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Extended Sanskrit Grammar and the classification of words

Abstract : The general aim of this study is to present the way in which some word classifications elaborated for Sanskrit were extended to languages other than Sanskrit and to lay stress upon what the cases under study here teach us regarding Extended Sanskrit Grammar. The study concentrates mainly on classi-fications of nouns in two grammars: Reverend Adam’s Hindee Grammar for the instruction of the young in the form of easy questions and answers (1827) and Kovu৆৆i NeduৄgƗঌi’s KƝraۜa KaumudƯ(1878), two works which provide a sufficiently ample space for reflection
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Emilie Aussant. Extended Sanskrit Grammar and the classification of words. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Sprachwissenschaft, Nodus, 2020, Extended Grammars, pp.9-22. ⟨hal-02614004⟩

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