Difference between revisions of "iGgya"

From Sanskrita
Jump to: navigation, search
 
Line 25: Line 25:
 
<html><div id="type3"></html>
 
<html><div id="type3"></html>
  
mfn. movible desde su lugar ( en el Prātiśākhyas un término para aquellas palabras o más bien partes de una palabra compuesta la cual en ciertas operaciones gramaticales puede estar separada de su parte precedente ), una palabra que en la Pada-pāṭha está dividida por [[avagraha |avagraha]] o una marca de cf. RPrāt. cf. APrāt.   
+
mfn. movible desde su lugar ( en el Prātiśākhyas un término para aquellas palabras o más bien partes de una palabra compuesta que en ciertas operaciones gramaticales puede estar separada de su parte precedente ), una palabra que en la Pada-pāṭha está dividida por [[avagraha |''avagraha'']] o una marca de tmesis, RPrāt. APrāt.   
  
 
<html></div></html>
 
<html></div></html>
Line 37: Line 37:
 
<html><div id="type3"></html>
 
<html><div id="type3"></html>
  
mfn. movable from its place ( in the Prātiśākhyas a term for those words or rather parts of a compound word which in certain grammatical operations may be separated from the preceding part ), a word which in the Pada-pāṭha is divided by the [[avagraha |avagraha]] or mark of tmesis cf. RPrāt. cf. APrāt.   
+
mfn. movable from its place ( in the Prātiśākhyas a term for those words or rather parts of a compound word which in certain grammatical operations may be separated from the preceding part ), a word which in the Pada-pāṭha is divided by the [[avagraha |avagraha]] or mark of tmesis, RPrāt. APrāt.   
  
 
<html></div></html>
 
<html></div></html>
Line 55: Line 55:
 
sk="a"
 
sk="a"
 
en="b"
 
en="b"
es="a"
+
es="a, b,"
 
> -->
 
> -->

Latest revision as of 18:09, 6 November 2009

iGgya
Dhātu:
Dhātupāṭha:

Related Sanskrit Words:

Derived Words in Other Languages:

English:
Español:
Pratyaya:


इङ्ग्य

iṅgya [ iGgya ]

mfn. movable from its place ( in the Prātiśākhyas a term for those words or rather parts of a compound word which in certain grammatical operations may be separated from the preceding part ), a word which in the Pada-pāṭha is divided by the avagraha or mark of tmesis, RPrāt. APrāt.