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ablative accent adverbs ancient Apabhramsa Arabic Aryan Assamese Basq Basque Bengali Biharl Brahman Burma Burmese called case-endings century A.D. character Chinese Committee Compare compound connexion consonant dative declension dialects Dravidian East Eastern Hindi Edouard Chavannes Emperor English genitive grammar Gujarati Gurjaras Hausa Havret Hindu Hu-ri-jee India Indo-Aryan Vernaculars Institution Islam Kadu Kasmiri Khowar king Kolarian Lahnda Legge literary literature living locative London Lord Magadhi Prakrit Malay Marathi means metre Midland Modern Pisaca languages Moslems Muhammadan Mundari Musalman MVyut north-west nouns Oriental Studies origin Oriya Outer languages Panjab Persian phonetic Pisaca poem poet poetry possess postposition prefix pronounced pronunciation Rajasthani Russians Saeki Sanskrit Santali School of Oriental Secondary Prakrits Shan Sindhi sound speech spoken suffix supplied in margin Swahili syllable tatsamas Tibeto-Burman tongue translation tribe University Urdu verb verse vocabulary vowel Western words written