A Grammer of the Hindústání Language: In the Oriental and Roman Character, with Numerous Copper-plate Illus. of the Persian and Devanágarí Systems of Alphabetic Writing, to which is Added, a Copious Selection of Easy Extracts for Reading, in the Persi-Arabic and Devanágarí Characters, Forming a Complete Introd. to the Totá-Kahání and Bágh-o-bahár, Together with a Vocabulary and Various Explanatory Notes
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accusative added adjective Adverbial Participle adverbs agent alif alphabet aorist apnd Arabic Bagh o Bahar beat beaten boltd called compound verbs conjunction consonant dative declension denote Devanagari diphthong dots ending English expressed fatha feminine frequently gender genitive govern Grammar grammarians hence Hindi Hindustani language idiomatically imperative indefinite infinitive inflection karnd kdld Lastly Latin letter manner mard mark masculine nouns mdrnd mode Musalman neuter nominative plural oblique occur omitted particle passive voice past participle peculiarity Persian character PERSONAL PRONOUNS PLATE post-position preceding prepositions present participle Roman character root rule Sanskrit sentence signifies singular sometimes sound speak spiritus lenis student subject to inflection substantive Syntax tenses termination thou transitive verb wdld written