Jan Gonda's A Concise Elementary Grammar of the Sanskrit Language: With PDF

By Jan Gonda

ISBN-10: 0817300724

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Loc. and all. not, no(ne) (negation) x-time(s) (cf. 6) (goddess) Išhara ˘ (goddess) Ištar Moon God (Hitt. 1318–1295 BC) is one of several historical works by that king. He wrote a biography of his father, Šuppiluliuma, known as the Deeds of Šuppiluliuma as well as a full account of his entire reign, the socalled Extensive Annals. 2), is given here. Breaks are largely restored through duplicates or through parallel passages describing the same events in the Extensive Annals. 69 on Tue Jun 25 17:38:25 WEST 2013.

Com. ; this is a ˘ particularly strong development in New Hittite a-stems. ) pronouns. In many forms, case endings of the nominal declension can be recognized, but there are also case endings or morphemes that are characteristic of a pronominal declension: • he gen. sing. of all pronouns ends in -el. • In the gen. plur. of several pronouns we ind an ending -enzan. • he dat. sing. and plur. and the abl. are further characterized by an element -eda(n)-. -acc. sg. neut. ends in -t. 69 on Tue Jun 25 17:38:25 WEST 2013.

Such spellings are called plene writing or plene spelling. Nowadays we usually adjust the coloring of the adjacent sign to the plene written vowel: le-e (instead of li-e), ú-e-er. Such plene spellings should be indicated in bound transcription or scriptio continua (see Introduction §7) using a macron: lē, uēr. hey do not, however, necessarily imply lengthening of the spoken vowel or some kind of accent. Comparable is the case of the vowel signs U and Ú. Given the general consistency of their appearance within paradigms or words, they are likely to indicate two diferent vowels or vowel qualities, perhaps [o] and [u] respectively.

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