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Inscription, an, of A. D. 292. modernised | Kaw'Silumina, a poem, xcix. clxx, 2.

in 1830, xxxvi; found at Pepiliana, Kenrick, Dr., quoted Irum. cclxıv.
extract from an, cxcix.

Kindurujàtaka, a poem. CCXXX.
Instrumental case, 29; terminations of, hiramba, selections from the writings

ib; Syntax of, 30:examples of, 93. of, xciv, xcvi, et seq.. ccxxxvii.
Interjections, 176.

Kiriva, see verb.
lnrerpolated letters, 5, 88.

knighton's History of Ceylon, extracts
Intransitive verbs, 54.

from, xxvi, clv, cixii, cixviii.
Joundation of 1828, ccxlvii.

"Knowledge is power.ccxxx.
Jrony, 84.

Kowulsandèse, a poem, cxrvi; extract
Irugalkulapari wènàdipati, author of from. cacvii.
howul Sandèse, cscvi.

kudusika, an ancient prose work, cl.
Itihasa, an obsolete Science of the Sin- kusajàtake, a celebrated poem, XXX,
ghalese, cixviii.

cxxii. cxxix, ccis.
kusawa:h, description of the city of,

clxx.
JANAKEEMARANS, a Sanscrit poem by
king kumaradàs, ciji.

LABLAL sounds, 1 14. 147.
Jataka, astrological calculations of na-
tivity, clxix.

Laggalla. Inscriptions at, cxxxix.
Jatta-tisso, devoted himseli to sculpture, Lagu, a short letter, cxix; proper mark

for, cxxxiij. 76.
A. D. 330, cl ii.

Lakara, or Rhetoric, clxix.
Jayamini, an obsolete science of the Sin-

Lambrick, llev. Sam., lxxxviii, cclv,
ghale e, claix

cclxxi. 22. 25. 26. 212.
Johnson. Dr. quoted. Ixxix. ciii. ccl.
Joint-letters not recognised in the Sin-

Lanca. the equinocuial point of the

Hindu astronomer. xii.
ghalese language, ixiv.
Jones. Sir W., quoted, ix. xi, xii. xliv, Language employed in sing balese books

not idenical with that usually
:.:.7. 229.
Justice, Courts of. during the reign of

spoken, xivini.
Parakkrama Bahu, 1. A. n. 1153,

Lanka, (Ceylon) the abode of Yakhos

or devils, xiv.
cixiv.

Leyden. Dr. quoted, clxxxix.

Libraries. 128. during the reign of Parak-
Kach'CULANO, Pali Grammar. clxix.

krama Bahu, d., A. D. 1153, clxiv.
badusaramba, the art or fencins with Linga ; see Gender.
swords, clxix.

| List of words of one Syllable, xlvii.
Kaladèw àla's visit to Budha, clssii. Literary destruction by Rajà inha, ccvii.
Kàlidàs (not the Shakspeare of the Literature of the Singhalese destroyed
East.) cliv.

by the Malabars, cixviii.
Kanchanadèwikatawa, a poem. ccxxxvii. Locative case. 40; terminations of, ib.;
kanclimule, a poeni. Ixxiv.

Syntax ol. 41; esamples of, 95,
Kantahàlajatake, a poem. Issvi, ccxxxvii. Lop, see Elision.
kap, an obsolete science of the Sin- Louth. Dr. quvied. cclxssiii, 26.
ghalese, cixix.

Loneda Sangrahaya, a poem, xxx, Isxiii,
Káraka. 4. 73.
karatota, a Pandit, criji, ccxxxi.
Karikàgee. a species of blank verse, MACAULAY's his'ory of England.cclxır.

MacVicar, Dr. quoird, sxsii, lis. Iz.
Karmadbarya Compounds, n. 44. 47. Magadta, also calied l'ali. xxvii. claix
katuwana, the author of Kau minimal- Maggallana's Pali Grammar, cixix.
dama, ccxxx.

Maggallana's l'ali Vocabulary. ccliii.
Kàviasekare, the best of the modern Mabalwdiwansa, translation of, ccxxv.

poems. 8xx;extracts trom, ciii, cxxii, Mabakannajataka, a Poem, ccxxxvii.
cxriv, cxxix. ccx.

Malia vansa quoted. xvn. Xxii. xxiii. csl.
Kavyadarska, a work on Rhetoric, 18+. Mahanama, author of the Mabawansa in
Kaw'yee, a species of blank verse, Pali, A. D. 439. clii.
cxxxi.

Mahindu or Mihindu, propounder of the
Kawminimaldama, a poem, ccxXX.

doctrines of Budhism, 306 B, C., II.
kawminipahana, a poem in 1840. xxxi. Mahusada, l'andit, wv, clxxix.
Kawmiuikondala, quoted trom, xxxi, sciii. Makaraddaja. a Poem, quotation from,
cili, cvi, cxxx, đc.

rxxi, ccsivui.

cci,

CXXX.

from, cv,

Mákola Sattambi, a Poet, ccxxxvii. NAGARA. to be found in ancient monu-
Malabars who usurped the Singhalese •ments xlvi; Alphabet, lvi.

throne, demolished their institutions, Nakshastra, astronomy, clxix.
and their literature,clxvi.

Nalòdaya, referred to, ciii.
Malinee, a tune, lxxxix.

Nalu'gee, a species of blank verse, cxxxi.
Manuja Sandèse, ccxxxvii.

Nàmàshtashataka, 224.
Manjusè, a medical work, ccxxiv. Namaskarasatake, a work by Sangaraja,
Mat, a syllabic instant, 76.

ccxxvii.
Matalankatawa, a poem, lxxiii.

Namàwalia, a dictionary of Synonymes,
Matasilotu, or energy produced by xxviii; quoted, n. 18,

smoothness of expression, 184. Nampotha, 223.
Math'thebawakkrida tune, lxxxix. Nanodaya, work by Budha Gösha, clii.
Matmalagee, a species of blank verse, Native Productions-See Original.
Cixi.

Native Pandits indifferent teachers, ccli.
Mayuru Sandèsè quoted, 8.

Nawaratna, 224.
Médankara, a celebrated writer, clxiii. Nawaratnamåle, the production of a
Medical College, established by Dapula female, ccxvi.
II. A. D. 795, clxii.

Neeti, or Jurisprudence, clxix.
Medum, a species of Rhymes, cxxxii. Nidi'uwam, a Rhetorical trope, 84.
Meeripenne, a Singhalese Puet, quoted Nidipasas, a species of composition, 85.

ccxxxi. ccxxxix, et seq Nigandu, Botany, clxix.
Méghadhuta of Kalidasha, cxcii, 6,21. Nikipikatha, a poem, extract from, xxxi.
Melody of the Singhalese verse, cxix. Nipan, definition of, 4.
Menu, the first of created beings, 68. Niruth'thi, derivation or Philology, clxix.
Metaphors, n. 38, 86.

Nòkkadumale, a poem, ccxix.
Metaphorical Simile, 87.

Nominal derivatives, 68.
Metatheses, 6, et seq.

Nominative case, 96 ; inflexions of, ib.;
Meth, meditation of love, cxlviji.

examples &c., 71, 91.
Metre of Poetry, lxxxix, et seq.

Nouns of five kinds, 10; inflexions of,
Mihintala, inscriptions found on slabs 179, declensions of, 25, 96, 190.
and Rocks at, sxxiv.

Number, the singular and plural, n. 32.
Milky ocean, a fabulous sea, c.
Milindapprasne, extract from, ccxxvii.
Mills, Dr. referred to, ccliii.

OBAYASEKARA, a Poet, ccxlvi.
Milton quoted, lxxviii.

Obscurity in composition, 79.
Mind, the chief agent of sin, clvii, 200.

On Criticism, a stanza, lixxi.
Mind, derivation of the term, 68.

Woman, a scrap, Ixxxii.
Mingati, a species of Rhymes. cxxxii.

Night, lxxxix, 196.
Miyuru, energy of style, 186.

Morning, xc.
Modamåle, a poem, Ixxiii.

Opening adoration to Budha, 133.
Moggallayana Pathi lanchikà. a com-

Optative or Benedictive mood, 61.

Original Native productions, lxxiii.
mentary on a Pali Grammar, cxcv.
Móksha, an obsolete science of the Sin- Orson and Valenteyn translated into Sin-
ghalese, claviji.

ghalese. lxxvi.
Molossus, a Prosodial foot, 75.

Orthography, 2, n. 15, 25.
Mono-syllabic in its formation, the Sin-

Otha, energy in composition, 188.
ghalese language is, xlvii.
Moods, 59-see under each head.

PABAWATI, lxxx.
Moral virtues of kings, cxxix.

Padirangajatake, a poem, lxxiv.
Moratota, a Singhalese Poet. ccxxxii. Padyamadhu, a Palí work, cclxxxi.
Mugdhabhodha, Pali Grammar, Pahan, or energy produced by a clear
cclxxix, 23.

style, 184.
Muktaka, Sanscrit designation for simple Paisachi, a dialect of the Sanscrit,
prose, lxvii.

clxxxviii.
Mulusika, an ancient prose work, extract Palanga Saramba, the art of sencing
from, cl.

with shields, claix.
Munkotuweràla, a ballad singer and Pali Grammar, 35 works on, xlix.
poet, xcis.

Panchika Pradeepa, a work of Tottaga-
Muwadeu dàwa, a poem in blank verse,

muwa, li.
clxii; extracts from, clxvii. Pannini, the Sanscrit Grammarian re-
Myrupàda, author of Pujawalia, clxiii. ferred to, ix.

a

Pansiapanasjataka, extract from, clxxvi. Prolative sounds, cxx.
Paradise Lost quoted, Ixix.

Pronouns. 22 ; personal, 153; demonstra-
Parakatha, Biography and History, clxix. tive, 162; relative, 163; interroga-
Parakkrama I., the qualifications of, clxiv. tive, 167 ; honorific. 158; locatives,

III., a celebrated poet, clxiii. 167 ; pronominal adjectives, 166.
Paraphrase on the SidathSangara, an Propriety, grammatical, 75.
extract from, 1.

Prose, Singhalese, may be divided into
Parasmaipàda, transitive form of the four species, lxvi.
verb, xli.

Prosodial feet, eight in number, cxxi;
Parewi Sandese, a poem, c, cxcv.

examples of them, 16. et seq. 75.
Partiality of the Singhalese to Sanscrit, 1, l'rosody, Elu, extract from, cxxx.
CCXxxvi.

principles of, 76 n.
Participial nouns. 59.

Provincialisms in the Singhalese, cclx.
Participles, kinds of, 63, et seq.

Pujàwalia, extract from, clxxii.
of the present tense, 64. Puluta, a prolated sound, cxx.
Particles, 168; words used

as, ib.;

Puns in Singhalese poetry, civ,
prefixes or affixes, ib.

Puranas, Hindu Mythology, clxix.
Pasa, see Intlesion.
Pasru, an obsolete science of the Sin- QUALIFICATIONS of Panditha Parak-
ghalese, clxix.

krama Babu III. clxviii.
Passive voice, formation of, 59, 61.

Quantity of letters, 76, 146
Past Participle, 63, 105.

Quantity Prosodial, ccxli, 76, 146.
Past tense, 55, 56, 100, 102, 103.

Queen Leelawati, clxvi.
Pattèyamè Lèkam, author of Kawmini-

Queen, writings of a Singhalese, ccxiii.
kondala &c, ccxxix.

Quintilian quoted, 31.
Pattinihélla, a poem, lxxiv.
Patronymic nouns, 10.
Payogasidhi, a Pali Grammar, quotation

RAJADI Rajasinha, a poet, ccxxxii ; se-
from, clxxi.

lection from his writings, ib.
Perakumba Siritha, cliji.

Rajaratnakara, extract from Sulu, xu.
Perarù, 5.

Rajawalia, extract from, lxvi.
Permutation, definition of, 3, 16; dif-

Ramayana, the Hindu epic poem, zi.
ferent kinds of, ib.

Rapahansamale, a poem, ccxix.
Perry, Sir Erskine, quoted, cxlii.

Rasawahini. a Pali Grammar, cclxxxi.
Philological peculiarities of the Sanscrit

Rathiratnàlankara, xcv.
as compared with the Singhalese,

Ratnapariksha, mineralogy or the know-

ledge of gems, clxix.
Pihiti, a species of Rhymes, cxxxii.

Rawanghella, a poem, lxxiv.
Pirit,' recitation of Budha's Sermons, Religious works of the Singhalese, larvi.

Reduplication, rules of, 6.
cxlviii.
Piyawi, see Root.

Rhakshos, or sanguinary demons, xv.
Piyum Gee, a species of blank verse, cixxi Rhenius' Tamil Grammar, 31, 154.
Piyummal Niganduwa, 172.

Rhetoric, n 31, 82, 88, 184.
Poetry Singhalese, lxxvi, et seq.

Rhymes, 81.
Popular literature of the singhalese, Ritu Sanhàra, or the Assemblage of
extracts from, lxxii, lxxiv, &c.

Seasons, by Kalidasha, xcvii, civ.
Pràcrita, a dialect of the Sanscrit, li.

Root or Dhatu, 3, 65.
Pradeepikawa, xxv, Isis, clx.

Roots, verbal and nominal, 3, 65.
Precepts of religion, cli.

Royal Asiatic Society, Ceylon Branch of
Present tense, 56, 57, 101, 191.

the, ix, x.
Present Participle, 64, 106.

Ruell's Dutch Singhalese Grammar,
Prepositions, 22; tabular view of. 177. ccxix, cclxviii.
Preservative principles, four, cxlviii.
Prètawastuwa, a poem, ccxxxvii. SADDARMALANKARA, extract from, cciv.
Pridbam, quoted, sxxviii.

Saddarma Ratnakare, n. cciv.
Priestly, Dr., quoted, 50.

Saliella, a Singhalese Poet, ccxxxi.
Primitive nouns, 11.

Saka era commences 78 years after the
Prinsep, H. T. quoted from, 138.

birth of Christ, cvii.
Privatives, n 45.

Sakaskada, 224.
Programme of the examination of those Sainabewu, energy of style, 185.

entering the Public service, 197. | Samàdi, energy in composition, 189.

liii, et seq.

Lomy, cisis.

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Samantakūtawarnanàwa, a Pali work, Singhalese and Elu, synonymous terms,
cclxxxi.

XXX, xxxiv.
Samasa, see compounds.

Singhalese, Rhe!oric, xxxiv ; words
Sambulàjà:aka, a poem. ccxxxvji.

common to buth Sanscrit and Pali,
Samut'drikà. Phrenology or Physiog- li, lii; Philological peculiarities of

the Sanscrit as compared with, liii,
San, bee Ortho::raphy.

liv ; llodia, affinity between the
Sanda, see Permutation.

Tamil and, lvii ; Alphabet contains 7
ia species o! Rhymes. cxxxii. Sanscrit vowels, Ixii ; words, having
Sanda-hara. (or Sanda: bitaka) a species various meanings for various objects,
of black verse, cxxxi.

Ixv; Prose may be divided into
Sandhi, see Permutation.

four species. Ixvi, lxxiii; Poetry,

Ixxvi; translation of the Holy
rules of, 150.

Scriptures (Cotta version ) lxxxiv;
Sanga Raja, Archbishop, clxxxv.

not a correct translation, lxxxvi,
translator of Milindap- 1xxxviii; Puns, xciii; Versifica'ion
prasne. &c., ccxxvi.

and I'rosody, cxviii; Laws of Ver-
Sangaràjagundiankire, a work by Mun- sitication. CXXX ; the language of
katuweråle, scis.

thie land 306. B. C., cxlv; Atuwas, or
Sanscrit language, more perfect than Commentaries, committed to wri-

the Greek, and more copious than ting in the reign of Walagambahu
the Latin, xliv; more polished than B. C. 33, i5.
the Paii, xiis.

Singhalese, words having the same
Sanscrit, also called Dew'u adana, xxvii. sound and signification as in En-
Sanscrita, mening of the term, xlix; glish, xlui, el seq.
or the polished dialect, ib.

Singhalese and Sanscrit Grammar dif-
Sara Sangrahaya, Singialese Version of, Terent in what respects, xxxix, xl,
ccmani.

xli, xlii, et seq.
Sarath nouns. 25.

Sinhala, meaning of the term, xxv.
Sarath-tha Sangalo, a medical work by Sinbauallikatàwa,a poem, lxxiii.ccxxxvii.
kin' Bujas. cl.

Sinbo Aratchy, ot kebellenàwa, a poet,
Sarduia linkriditha. a tune, xc.

CCXXXvi.
Sarway bagunalankàre, or · The virtues Sinnamuitukatawa,

a poem,

Ixxiv,
of Budna.' prose work, 191.

ссxxxvii
Sasadàwa, a poem in black verse. clxiii. Siri, a species of Rhymes. cxxxii.
Sciences and Arts known to the Singia- Siritha, customs and traditions, clxix.
Jese, clxviii.

Sitadara, an obsolete science of the
Selalininisandese, a poem, lxxvii; ex-

Singhalese, cixviii.
tract irom, CXCII.

Situ, an ancient rauk, clviii.
Selasuwam, a Rhetorical trope, 83.

Situmini, a labulous stone, clxvii.
Sewul Sandese, quotation from. Ixxi. Smasan, a place where the Hindus
Shruti, the Vedas, including the Rajur,

burn their dead, lxxv.
Yajur, and Sama, clxix.

Smith, Adam, quoted, xlviii.
Sidathi'sangalawa, date of, clxxx, et seq.; Sovereigos of Ceylon from Wijaya to

delended against the notion that it Dewanipètissa, cxliii.
is obsoleie, ceisiji; its authorship Space or distances not observed in writ.
ascribed to Wedeniyha, cclxxxi ;

ing Singhalese, cv.
meaning of the term, cclxxxi. Specimen ot simple prose, lxvi; of the
Siksha, an obsolele science of the Sing-

elegant, Ixvii; of the bombastic or
halese, clxviii.

extravagant, xlix ; of Prose alli-
Simile, 87.

teration, lix; of a mixed style,
Singhal-se Grammar, hy J. Ruell, Dutch

Lxx.
Missionary, dedication of a, ccxix ; Specinien, of Singhalese, in 262, cilvii ;
by Mr. Chater, cclxix ; by Mr. Lam-

of alliteration in Prose, cciii; of
brick, cclxx.

the present barbarous language,
Singhalese, language of the land, xxii; cclix.

its origin, xxvi; an Indian dialect, Spelling in Singhalese, 7, 9, 15.
xlvi; vowels and consonants of the, Spencer quoted, cxxx.
lviii ; recoguises no joint letters, Spreading the Rythm, cxxi, cxxxiii.
Ixiv; mono-syllabic in its forma- Sreenàme, a poem, ccxix.
tion, xlvii; History of the, cxxxix ; Sree Wikkrama, last Kandian king,
mixed with the Sanscrit, clxv.

the character ol, ccxxxiii.

Sringare, a Poem, ccxix.

Thomis Mohandiram, a poet, ccxxxvii.
State of learning amongst the Singha- | Tibbotuvawe, a Singhalese poet, ccxxxi.
lese at present, ccxlviii.

Tibrach, a prosodial foot, 75.
Stevenson, Dr., quoted, xiv, cclxxii. Toltrey, W. trauslator of Balàwatara,
Stott, Rev. R., quoted, xviii,

ccliii.
Subàsita, a Singhalese poem, quotations Tolfrey, Sam, ccliv; extract from his
trom, xxx, 1xxili, ccvui.

projected translation of Sidath San.
Subè Vidan, a poet, ccxxxvii.

gara, 215.
Substantive Voice, 54.

Tottagamuwa, the chief of modern Poets,
Substantives, see Nouns.

XX; a brief account of, clxxxviii.
Substitution, 5.

et seq.; vanity of, cxci.
Sukumara, energy in style, 187.

Townsend's Erynological Researches
Sulambà watikatawa, translated into referr d to, 12.
Singhalese, Ixxiv.

Traditional tale regarding Kumà adàs,
Sulu Raja Ratnakare, extract from, XXX ;

clv.
referred to, cxliii.

Transitive verbs, 54.
Süpa Sèstre, the art of cookery, clix. Transformation of sounds in different
Supibiti, a species of Rhymes, cxxxii. languages, lv.
Suramatwala, a species of Rhymes, ib. Translations from Indian literature, Isxiv ;
Sùrasèna, or the Zend, clxxxix.

from European literature, lxxvi.
Suriyashataka, 2-3.

Trope, Rhetorical, 87.
Suseu katawa, history of 'oseph, lxxvi. Tupawanse or History of the tooth
Sutian, the text of Budha's Sermons, cl. relics of Budha, clxxv; estract from,
Swabahasalankara, a work on Singha-

ib.
Jese Rhetoric. quotation from,xxxiv. Turnour, the Hon'ble George, translator
Swabodhàlankára, a work on Pali Rhe.

of the Mahawansa, xili; quotations,
toric, 1x4.

xiii, XVI, XX. XXi, xxxiii, lxxxvii,
Symbolical letters, 55, 75.

cxxxix, cxl, cxlii, cxliv, cxlvii,
Syncope, 5.

clxxii.
Syntax, 51; of substantives, 25 ; of cases,

73 ; of the nominative, 27. 74; 01 UBEBAS, see Dialogue.
the accusatire, 28; of the instru. Chtha, 26.
mental, 30; of the Auxiliary, 33;
of the dative, 35; of the ablative, Umandāwa, a prose work, xv; extract

Clàra, energy in composition, 188.
37 ; of the genitive, 40; of the

from, clxxvii.
locative, ih. ; of the vocative, n. 92 ; Umatugee, a species of blank verse,
of verbs, 59 et seq. Also see Chap- сxxxі.
ters, VI, IX, X, XI, andnotes.

Unpropitious in composition, 80.

Upamàtharangamåle, a poem. Isxiii.
Talkee-talkee, a dialect springing up in Upasampadà, an order of Priesthood, cli.
the West ludies, cclxv.

Upasargas or inseparable prepositions,
Tamil, the Shen, xxix ; alphabet, lvii ;

23, 177.
Grammar, 31, 154.

Utcalicapraya, the Sanscrit designation
Tarka, logic, clxix.

for a bombastic style, Ixix.
Tatpurusha compounds, 44, 45.

Utu, a species of Rhymes, csxxii.
Tautology, 78.

Uvade, cxsxii.
Telingu alphabet bears affinity to the C'wala, or double meaning verse, cxv.

Singhalese, lvii.
Tenses, three in the Singhalese lan-
guage, xii.

VAMTOHA LGEE, a species of blank verse,
Terminations of nouns, 25; of verbs, CINN.

see under eacli tense; of the passive Vanity of Poets, cxci.

voice, 51: of the imperative, 60. Vavantiàmale, a poem, Irxiv.
Text of the Sidath Sangara, 107. Veddàss, a distincttribe of the Singhalese,
Vibath Maldama, 128.

xvii.
Thabawa. definition of, 4.

Verb, definition of the, 4; principles of
Tharangamàle, a poe.n, lxxiii.

inflexion of, 54, et seq.
Thasama. definition of, 4.

Verbal derivatives, 10; appellatives, 22,
Thelesdutanga. thirteen religious ordi- 59; roots, 65.

nances to be observed by the Bud - Vesasıın Samas, see Compounds.
hist Priests, cxii.

Vessantrajataka, a poem, Ixxvi.

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