Grammatical Literature by Hartmut Scharfe

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243-254. , cf. B. PALSUXE, The Sanskrit Dhatupathas, p. 198 and 208 f. On what basis these roots were assigned to verb classes and why they received determinatives is not clear. But this problem is not confined to roots like Yghr; drs that has no present tense stem is listed with the first class (I 1037) as are also some other defective roots without present tense stems that are taught as root substitutes (vadh for han, ah for bru). ) are not listed in the Dhatupatha. 108 H. Scharfe • Grammatical Literature the exception.

THIEME, Panini and the Veda (Allahabad, 1935), p. 18, fn. 2]. D. 58-62) suggests that Yaska may be younger than Katyayana. 8 P. THIEME, ZDMG 89. 46-48. Cf. A. MEHENDALE, Some aspects of Indo-Aryan linguistics (Bombay, 1968), p. 1—14, and G. 172-174. K. BELVALKAR, Systems of Sanskrit grammar (Poona, 1915), p. 5. Yaska 119 found both in the Nirukta I 17 and Panini I 4 109. Twice Yaska uses a determinative: in XI 24 the prefix a is technically called dA as in Panini I 3 2010 and in I I 2 he derives kaksa 'armpit' from the root gah with a suffix ksa.

The rules about taddhita-sxd&xes and composition presuppose a completed 'basic language' with verbal and nominal endings and primary noun formation; for 'unified concepts'57 they offer abbreviated expressions. Ddksi points to one certain person only, while Daksasydpatyarn refers to both Daksa and the person descended from him. From the sixth chapter to the end of the grammar Panini lays down the mechanics that create words and sentences58 out of the morphemes taught so far:59 where similar vowels meet they merge in their corresponding long variety (e.

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