Imatges de pàgina
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Duties of the Brahman in the second Order, or Quarter of his Life,

as a Grihastha, or Householder.

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39) p. 113. 40) . 9. r. 19. 41) r. 131. 2. 42) p. 175. 43) अ, "not," and विभुत, “deviating." i) Bd sing. pres. of root, जन, 4th conj. (r. 89. a.), “ to be born,” with prep. W. If from this may be derived a noun

आजाति, the phrase शतम् साजाती: (p. 155. a.) might be explained, without making w govern the accusative. ) p. 44. t. 2) acc. case (r. 180. a.) of aTT, "part." ) p. 143. a. 1) i.e. गुरुकुले, com. ) दार, “ a wife," p. 169. a. p. 32. 1. 6) अ, “ not"; द्रोह, m. “injury.” ) p. 103. ) r. 152. a. r. 190. 9) p. 90. f. 10)“ restrained." ") These two compounds well illustrate the difference between a relative and absolute dependent compound; the first is used relatively, and as an epithet of re, it must therefore be translated " has its root," or “ is founded in contentment”; the second is not used relatively to farger, or it would be written दुःखमलः ; it must, therefore, be translated as an absolute dependent, “the root of misery," see p. 167. a.


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