A Grammar of the Hindi Language: In which are Treated the High Hindi, Braj, and the Eastern Hindi of the Ramayan of Tulsi Das; Also the Colloquial Dialects of Rajputana, Kumaon, Avadh, Riwa, Bhojpur, Magadha, Maithila, Etc., with Copious Philological Notes
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3rd sing accusative added adjectives adverbs affix Anusvar apodosis archaic auxiliary Avadhi become Bhojpuri Braj causal Chhand clause colloquial combination common commonly compound conjugation conjunctive participle consonant construction contingent future copulative dative declension denote derived dialects diphthong eastern dialects Eastern Hindi elision English Examples express feminine fern final gender genitive Gramm Grammar High Hindi Hindf Hoernle idiom illustrations imperative imperfect indefinite infinitive inflected instants Magadhi Maithili Marwari masc metres Naipali nasal nominative nouns of agency oblique form occasionally occur omitted passive perf perfect participle phrase plur plural poetry postposition Prakrit preceding predicate Prem present pronominal pronoun Rajputana Rdmdyan reference regularly root sandhi Sanskrit sentence singular sometimes substantive verb substituted suffix syllable Tadbhava Tatsama tenses termination thou transitive verbs Urdu verbal noun vowel words