This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...terms, such aa the above. It cannot be used with proper names (iv. 2). Notb.--The word?Tt-W Ur-put, either means the son of a thief ( tiur), or may be applied to children as a term of endearment (iv. 8). 1 References here and elsewhere to the Kamiraabdimrta. horned, striking with the horn, striking with the horn, biting. well-dressed. wrinkled. warted. one who sneezes. covered with moles, one who has a cough, one who breaks wind. one who brings an accusation (not an accused person). a calumniator. The 28. fm pon9, used instead of No. 27 when the relationship is not 29. IJ it (masc), used with the following words (iv. 64). The termination also implies measure or weight (iv. 109). Thus, --TO trakh, a weight or measure of four and three trakyun ngf, a jar holding a trakh. (rvfrfvsjra mahanivhyal9, a crowd of men. It will be observed that the termination is added to the Nominative Plural. 46. ay, used as follows (iv. 122). WW likh, people. 'S?' 'y a crowd of people. 47. w n, fem. n, the genitive termination. It is used to form adjectives also (iv. 123). Thus, --TUT pan, self. nww panun, fem. TOr jxmaii, own. Note that in this word the long vowel of the base is shortened. From the Journal, Asiatic Society of Bengal, Vol. LXVIII, Part I, No. 1, 1899, p. 1. On the KOftniri Verb.--By G. A. Griebson. C.I.E., Ph.d., I.C S. Read January, 1890. The Kacmiii Verb is treated in the AkhyMa-and Krdanta-prakriytls of Icvara-kaula's KaciniracabdBmrta. Verbal roots may end either in a consonant or in a vowel. When a root ends in a consonant, the vowel a is addod to assist the pronunciation. Thus the root kar is written jrt hat. It is still, however, considered to be a root ending in a cousonant and is...This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition.
|Title||:||Essays on Kaçmiri Grammar|
|Author||:||Sir George Abraham Grierson|
|Publisher||:||Rarebooksclub.com - 2013-09|