This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1796 Excerpt: ...thirdly, &c. the author not being confcious of having omitted any that are very material. Many, as in Engliih, are both adjectives and ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1796 Excerpt: ...thirdly, &c. the author not being confcious of having omitted any that are very material. Many, as in Engliih, are both adjectives and adverbs, according to their poiition or relation to other parts of a fentence, and the greater number of ours in ly, are exprefled by an adjective only, or a noun with the poftpofition fe (J); dono burabur hyn, both are equal; dono burabur rukho, place both equally; dono buree hikmut fe rukhe gye, both are placed very Jkilfully, i. e. with great art. The compounds kif-turuh, quo modo; kis foorut fe, quern ad modum; iahe ko, quare; kis wasse ko, quamobrem, as in Latin, will be eafily traced when the ftudent perufes page 79 with fome attention; and the Remarks oppoiite page 58 muft at once give him a perfect idea of kuhan-fe, unde; wuhan-fe, inde; eehan-fe, hinc. See, whence, there, here, hence, Sec. in the Dictionary. The reduplicated inflected participle feems often to fupply the place of an adverb; thus, bote bote, gradually; purhte purhte, by conftantly reading; kuhte kuhte, by continually faying: And one curious initance deferves notice, girte fu rte, difficultly. Upnee kitab ko myn ne girte pu rte tumam keea hy. J ( fc (J U /fJji J / I nave dissculty finiihed my book, or rubbed through it the beft way I could. Thofe adverbs which end in e, are probably inflected adjectives or nouns, like pyhle, doofre, teefre, thirdly, &c. from pyhla, Arft, p ) The fe, is neverthelefs frequently omitted, whence juldee, jh'itabte, fpeed, are ufed ioxfpeedHy. T t doofra, doofra, fecond, and fo on. We have lozv, neecha; beov, neechi; fide, kinaru; ofide, kinar; flow, ahiftu, dheema; flow/v, d.heem?, ahifiV, whence asse. They are often repeated, probably to give them the force of fuperl
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