कागद

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Persian کاغذ (kâğaz), from Sogdian 𐼸𐼰𐼲𐼹𐼰 (kʾγδʾ), 𐫞𐫀𐫄𐫔𐫀 (qʾɣδʾ). Compare to Gujarati કાગળ (kāgaḷ), Hindi काग़ज़ (kāġaz).

Noun[edit]

कागद (kāgadm

  1. paper

Declension[edit]

Declension of कागद (kāgad)
direct
singular
कागद
kāgad
direct
plural
कागद
kāgad
singular plural
nominative कागद
kāgad
कागद
kāgad
oblique कागदा-
kāgdā-
कागदां-
kāgdāN-
dative कागदाला
kāgdālā
कागदांना
kāgdāNnā
ergative कागदाने
kāgdāne
कागदांनी
kāgdāNni
instrumental कागदाशी
kāgdāśi
कागदांशी
kāgdāNśi
locative कागदात
kāgdāt
कागदांत
kāgdāNt
vocative कागदा
kāgdā
कागदांनो
kāgdāNno
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 कागद
masculine object feminine object neuter object oblique
singular plural singular plural singular* plural
singular subject कागदाचा
kāgdāċā
कागदाचे
kāgdāce
कागदाची
kāgdāci
कागदाच्या
kāgdāca
कागदाचे, कागदाचं
kāgdāce, kāgdāċa
कागदाची
kāgdāci
कागदाच्या
kāgdāca
plural subject कागदांचा
kāgdāNċā
कागदांचे
kāgdāNce
कागदांची
kāgdāNci
कागदांच्या
kāgdāNca
कागदांचे, कागदांचं
kāgdāNce, kāgdāNċa
कागदांची
kāgdāNci
कागदांच्या
kāgdāNca
* 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.

References[edit]


Rajasthani[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Persian کاغذ (kâğaz). Compare to Hindi काग़ज़ (kāġaz).

Noun[edit]

कागद (kāgad?

  1. paper
  2. letter

References[edit]

  • Bhanwar Lal Suthar and Sukhveer Singh Gahlot (1998), Rajasthani-Hindi-English Dictionary, page 58. Jodhpur: Bharat Printers (Press).