Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “yājyānuvākyāḥ”—
- yājyān -
yājya (noun, masculine)[accusative plural]√yaj -> yājya (participle, masculine)[accusative plural from √yaj class 1 verb], [accusative plural from √yaj]
- uvā -
ū (noun, masculine)[instrumental single]ū (noun, feminine)[instrumental single]√vā (verb class 1)[perfect active first single], [perfect active third single]√u (verb class 1)[perfect active first dual], [perfect active second plural]√u (verb class 2)[perfect active first dual], [perfect active second plural]√u (verb class 5)[perfect active first dual], [perfect active second plural]
- akyā -
√ak -> akya (absolutive)[absolutive from √ak]√añc -> akya (absolutive)[absolutive from √añc]
- aḥ -
a (noun, masculine)[nominative single]ṛ (noun, feminine)[vocative single]ṛ (noun, masculine)[vocative single]
Extracted glossary definitions: Yajya
Alternative transliteration: yajyanuvakyah, [Devanagari/Hindi] याज्यानुवाक्याः, [Bengali] যাজ্যানুবাক্যাঃ, [Gujarati] યાજ્યાનુવાક્યાઃ, [Kannada] ಯಾಜ್ಯಾನುವಾಕ್ಯಾಃ, [Malayalam] യാജ്യാനുവാക്യാഃ, [Telugu] యాజ్యానువాక్యాః
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