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
Comprising the three dialects of the language (ancient. Medieval and modern)
 

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Contents

Introductory observations
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On the form of the signs that are used as Letters Alphabet etc 422
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On roots or verbal themes 2229
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On declinable bases Declension 2987
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On verbs 88163
88
On adverbs eto 164169
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Euphonic junction of letters 170185
170
Particulars of some letters also in prosody 185198
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On the repetition of nouns pronouns adjectives numerals adverbs interjections and imitative sounds 300311
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On the expression of other on the article and on the expression of only alone 311314
311
On additional tenseforms of the verb 314330
314
On 80called auxiliary verbs 330342
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On eitheror neithernor whetheror thethe asas for namely as follows what is that? what happened ? in this manner as 80 how much80 much how man...
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On the verbs on and an 352359
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On illadě alladě altu 359362
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On the repetition of verbs and on the combination of certain verbs 362376
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On primitive nominal bases 198200
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On secondary nominal bases 200207
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On compound bases 207218
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On verbal declinable bases 218222
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On pronouns 222242
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On adjectives 242251
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On numerals 251260
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On adverbs again 260300
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On comparison 376
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On syntax 380432
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On words corrupted from Samskrita 432
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On the doubling of consonants 439442
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On a number of words contained in various places of the ŠabdÔnušÔsana 442456
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Index 457478
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Corrections and Additions 479483
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