Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “dugdhabhojyairhariṃ”—
- dugdha -
dugdha (noun, masculine)[compound], [vocative single]dugdha (noun, neuter)[compound], [vocative single]√duh (verb class 2)[present active second plural], [imperative active second plural]
- bhojyair -
bhojya (noun, masculine)[instrumental plural]bhojya (noun, neuter)[instrumental plural]√bhuj -> bhojya (participle, masculine)[instrumental plural from √bhuj]√bhuj -> bhojya (participle, neuter)[instrumental plural from √bhuj]
- harim -
hari (noun, masculine)[accusative single]hari (noun, feminine)[accusative single]
Alternative transliteration: dugdhabhojyairharim, [Devanagari/Hindi] दुग्धभोज्यैर्हरिं, [Bengali] দুগ্ধভোজ্যৈর্হরিং, [Gujarati] દુગ્ધભોજ્યૈર્હરિં, [Kannada] ದುಗ್ಧಭೋಜ್ಯೈರ್ಹರಿಂ, [Malayalam] ദുഗ്ധഭോജ്യൈര്ഹരിം, [Telugu] దుగ్ధభోజ్యైర్హరిం
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