Analysis of “dahyamānāḥ”

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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “dahyamānāḥ”—

  • dahya -
  • dah -> dahya (absolutive)
    [absolutive from √dah]
  • mānāḥ -
  • māna (noun, masculine)
    [nominative plural], [vocative plural]
    man -> māna (participle, masculine)
    [nominative plural from √man class 4 verb], [vocative plural from √man class 4 verb], [nominative plural from √man class 8 verb], [vocative plural from √man class 8 verb]
    man -> mānā (participle, feminine)
    [nominative plural from √man class 4 verb], [vocative plural from √man class 4 verb], [accusative plural from √man class 4 verb], [nominative plural from √man class 8 verb], [vocative plural from √man class 8 verb], [accusative plural from √man class 8 verb]

Extracted glossary definitions: Mana

Alternative transliteration: dahyamanah, [Devanagari/Hindi] दह्यमानाः, [Bengali] দহ্যমানাঃ, [Gujarati] દહ્યમાનાઃ, [Kannada] ದಹ್ಯಮಾನಾಃ, [Malayalam] ദഹ്യമാനാഃ, [Telugu] దహ్యమానాః

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