Wwwverb and their meaning in marathi


There was also the problem of deciding whether old case forms like the locative should be designated as adverbs or as locatives of nouns. For some of these doubtful points it was not possible to follow a consistent policy. This dictionary is limited in its scope, but should be useful for the beginning student of Marathi.

This volume has been made possible through the cooperation of several institutions and a number of individuals. The project was financed by the U. Office of Education through a contract with the University of Pennsylvania.

It was administered in India by the American Institute of Indian Studies, and the research was conducted under the auspices of the Deccan College, Poona. We are grateful to all these organizations for their help and cooperation.

Special thanks are due to Dr. Petrov of the Office of Education, Dr. Limbert of the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Ghatage of the Deccan College. Special thanks are due to Ku. Nandini Nimbkar whose competent assistance considerbly lightened the task of checking and cross-checking and to Dr. Karve for his invaluable help in proofreading. The demanding task of bilingual typing was done by Shri. Printing was done by C. Latkar of the Kalpana Mudranalaya.

However, if two words are identical except that one has an anusvar and one does not, the one without the anusvar comes first. A conjunct consonant follows the full consonant and its complete vowel series. This seemed preferable to giving the grammatically more exact but awkward adjectival equivalents. To help the beginning student we have tried to give other grammatical information besides the part of speech of each word.

Irregular verbs are noted, as well as the subclass of feminine nouns. Derivational affixes are also given as separate entries. For some words, phrases in which they occur have also been given. In determining the part of speech for some words, we had some problems.

It is sometimes difficult, for instance, to distinguish between an invariant adjective and an adverb. Similarly, it is difficult to decide whether some words are adjectives or nouns. There was also the problem of deciding whether old case forms like the locative should be designated as adverbs or as locatives of nouns. For some of these doubtful points it was not possible to follow a consistent policy. This dictionary is limited in its scope, but should be useful for the beginning student of Marathi.

This volume has been made possible through the cooperation of several institutions and a number of individuals. The project was financed by the U. Office of Education through a contract with the University of Pennsylvania. It was administered in India by the American Institute of Indian Studies, and the research was conducted under the auspices of the Deccan College, Poona. We are grateful to all these organizations for their help and cooperation.

Special thanks are due to Dr. Petrov of the Office of Education, Dr. Limbert of the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Ghatage of the Deccan College.