A Comparative Grammar of the Sanskrit Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German and Sclavonic Languages ebook
by Professor F. Bopp,Lieutenant Eastwick
But that which, in Sanskrit, signifies " this," means also, for the most part, "that. the Sanskrit universally the distinction of having preserved its original . Перевод: Edward Backhouse Eastwick.
But that which, in Sanskrit, signifies " this," means also, for the most part, "that. Встречается в книгах (9) с 1845 по 1874 the Sanskrit universally the distinction of having preserved its original character : I have, on the contrary, often noticed, in the earlier portions of this work, and also in my System of Conjugation, and in the Annals of Oriental Literature for the year 1820, that the Sanskrit has, in many points, experienced alterations where one or other of the European sister idioms.
Bopp, Franz, 1791-1867; Eastwick, Edward Backhouse, 1814-1883. Robarts - University of Toronto.
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A Sanskrit Grammar for BeginnersIn Devanagari and Roman Letters Throughoutby F. Max Müller. The Numeral-WordsTheir Origin, Meaning, History and Lessonby Melius de Villiers.
BT Professor f. bopp. Translated from the german by edward b. eastvvick, .
Originally published in 1854.
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As in Latin gutturals very often stand for labials, eg, in quinque for pinque (. Стр. 1173 - Observe that the ordinary accusative also occasionally expresses the relation of the cause or of the object; as, Bhagavad Gita, XVI.
As in Latin gutturals very often stand for labials, eg, in quinque for pinque (§. 31., coquo for poquo (Sanscrit pach, from pak, "to cook"), so, perhaps, the c of c6ram might be taken as the representative of p, and the whole word be referred to the class of words which, in Sanscrit, Zend, an. Встречается в книгах (4) с 1853 по 1985.