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" The palatal letters ^ ch and *lj have the sound of ch in 'church* and ofj in 'join.' 5. The lingual letters are said to be pronounced by bringing the lower surface of the tongue against the roof of the palate. As a matter of fact the ordinary pronunciation... "
A Sanskrit grammar for beginners - Page 8
by Max Muller - 1866
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A Sanskrit grammar for beginners: in devanâgarî and roman letters throughout

Friedrich Max Müller - Sanskrit language - 1866 - 307 pages
...of the tongue against the roof of the palate. As a matter of fact the ordinary pronunciation of t, d, n in English is what Hindus would call lingual,...dentals by their linguals, not by their own dentals ; eg fiX<^4t Direkfar, 'N<!*kl<^ Gavarnmant, &c. * 6. The Yisarga, JihvdmuUya and Upadhmdniya are not now...
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Handbooks for the Study of Sanskrit, Volume 4

Friedrich Max Müller - Sanskrit language - 1866
...of the tongue against the roof of the palate. As a matter of fact the ordinary pronunciation of t, d, n in English is what Hindus would call lingual,...represent the English dentals by their linguals, not by then1 own dentals ; eg fiii^jt. Direktar, JN4*Ul^ Gavdrnmant, &c. * 6. The Visarga, Jihvdmuliya and...
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A Sanskrit Grammar for Beginners: In Devanagari and Roman Letters Throughout

Friedrich Max Müller - Sanskrit language - 1870 - 300 pages
...of the tongue against the roof of the palate. As a matter of fact the ordinary pronunciation of t, d, n in English is what Hindus would call lingual,...natives naturally represent the English dentals by their linguale, not by their own dentals ; eg fiX*!^ Direktor, JNH*ŰK4 Gavarnmenf, &c. * 6. The Visarga,...
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A Bángáli primer in roman character

John Frederick Browne - 1881 - 31 pages
...inkhorn. Ph, however, is pronounced like / in the English language. (c.) The undotted d is pronounced by bringing the tip of the tongue against the very edge of the upper teeth; the dotted d is pronounced like the English d. (d.) The vowel e is pronounced like e in the...
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A Hindi Primer in Roman Character

J. F. Browne - Hindi language - 1882 - 52 pages
...Ph, however, is pronounced like / in the English language. (c.) The undotted d and t are pronounced by bringing the tip of the tongue against the very edge of the upper teeth. The dotted d and t are pronounced like the English d and t. (d.) The vowel e is pronounced like...
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A Grammar of the Kannada Language: Comprising the Three Dialects of the ...

Ferdinand Kittel - Kannada language - 1993 - 483 pages
...tí, ż. e. o, (see § 39). &>. la. This letter has the sound of the English letter 1 that is formed by bringing the tip of the tongue against the very edge of the upper front teeth, and pronouncing the Kannada letter '-'' (a) after it. (The Kannada letter sJ has neither...
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