A Modern Canarese Grammar Explained in English

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Karwar, 1899 - 278 pàgines

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Pàgina 24 - When it is not changed to an w^ferf-B^ it is changed to the nasal of the class, to which the following letter belongs; and to a nasal cSS} S", <§" when followed by , respectively.
Pàgina 137 - Bahuvrihi compound consists of two or more nouns in apposition to each other the attributive member being placed first and denotes or refers to something else than what is expressed by its members. It generally attributes that which is expressed by its second member, determined or modified by what is denoted by its first member, to something denoted by neither of the two; e . g, H^nnT-' ' one w»ose arm i3 greaV <ffanT4T:
Pàgina 130 - In a compound, as a general rule, words are simply joined together, without any relation between the component parts being actually expressed ; the whole compound word has the power to express the various relations that exist between the several parts. The last word only takes the case termination required by its grammatical position in a sentence, the remaining words ( those ending in a consonant ) generally assuming...
Pàgina 133 - Compound:— ( <OAA word ending in f or 7 should be placed first, and when there are more than one of such words one of...
Pàgina 150 - ... are taken. a. When subjects are of different persons, the verb is usually in the first person rather than the second, and in the second rather than the third : — si tu et Tullia valetia ego et CicerO valemus (Fam.
Pàgina 16 - When a word ending in a vowel is followed by another beginning with a vowel, whether accompanied by a spiritus lenis or asper, there is a hiatus.
Pàgina 130 - In Sanskrt simple words, whether substantives, adjectives, verbs or indeclinables, have the power of entering into combination with one another and forming what are called 'aamn'sas*,' c impound words or in short, compounds.
Pàgina 21 - When any vowel, short or long, except the last four, is followed by the same vowel, short or long, the substitute for both is the same vowel lengthened; ^wH-arft—^wrrft; Note, *p. 6, is not applicable in the ease of the forms of tho Norn. and Ace. a horse God FIRST BOOK OF SANSKRIT. 5JJW3 a lotus tljg' a house 3T55 water ffTg- a friend ( Neuter ). misery IJOT a leaf q-sr wealth %5T the eye SENTENCES.
Pàgina 23 - When ^ or a consonant of the dental class is compounded with ^ or a consonant of the palatal class, a letter of the latter class is substituted for the former...
Pàgina 133 - 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 Karmadharaya in Sanscrit...

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