𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀅

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Etymology edit

Inherited from Sanskrit ΰ€¨ΰ€ͺΰ₯ΰ€€ΰ₯ƒ (nΓ‘ptαΉ›)[1] (compare ΰ€¨ΰ€ͺΰ€Ύΰ€€ΰ₯ (nΓ‘pāt)) + Middle Indo-Aryan -𑀓- (-ka-). Cognate with Pali nattar.

Noun edit

𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀅 (αΉ‡attua)Β m (Devanagari ΰ€£ΰ€€ΰ₯ΰ€€ΰ₯ΰ€…)

  1. grandson
    Synonym: 𑀧𑁄𑀒𑁆𑀒 (pŏtta)

Declension edit

Maharastri declension of 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀅 (masculine)
singular plural
Nominative 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀑 (αΉ‡attuo) 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆 (αΉ‡attuā)
Accusative 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀅𑀁 (αΉ‡attuaαΉƒ) 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏 (αΉ‡attue) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆 (αΉ‡attuā)
Instrumental 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏𑀑 (αΉ‡attueαΉ‡a) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏𑀑𑀁 (αΉ‡attueαΉ‡aαΉƒ) 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏𑀳𑀺 (αΉ‡attuehi) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏𑀳𑀺𑀁 (αΉ‡attuehiαΉƒ)
Dative 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆𑀅 (αΉ‡attuāa) β€”
Ablative 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆𑀑 (αΉ‡attuāo) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆𑀉 (αΉ‡attuāu) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆 (αΉ‡attuā) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆𑀳𑀺 (αΉ‡attuāhi) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆𑀳𑀺𑀁𑀒𑁄 (αΉ‡attuāhiαΉƒto) β€”
Genitive 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀅𑀲𑁆𑀲 (αΉ‡attuassa) 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆𑀑 (αΉ‡attuāṇa) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆𑀑𑀁 (αΉ‡attuāṇaαΉƒ)
Locative 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀅𑀫𑁆𑀫𑀺 (αΉ‡attuammi) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏 (αΉ‡attue) 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏𑀲𑀼 (αΉ‡attuesu) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀏𑀲𑀼𑀁 (αΉ‡attuesuαΉƒ)
Vocative 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀅 (αΉ‡attua) or 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆 (αΉ‡attuā) 𑀑𑀒𑁆𑀒𑀼𑀆 (αΉ‡attuā)

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References edit

  1. ^ Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), β€œnΓ‘ptrΜ₯”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press, pageΒ 400

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