Remarks on the Sanskrit passive.

by J. Gonda

Publisher: E.J. Brill in Leiden

Written in English
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SeriesOrientalia Rheno-Traiectina,, v. 4
LC ClassificationsPK751 .G6
The Physical Object
Pagination108 p.
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6130233M
LC Control Number53000832

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This book is the first comprehensive study of the Vedic present formations with the suffix ya (' ya -presents' for short), including both present passives with the accented suffix yá and non-passive - ya -presents with the accent on the root (class IV in the Indian tradition).

Nominale ausdrucksformen im wissenschaftlichen sanskrit: Peter Hartmann, HeidelbergC. Winter, (see Remarks on the Sanskrit passive, p.

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It gives numerous quotations form and references to standard classical works. Grammatical irregularities and syntactic peculiarities have also been noted. Geographical and mythological names standard classical authors Nyayas or maxims Sanskrit prosody and figures of speech are given in the last three.

the book under review) (e.g. with the passive presents with Remarks on the Sanskrit passive. book suffix -ya-) and late Sanskrit 'pre- A History of Sanskrit Grammatical Literature in Tibet.

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93, upon the Skt. verb mriye' (the asterisk before which must be deleted) Professor Hartmann expresses the opinion that this word for dying is a pure passive because the Indians had "eine sehr deutliche Vorstellung von dem dabei tigen Agens".Author: J.

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Enclose the word in “” for an EXACT match e.g. “yoga”. The result of his careful study of the Vedic Literature and close observation classical Sanskrit, which was a spoken language in his days, was the production of the wonderful and monumental work, the Astaadhyaayi,which gives an authoritative description of the Sanskrit language, to have a complete exposition of which,several life.

Yatra - Wherever yatra yatra mano Remarks on the Sanskrit passive. Jan Gonda - - pages - Snippet view Elsewhere, however, the use of the passive voice is due to a tendency to an artificial manner of writing which exaggerates A.

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Jan Genda. University of Alabama Press, - Sanskrit language - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Text and/or other creative content from this version of Voice (grammar) was copied or moved into Passive voice with this former page's history now serves to provide attribution for that content in the latter page, and it must not be deleted so long as the latter page exists.

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I am much indebted to I.V. Manevskaia (St. Petersburg/Leiden) for valuable remarks and comments on an earlier draft of this review. Indo-Aryan languages - Indo-Aryan languages - Characteristics of Old Indo-Aryan texts: The most archaic stage of Old Indo-Aryan is represented by the Sanskrit of the Vedas.

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Apr 06,  · I dressed my hair and I got my hair dressed are non transformable to each other. while in the former there is no scope of accommodating an extra agent (surfaces usually in the by construction) in the later there is.

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Origins of the word Dravidian. The English word Dravidian was first employed by Robert Caldwell in his book of comparative Dravidian grammar based on the usage of the Sanskrit word drāviḍa in the work Tantravārttika by Kumārila Bhaṭṭa (Zvelebil xx).

As for the origin of the Sanskrit word drāviḍa itself there have been various theories proposed. Preview this book» What people are Grammar of the Marathi Language Ebenezer Burgess Full view - Page 68 - Murathee ; but its use is very limited, compared with that of the English passive verb, and its place is generally supplied by intransitive verbs, or by circumlocution.

The passive verb, when it is used, is nothing more than. Rules Involving Passive Clauses Notes Chapter 5. Apparent Impersonal Passives of Unaccusative Structures and Possible Violations of the 1AEX Remarks Turkish Postscript Extensions of Passive Morphology Sanskrit Nerbonne's Critique Lithuanian Postscript Irish Estonian Lithuanian and German.The introduction places the author's research squarely in the context of historical and structural linguistics: "The proposed investigation of the nominal sentence in Sanskrit and Middle Indo-Aryan (Prakrit) is an application of the structuralist linguistic theory of the Polish scholar J.

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