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Comparison of Bhojpuri
Comparison of Nominal Declension
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According to Chatterji adjective affix Apabhramsa Aryan Aryan language Assamese assimilated Awadhi became Bengali and Hindi Bengali forms Bengali Language Bhojpuri and Bengali Bhojpuri and Hindi Bhojpuri forms Bihari dekhle dekhue derived from OIA diphthongisation Eastern feminine found in Bengali found in Bhojpuri gender distinction genitive grammatical gender Grierson Gujrati hamar Hindi forms honorific including Bhojpuri inflected influence initial syllables intervocal linguistic locative Magadhan languages Magadhan speeches Magadhi Apabhramsa Magadhi Prakrit Maithili Marathi masculine Middle Bengali nasal nasalisation neuter NIA languages NIA speeches noun oblique form Old Bengali Origin and Development originated from OIA Oriya Passive Participle past base past tense post-position Present Participle preserved Punjabi Rajasthani root sabh sanhi Sanskrit Sauraseni Second person inf second person inferior Second person pl sibilant Sindhi Singular Plural Nominative standard Bhojpuri stop or aspirate stress suffix tatsama third person sg vide The Origin vowels Western Hindi Western Magadhan words