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Re: [Pali] Voc Plural used with Personal Name

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  • Nina van Gorkom
    Dear Alan and Bryan, ... N: I have met this more often. For example in MIII, sutta 128 Upakkilesasutta: Anuruddhas, Anuruddha and companions, namely Ven.
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 4, 2010
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      Dear Alan and Bryan,
      Op 3-aug-2010, om 23:44 heeft Bryan Levman het volgende geschreven:

      > I think you're referring to Warder, Introduction to Pali, 3rd
      > edition, 2001,
      > page 165, footnote 4, where the Buddha addresses Vaase.t.tha in the
      > voc. plural
      > as Vaase.t.thaa, as he hs referring to both Vaase.t.thaa and
      > Bhaaradvaaja (DN
      > iii, 81).
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      N: I have met this more often. For example in MIII, sutta 128
      Upakkilesasutta: Anuruddhas, Anuruddha and companions, namely Ven.
      Nandiya and KImbila."I hope things are going well with you,
      Anuruddhas..."

      Nina.



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