Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “pāpacittaistulyeṣu”—
- pāpa -
pāpa (noun, masculine)[compound], [vocative single]pāpa (noun, neuter)[compound], [vocative single]
- cittais -
citta (noun, masculine)[instrumental plural]citta (noun, neuter)[instrumental plural]
- tulyeṣu -
tulya (noun, masculine)[locative plural]tulya (noun, neuter)[locative plural]√tul -> tulya (participle, masculine)[locative plural from √tul class 10 verb]√tul -> tulya (participle, neuter)[locative plural from √tul class 10 verb]
Alternative transliteration: papacittaistulyeshu, papacittaistulyesu, [Devanagari/Hindi] पापचित्तैस्तुल्येषु, [Bengali] পাপচিত্তৈস্তুল্যেষু, [Gujarati] પાપચિત્તૈસ્તુલ્યેષુ, [Kannada] ಪಾಪಚಿತ್ತೈಸ್ತುಲ್ಯೇಷು, [Malayalam] പാപചിത്തൈസ്തുല്യേഷു, [Telugu] పాపచిత్తైస్తుల్యేషు
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