By Franz Bopp, H.H. Wilson, Edward B. Eastwick
A founding textual content of comparative philology, Franz Bopp's Vergleichende Grammatik was once initially released in elements, starting in 1833, and via the 1870s had seemed in 3 variations in German, in addition to in English and French translations. Bopp (1791-1867), Professor of Sanskrit and comparative grammar at Berlin, got down to turn out the relationships among Indo-European languages via distinctive description of the grammatical beneficial properties of Sanskrit in comparison to these of Zend (Avestan), Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic and German. This translation (1845-50) of Bopp's first version gave English-speaking students entry to his vital findings. Translated via Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1814-1883), the multi-lingual diplomat and pupil, and edited by way of Horace Hayman Wilson (1786-1860), Professor of Sanskrit at Oxford, this paintings testifies either to Bopp's magisterial examine and to Eastwick's notable ability in translation. This quantity covers pronouns and verbs.
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Additional resources for A Comparative Grammar of the Sanscrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German, and Sclavonic Languages, Volume 2
Sanscrit. 1 D. tasmdt, G. tasya, L. tasmm? Zend. Greek. Latin. 1 Gothic. 2 Lith. 3 Old Sd. 1 (tahmdt), . . tt (ttthmi)" . . w .... ™ NEUTER. 3 N . A c , tat,' 3 fat: rdV 3 isTUD:3 thatn," tai,15 to™ The rest like the Masculine. FEMININE. N. sd, Ac. tdm, I. tayd, D. tasyas,™ G. tasyds,10 L. tasydm,19 hd, 'a, r], is-TA, sd, ta, ta. (taiim), rav, TTJV, is-TAM, tho, tan, luP (tahrnyay8 . . ta, tuyu. , TTJ, is-TI, tluzai,21 tai, tin, (tanhdf),20 . . 23 (tahmya),2i . . toyp,2Hoi. 1 2 See §. 166.
Rtjfxepov, crr/fxepov from Te-rjjxepov, Sanscrit. 1 N. ti, Ac. I. tan, tdis* Zend. ti, 1 (tan),2 (tdis), Greek. TOI, ol,1 Tovg, Latin. is-TV is-TOS, .... tebhyas, taiibyo, s. Loc. G. tishdm,9 (tae'shanm),10 L. tishu, (taishva), D. roicrt, .... Gothic. Lith. Old Sclav. 3 . . thizt* M, fuse, *tyem? 11 NEUTEB. 12 N. Ac. tdni,td, td, 13 13 is-TA:3 Ti, thd,1 ta}* The rest like the Masculine. FEMININE. N. tds, Ac. tds, I. tdbhyas, G. tdsdm9 Tat, at, (tdo), TULS, (tdo), (tabis), .... L. (tdonhanm),17 rdcov, L. tdhoa, tdsu, 1 1 is-TAE,1 is-TAS, thds, thds, tos, fas, ....
Sanscrit. 1 N. ti, Ac. I. tan, tdis* Zend. ti, 1 (tan),2 (tdis), Greek. TOI, ol,1 Tovg, Latin. is-TV is-TOS, .... tebhyas, taiibyo, s. Loc. G. tishdm,9 (tae'shanm),10 L. tishu, (taishva), D. roicrt, .... Gothic. Lith. Old Sclav. 3 . . thizt* M, fuse, *tyem? 11 NEUTEB. 12 N. Ac. tdni,td, td, 13 13 is-TA:3 Ti, thd,1 ta}* The rest like the Masculine. FEMININE. N. tds, Ac. tds, I. tdbhyas, G. tdsdm9 Tat, at, (tdo), TULS, (tdo), (tabis), .... L. (tdonhanm),17 rdcov, L. tdhoa, tdsu, 1 1 is-TAE,1 is-TAS, thds, thds, tos, fas, ....