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Re: [Pali] Re: Saddaniiti XXV: 869 (pa.thamapuriso)

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  • Nina van Gorkom
    Venerable Pandita, Thank you very much, it is clear now. Warder lesson 28 deals with the reflexive or middle conjugation, attanopada. With respect, Nina. ...
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      Venerable Pandita,
      Thank you very much, it is clear now. Warder lesson 28 deals with the
      reflexive or middle conjugation, attanopada.

      With respect,
      Nina.
      Op 2-dec-2009, om 7:43 heeft ashinpan het volgende geschreven:

      > In classical Pali grammars, content is treated as the locus
      > (location) of the language that refers to it. So "havin the same
      > substratum" means that both "puriso" and "pacati" have the same
      > location, i.e., the same referent.
      >
      > > N: Looking at the locative paciiyate and gacchiiyate, is this a
      > > absolute locative , like in Latin an absolute ablative? It
      > usually is
      > > in the genetive. But does the extra i not denote a passive?
      > > When (or because) the man cookes the rice, when (or because) the man
      > > goes to the village?
      >
      > Both these words are not nouns but only conjugated passive verbs
      > with 3rd pers. sing. attanopada endings.



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