Second Book of Sanskrit: Being a Treatise on Grammar, with Exercises

R.A. Sagoon, 1899 - 257 pÓgines

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PÓgina xi - 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.
PÓgina 154 - Perfect, which, the student will remember, "defines an action as having happened in a portion of time which is not yet expired; it brings a past action into connection with the present time.
PÓgina 78 - ... quartermasters are relieved from this obligation. There are a number of cases where captains or even lieutenants of the line are serving as post quartermasters at the same post with a detailed captain of the Quartermaster's Department as constructing quartermaster, where the money and property accountability of the former is far greater than that of the latter, but a bond is required of the latter only. Instructions for post quartermaster-sergeants. — A course of instruction for these noncommissioned...
PÓgina 52 - In the body of a word or grammatical form ^ and n are changed to the nasal of the class to which the following letter (not nasal itself) belongs, and to an Anusvdra when followed by ^, ^, and q..
PÓgina 135 - When it is not collective the зт is not added, as in II. 1. A compound of the Tatpurusha class consists of two members, the first of which determines the sense of the other,* or is attributive to it. The attributive member may have the meaning of a case, or may be used in apposition to the other, and consist, in this latter case, of an adjective or a substantive. The former we will call an inflectional compound, and the latter an appositional ( named Karmadbaraya in Sanskrit Grammars ); as ^щ:...
PÓgina 65 - 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.
PÓgina 155 - Variety sr is added on to the root and then the terminations of the Imperf. of the first group of conjugational classes are added, viz; — Par. Atm. 1 STO.
PÓgina 134 - Dvaudva consists of nouns which, if not compounded, would be joined by the copulative particle; as етяя^чтя^исвй; этяяадртя жш* 2. a. When the compound consists of two nouns, each being understood to be singular, it takes the dual ; and the plural, when it contains more than two nouns, b. The gender of the final noun is the gender of the whole ; as ^щгзщс.
PÓgina 52 - The ending gr of roots is changed to ^ when followed by any consonant, except a nasal or a semivowel, or by nothing; and that of roots beginning with ^ to ^ under the same circumstances.

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