See also: तू, तॄ, and ते
Devanagari t.svg
U+0924, त
DEVANAGARI LETTER TA

[U+0923]
Devanagari
[U+0925]

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PronunciationEdit

LetterEdit

(ta)

  1. A letter of the Devanagari alphabet.

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HindiEdit

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(ta)

  1. the sixteenth consonant in Hindi

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MarathiEdit

PronunciationEdit

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(ta)

  1. The fifteenth consonant in Marathi.

NepaliEdit

PronunciationEdit

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(ta)

  1. The sixteenth consonant in Nepali.

ParticleEdit

(ta)

  1. Particle with slight adversative or contrasting force: then, now

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

  1. (demonstrative) Devanagari script form of ta ("that")
    • c. 500 AD, Kaccāyana, Pālivyākaraṇaṃ [Pali Grammar]‎[1] (in Pali), page 4; republished as Satish Chandra Acharyya Vidyabhusana, editor, Kaccayana's Pali Grammar (edited in Devanagari character and translated into English), Calcutta, Bengal: Mahabodhi Society, 1901:
      तेसं खो व्यञ्जनानं ककारादयो मकारन्ता पञ्चपञ्चसो अक्खरवन्तो वग्गा नाम होन्ति।
      Tesaṃ kho vyañjanānaṃ kakārādayo makārantā pañcapañcaso akkharavanto vaggā nāma honti.
      From 'k' to 'm' of these very consonants are five by five divisions (called such) of consonants.

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Usage notesEdit

The case form तद् is only used before vowels and as the prefixed combining form. Before vowels, the halant and independent vowel coalesce to the corresponding dependent vowel.

PronounEdit

 m

  1. Devanagari script form of ta ("he, it")

DeclensionEdit

As for the adjective.

PronounEdit

 n

  1. Devanagari script form of ta ("it")
    • c. 500 AD, Kaccāyana, Pālivyākaraṇaṃ [Pali Grammar]‎[2] (in Pali), page 250; republished as Satish Chandra Acharyya Vidyabhusana, editor, Kaccayana's Pali Grammar (edited in Devanagari character and translated into English), Calcutta, Bengal: Mahabodhi Society, 1901:
      अथ सब्बासं विभत्तीनं यानि यानि पुब्बानि छ पदानि तानि तानि परस्सपदसञ्ञानि होन्ति।
      Atha sabbāsaṃ vibhattīnaṃ yāni yāni pubbāni cha padāni, tāni tāni parassapadasaññāni honti.
      Then whatever are the first six endings of all the endings, they are called the active endings.

DeclensionEdit

As for the adjective.