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- In Sanskrit, verbs are associated with ten different forms of usage. Of these six relate to the tenses and four relate to moods. We shall examine the usages now.
- Sanskrit Verb Argument Valence: A Computational Analysis
- Special Centre for Sanskrit Studies, Jawaharlal. Nehru University, New Delhi. Abstract.
- Sanskrit Verb Morphology
- Sanskrit verb forms are derived, as traditional analysis follows, from verb roots.
- Chapter 3 Morphological Analysis of Sanskrit Verb Forms
- 94. Chapter 3. Morphological Analysis of Sanskrit Verb Forms.
- An Introduction to Sanskrit : Unit – II
- 3öEú itñNt;” (Verbs) : The roots and (stems) of a few more Sanskrit verbs are listed below. adß ùadßú to eat asß ùasßú to be avß ùavú protect.
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- Sanskrit verbs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Sanskrit verbal system is very complex, with verbs inflecting for different combinations of tense, aspect, mood, number, and person.
- The Sanskrit Heritage Site
- 4 days ago This site provides tools for Sanskrit processing: dictionary search, entries, preverbs lead you to the correspondingly prefixed derived verbs.
- Sanskrit Documents List: Learning Tools
- AkhyAntachandrikA is a thesaurus for verbs in Sanskrit compiled on the same line of amarakosha for nouns.
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