Jiwr: fa I tftl I TOST '"" 740. The wo ds sat 1 good, ' mahat 'great, ' parama 'highest, ' uttama 'best, ' and utkrishta 'excellent, ' are compounded with the words denoting the person deserving of..."show more

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  • Paperback | 226 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 413g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236533135
  • 9781236533135