Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “cetyasyārdhasyānantaraṃ”—
- cetyasyā -
cetya (noun, masculine)[genitive single]cetya (noun, neuter)[genitive single]√cit -> cetya (participle, masculine)[genitive single from √cit]√cit -> cetya (participle, neuter)[genitive single from √cit]
- ardhasyā -
ardha (noun, masculine)[genitive single]ardha (noun, neuter)[genitive single]
- anantaram -
anantaram (indeclinable)[indeclinable]anantara (noun, masculine)[adverb], [accusative single]anantara (noun, neuter)[adverb], [nominative single], [accusative single]anantarā (noun, feminine)[adverb]
Alternative transliteration: cetyasyardhasyanantaram, [Devanagari/Hindi] चेत्यस्यार्धस्यानन्तरं, [Bengali] চেত্যস্যার্ধস্যানন্তরং, [Gujarati] ચેત્યસ્યાર્ધસ્યાનન્તરં, [Kannada] ಚೇತ್ಯಸ್ಯಾರ್ಧಸ್ಯಾನನ್ತರಂ, [Malayalam] ചേത്യസ്യാര്ധസ്യാനന്തരം, [Telugu] చేత్యస్యార్ధస్యానన్తరం
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