By Gary A. Tubb
The e-book is geared up round a verse from the Parāśarapurāna that names 5 features of a statement: the department of the textual content into person phrases (padacchedah), paraphrases of the meanings of phrases (padārthoktiḥ), research of compounds (vigrahah), the syntactical constitution of sentences (vākyayojanā), and responses to objections (ākṣepasamādhānam). the 1st 4 of those features are mentioned partly 1 of the publication, written via Gary A. Tubb. half 2, written via Emery R. Boose, offers with the 5th attribute.
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M. M. 39 again. 4 sa7J1siira iti yavat. precise transmigration. , vedi-vilagna-madhyii vedivat krsa-madhya. tanu-madhyeti yavat. an altarground. To be Altarground-narrow-waisted thin-waisted like To put it simply, slender-waisted. Other phrases ' Several other phrases are frequently used to mark the end of a free para- phrase. z ("such is the intention [of the author]"). These phrases are used in exactly the same way as ity artha� (Section 1 . 1 3 . 1 ) and iti bhava� (Section 1 . 2) , with similar meanings .
Smara-priyii " i ty amaraf!. M. 2 . 64 Rati the beloved of Kama. "Rati, the beloved of Kama"-Amara. Quotations from dictionaries interrupt the running gloss when introduced near the place in the commentary at which the word to be defined is pre sented. Some c ommentators therefore save such quotations and lump them together at the end of their comments on a verse or other portion of the text. Treatment of special items 1 . 17 Commentators use special devices to mark proper names (Section 1 . 1 7 .
M. 1 . 90 ii tapo-vaniit. ii1i maryiidiiyiim. As far as tbe penance-grove. (The preposition) ii [called iiri in Pa�ni's grammar] (is used) in the sense of an exclusive limit. " ca-sabda-prayogiid eva jneyam. M. 35 naiio be known simply from the use of the word ca. 80. hati. 1 . 7. Variant readings Kum. V. ,ina�" :i� more appealing. Kum. V. thafi. bad reading. Kum. V. 3. thaniyam. " Kum. V. 4. 36 ma rmarpitam iti pii_thtlntaram. M. z tri·locaru:zm iti peth�. 9) alongside the wor4 in question. Ordinary this simple gloss follows the word being explained, but the location of the gloss may vary (Section 1.
Scholastic Sanskrit : a handbook for students by Gary A. Tubb