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A New Grammar of the Persian Tongue for the Use of Schools and Colleges - Page 7
by Sorabshaw Byramji Doctor - 1875 - 84 pages
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The Orientalist's Grammatical Vade-mecum: Being an Easy Introduction to the ...

Alexander Faulkner - Gujarati language - 1853 - 112 pages
...A** is placed over the Vowels j waw and w ye', and indicates that the syllable in which it occurs, is to be considered as distinct from the syllable which precedes" it; as. &)[**• jawin. ^^pai. TASHDID ( ~ ) <Xj <xj This sign indicates that the Consonant over which it...
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The Orientalist's Grammatical Vade-mecum: Being an Easy Introduction to the ...

Alexander Faulkner - Gujarati language - 1853 - 112 pages
...*A ia placed over the Vowels j waw and ^ ye, and indicates that the syllable in which it occurs, ia to be considered as distinct from the syllable which precedes it; as. (i^jawjn. u^paiTASHDID (_T_) <*i <*• This sign indicates that the Consonant over which it is...
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The Persian Primer, Being an Elementary Treatise on Grammar, with Exercises

Sorabshaw Byramji Doctor - Persian language - 1879 - 94 pages
...jazm, and ^ wasld. Madddh above an 1 gives it a broad and long sound. Hamzd is placed over 3 and u* and points out that the syllable in which they occur...considered as distinct from the syllable which precedes it. .Tashdld shows that the consonant over which it is placed must be doubled. Tanwin is that in which...
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