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Seven Grammar of The Dialects Sub Dialects Subdialects of The Bihari Language, Vol. 3Rd In 3 Parts (Part- 6 South Maithli-Magadhi Dialect, Part 7- South Maithli-Bangali Dialect), Part 8- Maithli Bengali Dailect): Book by George A. Grierson

Seven Grammar of The Dialects Sub Dialects Subdialects of The Bihari Language, Vol. 3Rd In 3 Parts (Part- 6 South Maithli-Magadhi Dialect, Part 7- South Maithli-Bangali Dialect), Part 8- Maithli Bengali Dailect)

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ISBN: 9788178354545    Publisher: Kalpaz Publications Year of publishing: 2005     Format:  Hardback No of Pages: 301        Language: English
Description About The Author:- Sir George Abraham Grierson, (Jan. 7, 1851-March 9, 1941) Irish linguist, language scholar and civil servant who conducted the Linguistic survey of India (1898-1928), obtaining...Read more
Description About The Author:- Sir George Abraham Grierson, (Jan. 7, 1851-March 9, 1941) Irish linguist, language scholar and civil servant who conducted the Linguistic survey of India (1898-1928), obtaining information on 364 languages and dialects. While a student of mathematics at Trinity College, Dublin, Grierson took prizes in Sanskrit and Hindi. Grierson went to Bengal in October 1873, where-in addition to carrying out his duties in a succession of government posts until 1898-he devoted much time to language research. The first of his enormous output of papers, reviews, and books appeared in 1877.Contents:- Volume 3: INTRODUCTION • DIVISIOIN I • DECLENSION • CHAPTER I. - NOUNS • Post-positions • Masculine tadbhavas in • Masculine nouns ending in silent consonants • General rules for other nouns • Masculine tatsamas in • Masculine noun in • Masculine noun in • Feminine noun in • Feminine nouns ending in a silent consonant • Periphrastic plural • genitival affixes • CHAPTER II. - ADJECTIVE •Gender • Numeral adjective cardinals • Ordinals • Fractional Numerals • Multiplicatives • Definite cardinals • Indefinite cardinals • Collective numerals • CHAPTER III. - PRONOUN • General remarks • Non-honorific pronoun of the first and second persons • Pronoun of the second person honorific and reflexive pronoun • Demonstrative pronouns • Correlative pronouns • Interrogative pronoun • Indefinite pronoun • Indefinite pronoun • Indefinite pronoun • Compound indefinite pronouns • Derivative pronominal forms • adjective pronouns • Pronominal oblique genitive • DIVISION II • CONJUCTION • CHAPTER IV. - INTRODUCTORY • Warning as to numeral and gender • Warning as to spelling • Conjugational system • Moods • Simple tenses • Personal terminations of simple tenses • Formation of tense-stems • Preterite indicative • Future indicative • Present conjunctive and imperative • Preterite conjunctive • The use of the various verbal terminative • CHAPTER V. - AUXILIARY VERBS • Classes of auxiliary verbs • Defective auxiliary verbs • Complete auxiliary verbs • Conjugation of first defective auxiliary verb • Conjugation of second defective auxiliary verb • Preterite • Conjugation of complete auxiliary verb, preterite indicative • Future • Present Conjunctive • Preterite • Present imperative and precative forms • Participles • CHAPTER VI. - THE REGULAR ACTIVE VERB • Preliminary • Conjungation of principal parts • Simple tenses: preterite indicative • Future • Present conjunctive • preterite • Present imperative and precative forms • Periphrastic tenses-indicative mood • Definite present • Variety of above • Imperfect • Durative future • Perfect • Pluperfect • Future conditional • Durative present conditional • Future exact conditional • Preterite conditional • Participles • Infinitives or verbal nouns • Noun of agency • CHAPTER VII. - THE REGULAR NEUTER VERB • Points of defference • gir: principal parts • Preterite indicative • Perfect • Pluperfect • CHAPTER VIII. - VOCALIC ROOTS • Causes of apparent irregularity • Verbs whose roots end in Junction vowel • Examples of use of junction vowel • Example of a verb whose root ends in • Ditto • Ditto • Ditto • CHAPTER IX. - IRREGULARE VERBS • Preliminary • kar dhar • mar • ja • de • CHAPTER X. - THE PASSIVE VERB • Ordinary rule • Verbal noun in • Passive with par • Potential passive voice • Periphrastic passive voice • CHAPTER XI. - CAUSAL VERBS • Ordinary rule • Shorting of a long radical vowel • Lengthening of short radical vowel • Substitution of a cognate diphthoug • Dissyllabic causals • CHAPTER XII. - COMPOUND VERBS • Kinds of compound verbs • Classes of compound verb •Compounds formed with the verbal noun varieties of verbal noun • Distribution of Compounds formed with the verbal noun • Intensive Compounds • Intensive auxiliaries • Potential compounds • Completive compound • Frequentative compound • Desiderative compound • Inceptive compound • Permissive compound • Acquisitive compound • Compounds formed from the participles continuative compound • Statical compound • DIVISION III • INDECLINABLES • APPENDIX • SELECTIONS IN THE SOUTH MAITHIL-MAGADHI DIALECT • Conversation between two villagers.About The Book:- Bihari Grammar Is A Very Valueable And Rare Grammar Which Was Compiled By A Great Eminent Linguist And Philologist Under The Orders Of The Government Of Bengal. The Grammar Is In Constant And Urgent Demand. No Such Document Is Available Presently On The Subject. Bihari Language Is Being Spoken In The Province Of Bihar, In The Eastern Portion Of The North Western Provinces And The Northern Portion Of The Central Provinces. It Is A Compendium Grammar Of The Dialect Of Each District Compiled By The Author For Official Use In The State For Government Officers. No Grammar Of Any Of The Dialect Of Bihar Has Even Been Published Except The Bhojpuri Grammar Of Mr. Beames. No Other Grammar Meets The Demand Of Magadhi And Bhojpuri Speaking Parts Of Bihar. This Grammar Will No Doubt Meet Demand Of All. The Grammar Is A Rare Compilation And Will Be Of Greau Set For All Including Students And Teachers Of Bihari Language., About The Author:- Sir George Abraham Grierson, (Jan. 7, 1851-March 9, 1941) Irish Linguist, Language Scholar And Civil Servant Who Conducted The Linguistic Survey Of India (1898-1928), Obtaining Information On 364 Languages And Dialects. While A Student Of Mathematics At Trinity College, Dublin, Grierson Took Prizes In Sanskrit And Hindi. Grierson Went To Bengal In October 1873, Where-In Addition To Carrying Out His Duties In A Succession Of Government Posts Until 1898-He Devoted Much Time To Language Research. The First Of His Enormous Output Of Papers, Reviews, And Books Appeared In 1877., Content:- Volume 3: Introduction • Divisioin I • Declension • Chapter I. - Nouns • Post-Positions • Masculine Tadbhavas In • Masculine Nouns Ending In Silent Consonants • General Rules For Other Nouns • Masculine Tatsamas In • Masculine Noun In • Masculine Noun In • Feminine Noun In • Feminine Nouns Ending In A Silent Consonant • Periphrastic Plural • Genitival Affixes • Chapter Ii. - Adjective •Gender • Numeral Adjective Cardinals • Ordinals • Fractional Numerals • Multiplicatives • Definite Cardinals • Indefinite Cardinals • Collective Numerals • Chapter Iii. - Pronoun • General Remarks • Non-Honorific Pronoun Of The First And Second Persons • Pronoun Of The Second Person Honorific And Reflexive Pronoun • Demonstrative Pronouns • Correlative Pronouns • Interrogative Pronoun • Indefinite Pronoun • Indefinite Pronoun • Indefinite Pronoun • Compound Indefinite Pronouns • Derivative Pronominal Forms • Adjective Pronouns • Pronominal Oblique Genitive • Division Ii • Conjuction • Chapter Iv. - Introductory • Warning As To Numeral And Gender • Warning As To Spelling • Conjugational System • Moods • Simple Tenses • Personal Terminations Of Simple Tenses • Formation Of Tense-Stems • Preterite Indicative • Future Indicative • Present Conjunctive And Imperative • Preterite Conjunctive • The Use Of The Various Verbal Terminative • Chapter V. - Auxiliary Verbs • Classes Of Auxiliary Verbs • Defective Auxiliary Verbs • Complete Auxiliary Verbs • Conjugation Of First Defective Auxiliary Verb • Conjugation Of Second Defective Auxiliary Verb • Preterite • Conjugation Of Complete Auxiliary Verb, Preterite Indicative • Future • Present Conjunctive • Preterite • Present Imperative And Precative Forms • Participles • Chapter Vi. - The Regular Active Verb • Preliminary • Conjungation Of Principal Parts • Simple Tenses: Preterite Indicative • Future • Present Conjunctive • Preterite • Present Imperative And Precative Forms • Periphrastic Tenses-Indicative Mood • Definite Present • Variety Of Above • Imperfect • Durative Future • Perfect • Pluperfect • Future Conditional • Durative Present Conditional • Future Exact Conditional • Preterite Conditional • Participles • Infinitives Or Verbal Nouns • Noun Of Agency • Chapter Vii. - The Regular Neuter Verb • Points Of Defference • Gir: Principal Parts • Preterite Indicative • Perfect • Pluperfect • Chapter Viii. - Vocalic Roots • Causes Of Apparent Irregularity • Verbs Whose Roots End In Junction Vowel • Examples Of Use Of Junction Vowel • Example Of A Verb Whose Root Ends In • Ditto • Ditto • Ditto • Chapter Ix. - Irregulare Verbs • Preliminary • Kar Dhar • Mar • Ja • De • Chapter X. - The Passive Verb • Ordinary Rule • Verbal Noun In • Passive With Par • Potential Passive Voice • Periphrastic Passive Voice • Chapter Xi. - Causal Verbs • Ordinary Rule • Shorting Of A Long Radical Vowel • Lengthening Of Short Radical Vowel • Substitution Of A Cognate Diphthoug • Dissyllabic Causals • Chapter Xii. - Compound Verbs • Kinds Of Compound Verbs • Classes Of Compound Verb •Compounds Formed With The Verbal Noun Varieties Of Verbal Noun • Distribution Of Compounds Formed With The Verbal Noun • Intensive Compounds • Intensive Auxiliaries • Potential Compounds • Completive Compound • Frequentative Compound • Desiderative Compound • Inceptive Compound • Permissive Compound • Acquisitive Compound • Compounds Formed From The Participles Continuative Compound • Statical Compound • Division Iii • Indeclinables • Appendix • Selections In The South Maithil-Magadhi Dialect • Conversation Between Two Villagers.
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