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Pali Day by Day 05/03/2003 [A094]

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  • Ong Yong Peng
    Pali Primer Exercise 6 Translate into Pali 3. The fisherman brings fish to the king s palace. dhiivaro / aaharati / macche / bhuupaalassa / paasaada.m Dhiivaro
    Message 1 of 1247 , May 3, 2003
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      Pali Primer Exercise 6

      Translate into Pali

      3. The fisherman brings fish to the king's palace.
      dhiivaro / aaharati / macche / bhuupaalassa / paasaada.m
      Dhiivaro macche bhuupaalassa paasaada.m aaharati.

      4. The king calls the minsters' sons from the palace.
      bhuupaalo / pakkosati / amaccaana.m / putte / paasaadamhaa
      Bhuupaalo paasaadamhaa amaccaana.m putte pakkosati.

      5. The merchant's chariot falls from the mountain.
      vaa.nijassa / ratho / patati / pabbatasmaa
      Vaa.nijassa ratho pabbatasmaa patati.
    • Dhivan Thomas Jones
      Hello Jayarava and friends, In Norman s translation of the Dhammapada, in his note for v.259, he directs the reader s attention to verses 8, 128, 168, 172 and
      Message 1247 of 1247 , Jul 4, 2011
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        Hello Jayarava and friends,

        In Norman's translation of the Dhammapada, in his note for v.259, he directs the reader's attention to verses 8, 128, 168, 172 and 177, where there is the same consonant doubling of p before na as in v.259 (pamajjati to nappamajjati) after what he calls the 'proclitic' use of na. So the formation seems to be a regular phonological feature in Pali.

        Dhivan

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