A grammar of the Teloogoo language, commonly termed the by Alexander Duncan Campbell

By Alexander Duncan Campbell

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Adding aga, the inf. sentence docs not differ, 4 as in Sans. 1 of ddel to become, to the dative the dative case formed of declension in otherwise than as here noticed, from the Telugu. cu. by The NOTE TO THE INTRODUCTION. In the following short sentence and exactly with the southern 123 all 27 similar constructions the Sanscrit agrees dialects. SANSCRIT. 4 Tasya bahu djianam esti. 1234 TRANSLATION. " He or possesses, much hath wealth, " or, nearer in Latin, : llli multa res est. TELUGU. 4 3 2 > r, Vaniki bahu djianam unnctdi- CANNADI.

2,4,7 is differing. of Sans, composed is Cannadi to die. yathd as and 6 the 7th case formed by is marked verbs the adjunct alii j the genitive form of naracam. 7 place, united to naracada Sans, a from crude and adjiica excessive, noun, adverbially the past tense agavadu verbal noun hodeyel The as in Tel. 1 3. the gen. a preposition and is signifying compound used the is gerund of from the himself. 3 the gen. ofmanadu, dgi 11 as in Tel. ; plu. of the mannas mind, from the Sans, b the beating, instead of the inf.

Corruptions, . VERSE. " Such Tenugu words Gramyam terms in poetry, unless, for example, ; these as as are lose commonly some of their in abusive language, used by rustic folk regular letters the use are known as and are not found of them cannot be avoided, NOTE TOTHE INTRODUCTION. " In tsustdda for tsutsutsunndda are Grainy am istdd'a for ; the and direct rejecting : this ; of Sanscrit derivation of what remains operation, the exception of with for, derivatives is by due some necessary to authority, the pure native and tongue teaches, and words from tbe Sanscrit, is the the great body.

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