Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “patitāñchvapacānapi”—
- patitāñch -
patita (noun, masculine)[accusative plural]√pat -> patita (participle, masculine)[accusative plural from √pat class 1 verb]
- śvapacān -
śvapaca (noun, masculine)[accusative plural]
- api -
api (indeclinable preposition)[indeclinable preposition]ap (noun, neuter)[locative single]api (Preverb)[Preverb]
Alternative transliteration: patitanchvapacanapi, [Devanagari/Hindi] पतिताञ्छ्वपचानपि, [Bengali] পতিতাঞ্ছ্বপচানপি, [Gujarati] પતિતાઞ્છ્વપચાનપિ, [Kannada] ಪತಿತಾಞ್ಛ್ವಪಚಾನಪಿ, [Malayalam] പതിതാഞ്ഛ്വപചാനപി, [Telugu] పతితాఞ్ఛ్వపచానపి
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