व्याकरण

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Hindi[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit व्याकरण (vyākaraṇa, analysis, grammar)

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

व्याकरण (vyākaraṇm (Urdu spelling ویاکرن)

  1. grammar

Derived terms[edit]


Marathi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit व्याकरण (vyākaraṇa, analysis, grammar)

Noun[edit]

व्याकरण (vyākaraṇn

  1. grammar

Sanskrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

वि (, apart) +‎ आकर (ākará, one who scatters) +‎ -न (-na)

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Vedic) IPA(key): /ʋjɑː.kɐ.ɽɐ.ɳɐm/
  • (Classical) IPA(key): /ˈʋjɑː.kɐ.ɽɐ.ɳɐm/
  • Noun[edit]

    व्याकरण (vyākaraṇan

    1. separation, distinction, discrimination
    2. explanation, detailed description
    3. manifestation, revelation
    4. prediction, prophecy
    5. development, creation
    6. (grammar) grammatical analysis, grammar
    7. (grammar) grammatical correctness, polished or accurate language
    8. the sound of a bow-string

    Inflection[edit]

    Neuter a-stem declension of व्याकरण
    Nom. sg. व्याकरणम् (vyākaraṇam)
    Gen. sg. व्याकरणस्य (vyākaraṇasya)
    Singular Dual Plural
    Nominative व्याकरणम् (vyākaraṇam) व्याकरणे (vyākaraṇe) व्याकरणानि (vyākaraṇāni)
    Vocative व्याकरण (vyākaraṇa) व्याकरणे (vyākaraṇe) व्याकरणानि (vyākaraṇāni)
    Accusative व्याकरणम् (vyākaraṇam) व्याकरणे (vyākaraṇe) व्याकरणानि (vyākaraṇāni)
    Instrumental व्याकरणेन (vyākaraṇena) व्याकरणाभ्याम् (vyākaraṇābhyām) व्याकरणैः (vyākaraṇaiḥ)
    Dative व्याकरणाय (vyākaraṇāya) व्याकरणाभ्याम् (vyākaraṇābhyām) व्याकरणेभ्यः (vyākaraṇebhyaḥ)
    Ablative व्याकरणात् (vyākaraṇāt) व्याकरणाभ्याम् (vyākaraṇābhyām) व्याकरणेभ्यः (vyākaraṇebhyaḥ)
    Genitive व्याकरणस्य (vyākaraṇasya) व्याकरणयोः (vyākaraṇayoḥ) व्याकरणानाम् (vyākaraṇānām)
    Locative व्याकरणे (vyākaraṇe) व्याकरणयोः (vyākaraṇayoḥ) व्याकरणेषु (vyākaraṇeṣu)


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    References[edit]

    • Sir Monier Monier-Williams (1898) A Sanskrit-English dictionary etymologically and philologically arranged with special reference to cognate Indo-European languages, Oxford: Clarendon Press, page 1035/3