Grammatical analysis of Sanskrit segment
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Grammatical analysis of the Sanskrit text: “yadasyāṃ”—
- yad -
yat (indeclinable relative)[indeclinable relative]yat (noun, masculine)[compound]yad (noun, masculine)[compound], [adverb], [nominative single], [vocative single]yat (noun, neuter)[nominative single], [vocative single], [accusative single]√i -> yat (participle, neuter)[nominative single from √i class 2 verb], [vocative single from √i class 2 verb], [accusative single from √i class 2 verb]yat (pronoun, neuter)[nominative single], [accusative single]
- asyām -
asi (noun, feminine)[locative single]asī (noun, feminine)[locative single]iyam (noun, feminine)[locative single]idam (pronoun, feminine)[locative single]
Alternative transliteration: yadasyam, [Devanagari/Hindi] यदस्यां, [Bengali] যদস্যাং, [Gujarati] યદસ્યાં, [Kannada] ಯದಸ್ಯಾಂ, [Malayalam] യദസ്യാം, [Telugu] యదస్యాం
“yadasyāṃ” 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.
Lakshminarayana Samhita [sanskrit] (by Shwetayan Vyas)
Verse 1.251.112 < [Chapter 251]
Verse 184.108.40.206 < [Chapter 177]
Verse 31.63 [1:1] < [Chapter 31]
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