A Sanskrit Reader: With Vocabulary and Notes, Parts 1-2

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Ginn, Heath, 1884 - Sanskrit language - 405 pages
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Page iii - Numerous enquiries for such a book have been addressed to me by persons very remote from any of the higher institutions of learning.
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Page 254 - Cognate with which are Camena (or Cas-men-ja), the name of the goddess of song; cens-ere, "to declare, pass judgment on," with which may be compared Anglo-Saxon herian, " praise." With Cas-men the following cognate Sanskrit terms may be fruitfully compared : fans, to recite a sacred hymn or text to a god by way of praise ; to praise ; to make a solemn wish, whether blessing or cursing, resembling in this the Latin imprtcari ; to announce or communicate.
Page 202 - ... the gods, in general any pious expression at divine service ; (2) holy speech, especially the magic formula; (3) the word of God; (4) holy wisdom, theology, theosophy; (5) holy life, especially...
Page 253 - C.). a, (RV.) put on (as a covering, ac.) ; wrap oneself in (lc.). upa, put on (the sacred cord over the left shoulder and under the right arm), ni, put or hang on : pp.
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Page iii - THE results of comparative philology arc now so generally incorporated into our modern classical grammars, lexicons, and text-books, that even a slight knowledge of Sanskrit...

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