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INTRODUCTION I Traditional Telugu Grammars
Tikkana His Unique Place in Telugu Literature
Compounds in Dravidian Languages
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abhasa According adjectives aluk compounds Asva Atharvana avyayibhava B.V. sandhi bahuvrihi case-suffix Chapter classified combination compound forms compounds in Sanskrit compounds in Telugu corresponding Sanskrit Desi Dravidian languages dropped dvandva dvandva compounds dvigu dvigu compounds elephant endocentric enter into compound examples given exocentric constructions final constituent following constituent following examples formation of compounds head Hence Ibid inflected stem initial consonant initial constituent Kannada karmadharaya Ketana language limiting adjective lotus Madras Maha Mahabharata matup meaning Nannaya nasal noun oblique participle parvamu Peddana phrases plural marker pounds pratyaya prior member re-duplicated recognised regarded as compounds root Sanskrit compounds Sanskrit grammar Sanskrit words second I.C. second inflected second stem sharp arrows singular number Sri Venkateswara University stand initially suffix Suri Svar Svarga Tamil tatpurusa Telugu compounds Telugu grammarians Telugu language Telugu word Tikkana tion tive traditional grammarians translated type of compounds usages V.V. Hal visesa vowel