Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “yāvatyantare”—
- yāvatya -
yāvati (indeclinable)[indeclinable]yāvatī (noun, feminine)[compound], [adverb], [nominative single], [vocative single]yāvat (noun, masculine)[locative single]yāvat (noun, neuter)[nominative dual], [vocative dual], [accusative dual], [locative single]
- antare -
antare (indeclinable)[indeclinable]antara (noun, masculine)[nominative plural], [locative single]antara (noun, neuter)[nominative dual], [vocative dual], [accusative dual], [locative single]antarā (noun, feminine)[nominative dual], [vocative single], [vocative dual], [accusative dual]
Alternative transliteration: yavatyantare, [Devanagari/Hindi] यावत्यन्तरे, [Bengali] যাবত্যন্তরে, [Gujarati] યાવત્યન્તરે, [Kannada] ಯಾವತ್ಯನ್ತರೇ, [Malayalam] യാവത്യന്തരേ, [Telugu] యావత్యన్తరే
“yāvatyantare” in the Sanskrit language represents a word or a combination of words (such as Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, etc.). This section shows references to Sanskrit literature where this segment of Sanskrit text occurs, by literally searching for this piece of text.
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