माती

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Marathi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Marathi माती (mātī), from Sanskrit मृत्तिका (mṛttikā). Compare Gujarati માટી (māṭī), Hindi माटी (māṭī).

Noun[edit]

माती (mātīf

  1. soil, earth

Declension[edit]

Declension of माती (mātī)
direct
singular
माती
mātī
direct
plural
मात्या
mātyā
singular plural
nominative माती
mātī
मात्या
mātyā
oblique माती-
māti-
मात्यां-
mātyāN-
dative मातीला
mātilā
मात्यांना
mātyāNnā
ergative मातीने
mātine
मात्यांनी
mātyāNni
instrumental मातीशी
mātiśi
मात्यांशी
mātyāNśi
locative मातीत
mātit
मात्यांत
mātyāNt
vocative माती
māti
मात्यांनो
mātyāNno
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 माती
masculine object feminine object neuter object oblique
singular plural singular plural singular* plural
singular subject मातीचा
mātiċā
मातीचे
mātice
मातीची
mātici
मातीच्या
mātica
मातीचे, मातीचं
mātice, mātiċa
मातीची
mātici
मातीच्या
mātica
plural subject मात्यांचा
mātyāNċā
मात्यांचे
mātyāNce
मात्यांची
mātyāNci
मात्यांच्या
mātyāNca
मात्यांचे, मात्यांचं
mātyāNce, mātyāNċa
मात्यांची
mātyāNci
मात्यांच्या
mātyāNca
* 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]

  • Berntsen, Maxine, “माती”, in A Basic Marathi-English Dictionary, New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies, 1982-1983.
  • Molesworth, James Thomas, “माती”, in A dictionary, Marathi and English, Bombay: Printed for government at the Bombay Education Society's Press, 1857.
  • Tulpule, Shankar Gopal; Feldhaus, Anne, “माती”, in A Dictionary of Old Marathi, Mumbai: Popular Prakashan, 1999.
  • Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985) , “mŕ̊ttikā”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press.