Què en diuen els usuaris - Escriviu una ressenya
No hem trobat cap ressenya als llocs habituals.
10th conj 1st conj 1st pers 2nd pers 3rd pers 4th conj according action added Aorist appended applied augment base becomes Book called caus causal changed compound conjugation conjunct consonant declined dropped Dual Plur exception expressive feminine fifth final fire followed forms fourth give given Guna Imperative Imperfect initial instr killed king latter LESSON means nasal nouns numerals optionally Parasm Parasmaipada pass past penultimate Perfect person plural preceded prefixed pres Present roots ending rule Sanskrit sense short similarly sing strong substitute tenses terminations terminations beginning thing third person thou tree variety VOCABULARY vowel Vriddhi weak terminations इति किं कृ तं ते त् मा मे वा वै सम् स्
Pàgina vii - Those great sages observed carefully the facts of their language and endeavoured always to connect them together by a law or rule and to bring these laws again under still more general laws. Sanskrit Grammar has thus become a science at their hands, and its study possesses an educational value of the same kind as that of Euclid and not much inferior to it in degree. For, to make up a particular form the mind of the student has to go through a certain process of synthesis.
Pàgina 121 - I. 1. Two or more nouns in apposition to each other with the attributive member placed first may be compounded and used as an adjective to qualify a substantive. The substantive must not be in apposition to the separate members of the compound. A compound of this nature is called Bahuvrlhi; as H?Nlg:, qfrTT^TC- As a Karmadharaya, *r«Klg: is equivalent to jffn^rrf. ' Ereat arm,; but as a Bahuvrihi' Jt stands for j^|HI§^ ' he whose arm is oreat, *
Pàgina 177 - Parts of the body **kumbha m. 6.7 the frontal globe on the upper part of the forehead of an elephant.
Pàgina 43 - CONJUGATION — continued. In applying the terminations to the remaining roots of this conjugation several phonetic changes take place which we will now notice.
Pàgina vii - For, to make up a particular form the mind of the student has to go through a certain process of synthesis. He has to mark the mutual connections of the rules he has learnt, and in each given case, to find out which of them, from the conditions involved, hold good in that case and to apply them in regular succession, until he arrives at the form required. A mere unscientific teaching of the forms as such and mixing them up...
Pàgina 60 - The ending f of a root, short or long, not preceded by a conjunct consonant is changed to q^ before vowel weak terminations, when the base consists of more than one syllable. ( 8 ) The ending ^ of a root is optionally changed to j; or Visarga in the Imperfect second pers.
Pàgina 46 - Roots ending in a nasal lengthen their penultimate vowel before a weak termination beginning with any consonant, except a nasal or a semivowel, or before the affix ftpi; TOL — vrt'fl, wi.
Pàgina 46 - By a consonant are changed to the nasal of the class to which the following consonant belongs.