Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “trīnkumārānajījanat”—
- trīn -
tri (noun, masculine)[accusative plural]
- kumārān -
kumāra (noun, masculine)[accusative plural]
- ajījanat -
√jan (verb class 1)[aorist active third single]√jan (verb class 10)[aorist active third single]√jan (verb class 2)[aorist active third single]√jan (verb class 3)[aorist active third single]√jan (verb class 4)[aorist active third single]
Alternative transliteration: trinkumaranajijanat, [Devanagari/Hindi] त्रीन्कुमारानजीजनत्, [Bengali] ত্রীন্কুমারানজীজনত্, [Gujarati] ત્રીન્કુમારાનજીજનત્, [Kannada] ತ್ರೀನ್ಕುಮಾರಾನಜೀಜನತ್, [Malayalam] ത്രീന്കുമാരാനജീജനത്, [Telugu] త్రీన్కుమారానజీజనత్
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