A Grammar of the Kannada Language: Comprising the Three Dialects of the Language (ancient, Medieval and Modern)

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Asian Educational Services, 1993 - Kannada language - 483 pages
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Contents

Introductory observations 1
1
On the form of the eigne that re used a Letters Alphabet etc 422
4
On roots or verbal themes 222
22
On declinable bases Declension 29 87
29
T On verbs 88 163
88
On adverbs etc 16416
164
Euphonic junction of letter 170 185
170
Till Particulars of some letters also in prosody 185198
185
On the repetition of nouns pronouns adjectives numerals adverbs interjections and imitative sounds 300
300
On the expression of other on the article and on tbe expression of only alone 311
311
On additional tenseforms of tbe verb 314 330
314
On socalled auxiliary verbs 830
330
what is that? what happened? in this manner asso how much so much how many so many when? who he etc 343
343
On the verbs en and an 352
352
On Iliade aliada alta 359362
359
On tbe repetition of verbs and on the combination of certain verbs 362
362

On primitive nominal bases 198
198
On secondary nominal bases 200
200
On compound bases 207
207
On verbal declinable bases 218
218
On pronouns 222242
222
On adjective 242 261
242
On numerals 251260
251
XTI On adverbs again 260300
260
On comparison 376
376
On syntax 380432
380
On words corrupted from Samskrita 432
432
On tbe doubling of consonants 439
439
On a number of words contained in varions places of the Sabdnusasana 442
442
Index 457478
457
Corrections and Additions 479
479
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