हत्ती

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EtymologyEdit

पुल्लिंग (pulliṅg): हत्ती m (hattī)
स्त्रीलिंग (strīliṅg): हत्तीण f (hattīṇ)

From Old Marathi 𑘮𑘰𑘝𑘲 (hātī), 𑘮𑘰𑘞𑘲 (hāthī), from Maharastri Prakrit 𑀳𑀢𑁆𑀣𑀺 (hatthi), from Sanskrit हस्तिन् (hastin). Cognate with Gujarati હાથી (hāthī), Hindi हाथी (hāthī).

NounEdit

हत्ती (hattīm

  1. elephant
  2. (chess) rook or castle

DeclensionEdit

Declension of हत्ती (hattī)
direct
singular
हत्ती
hattī
direct
plural
हत्ती
hatti
singular plural
nominative हत्ती
hattī
हत्ती
hatti
oblique हत्ती-
hatti-
हत्तीं-
hattiN-
dative हत्तीला
hattilā
हत्तींना
hattiNnā
ergative हत्तीने
hattine
हत्तींनी
hattiNni
instrumental हत्तीशी
hattiśi
हत्तींशी
hattiNśi
locative हत्तीत
hattit
हत्तींत
hattiNt
vocative हत्ती
hatti
हत्तींनो
hattiNno
Oblique Note: The oblique case precedes all postpositions.
There is no space between the stem and the postposition.
Dative Note: -स (-sa) is archaic. -ते (-te) is limited to literary usage.
Locative Note: -त (-ta) is a postposition.
Genitive declension of हत्ती
masculine object feminine object neuter object oblique
singular plural singular plural singular* plural
singular subject हत्तीचा
hattiċā
हत्तीचे
hattice
हत्तीची
hattici
हत्तीच्या
hattica
हत्तीचे, हत्तीचं
hattice, hattiċa
हत्तीची
hattici
हत्तीच्या
hattica
plural subject हत्तींचा
hattiNċā
हत्तींचे
hattiNce
हत्तींची
hattiNci
हत्तींच्या
hattiNca
हत्तींचे, हत्तींचं
hattiNce, hattiNċa
हत्तींची
hattiNci
हत्तींच्या
hattiNca
* Note: Word-final (e) in neuter words is alternatively written with the anusvara and pronounced as (a).
Oblique Note: For most postpostions, the oblique genitive can be optionally inserted between the stem and the postposition.

ReferencesEdit

  • Maxine Berntsen (1982-1983), “हत्ती”, in A Basic Marathi-English Dictionary, New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies
  • James Thomas Molesworth (1857), “हत्ती”, in A dictionary, Marathi and English, Bombay: Printed for government at the Bombay Education Society's Press
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “hastín (14039)”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press