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Origin of Apabhramsa Three levels of the Vedic speech 1
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absolutive aggi aggi-hi Apabhramsa language Apbh dialects Apbh forms Apbh language Apbh verb Ardhamagadhi Awadhi Bajjika bala-hi beginning of Hindi bhasa Bihari language case-endings conditional mood conjugation conjunct consonants dark period declension developed early Apbh end of Apbh eppi eppinu evinu fallen form of Apbh gender gradually grammar Hemacanda Hindi husband ijja Indeclinables infinitive inflexional kanta kanta-ha kantu kar-e kar-i kara-hu karihi kavana later literary locative forms long vowels lost Magadhi Maithili masc metre modal forms modern vernaculars nasal nasalisation neuter numbers older form optative paitthi palatalised Pali passive base passive construction passive force past participles past tense periphrastic popular language postpositions Prakrit preceding vowel present participles pronominal pronouns rare regional variations represents Sanskrit grammarians semivowels short vowels shortened sibilants spoken form subjunctive suffixes syntax taru taru-hi texts Tirhut division typical Apbh usual phonetic change Vedic language vocative voiced vowei words ending