Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “bhagavanmantramūrtīnāmanantānāṃ”—
- bhagavan -
bhagavat (noun, masculine)[compound], [vocative single]bhagavat (noun, neuter)[nominative single], [vocative single], [accusative single]bhagavan (noun, masculine)[vocative single]
- mantramūrtīnām -
mantramūrti (noun, masculine)[genitive plural]
- anantānām -
ananta (noun, masculine)[genitive plural]ananta (noun, neuter)[genitive plural]anantā (noun, feminine)[genitive plural]
Alternative transliteration: bhagavanmantramurtinamanantanam, [Devanagari/Hindi] भगवन्मन्त्रमूर्तीनामनन्तानां, [Bengali] ভগবন্মন্ত্রমূর্তীনামনন্তানাং, [Gujarati] ભગવન્મન્ત્રમૂર્તીનામનન્તાનાં, [Kannada] ಭಗವನ್ಮನ್ತ್ರಮೂರ್ತೀನಾಮನನ್ತಾನಾಂ, [Malayalam] ഭഗവന്മന്ത്രമൂര്തീനാമനന്താനാം, [Telugu] భగవన్మన్త్రమూర్తీనామనన్తానాం
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