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Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Uhlenbeck ter gelcgeriheid van zijn 80 stc verjaardag in dankbaarhcid en verering opgedragen. In the studies which have hitherto been published on the influence of the Austro- Asiatic languages on Sanskrit the foreign origin of the Sanskrit words was demonstrated mostly with the help of lexical materials taken from Further Indian, and even Indonesian, languages. This fact has given rise to the misconception that the majority of the Austro-Asiatic loanwords in Sanskrit have no etymological connexions in Munda, which, again, was explained by the supposed Uralian origin of the Munda family of speech i.

In reality, however, the reason why Munda word-materials played such a small part in these studies was mainly the fact that the valuable information which they can furnish cannot be efficiently utilized without a preliminary historical and comparative study of these interesting languages, which indeed have developed into a type of language which is rather different from the original Austro-Asiatic one.

The object of the present study, which Sluty women here in Mansa Konko with the origin of some hundred Sanskrit and Prakrit words, is to show that the Austro-Asiatic source from which these Sluty women here in Mansa Konko words have been derived was actually the Proto-Munda branch of Austro-Asiatic. The introduction of the new term Proto-Munda is justified by the fact that, as early as the Vedic period, the Munda languages had departed considerably from the Austro-Asiatic type of language and developed a character of their own brought about by a number of dialectal phonetic changes and the introduction of suffixes in the word-formation.

The earlier stages of this development, which are reflected by the Sanskrit loanwords, are here denoted by the Sluty women here in Mansa Konko term Proto-Munda. Since the methods Slut in Varamin developed may arouse doubts as to their soundness, I wish to emphasize the fact that they are the outcome of a comparative and analytical study of modern Munda. Not before they seemed to be firmly established have I proceeded to apply them to the foreign words of Aryan.

Among the morphological features of Proto-Munda the e. In the belief that Munda would show the same regularity of phonetic correspondences as found in Indo-European I have been led by the comparison of clearly related Sluty women here in Mansa Konko to formulate a number of laws. On these theories the following word- studies are still based. After the completion of this book, however, my views regarding the interpretation of the observed correspondence of sounds the correctness of which is, I venture to think, beyond doubt have fundamentally changed.

Nor does the comparison with other Austro- Asiatic languages enable us to solve this problem for there we find the same interchange of voiced and unvoiced stops c. The inference that a free variation on a Erotic camzap scale though within definite limits was characteristic of Austro-Asiatic is inevitable. I accept, therefore, the explanation suggested by Professor C. Munda mav be inferred from Skr.

The analogous phenomena in Dravidian see p. On the other hand, the manv Munda synonyms with varying initial gutturals, dentals and labials arc not, in my opinion, due to sound-variation but to parallelism: Some of these phcnomcnti have already been noticed in Indo-Aryan see Turner.

Introduction to his Sluty women here in Mansa Konko, p. Since moreover the vowels are largely interchangeable''and since the Austro-Asiatic and Proto-Munda prcfixation Sluty women here in Mansa Konko left many trace. From the point of view of methodology thus is. This fact strongly diminishes the stringency of etymological explanations which even m other fields of study, as for instance Indo-European linguistics, are so often uncon- vincingA careful collection of many cognate Munda word.

S s;n, K din, fsin. Nevertheless, as a first attempt at a methodical treatment of these questions they may have some interest in spite of their inevitable shortcomings. The main conclusions to be drawn from the present word-studies may be briefly summarized as follows: The existence of isolate Munda words in separate Dravidian languages, as Telugu and the Northern Dravidian dialects, has never been questioned.

The elimination of cerebrals is also found in later Sanskrit as against Hi. In such cases, the NIA. Besides the difficulties pertaining to the Austro-Asiatic prehistory of Munda there is another problem, still more difficult perhaps, which arises from the close interrelations between Mundas and Dravidians extending over at least years.

Since the phonetical developments of both families of speech run strikingly parallel, and since the words which they have adopted from each other, may have come to be treated as native words at a very early date, phonology and morphology do not often afford sufficient criteria to determine the origin of a word or word-group. The problems resulting from this situation perhaps belong to the most complicated which the student of historical and comparative linguistics has to solve.

Somewhat different are the difficulties arising from the many Munda reborrowings from Sluty women here in Mansa Konko. For the purposes of the following studies this question is however of minor importance if the ultimate Munda origin of the words concerned is Sluty women here in Mansa Konko by phonological or morpho- logical characteristics.

This book necessarily deals only with the influence which Munda has e. This is, however, only one aspect of a wider problem. Many studies from different points of view will be needed before we can arrive at a right evaluation of the role which each of these families has played in the genesis of the Indian linguistic league. In view of the intensive interrelations between Dravidian, Munda and Aryan dating from pre-Vedic times even individual etymological questions will often have to be approached from a Pan-Indic Sluty women here in Mansa Konko of view if their study is to be fruitful.

It is hoped that this work may be helpful to arrive at this all-embracing view of the Indian languages, which is the final goal of these studies. My sincere thanks are due to Mrs. Koch-Thomas, who has corrected the English te. Alfred Master, who was kind enough to read part of the proof-sheets and to whom I am indebted for some useful suggestions Slut in Langzhong corrections, and to my pupil Slut in Bharatpur. Kelder, who has undertaken the task of preparing the Inde.

Nearly half a century has passed since Professor Uhlenbeck published his etymological dictionary of Sanskrit. Although much has since been done in this Sluty women here in Mansa Konko, the majority of the very large number of words there labelled a. May this Sluty women here in Mansa Konko book, dedicated to my venerated guru on the occasion of his 80th birthday, show him that, al- though the progress made in these studies since is not perhaps spectacular, still it is hoped that the Sluty women here in Mansa Konko of obscure words, even of those which have hitherto defied all attempts at explanation, will gradually Real free sex hook up no membership required reduced.

Most of the abbreviations used in the present work do not require special notice. The following may be noted: Bloch, La formation de la languc inarathe, Pans Dictionary, Oslo — Sanskrit-Worterbuch in kiirzerer Fassung, St. Petersburg 1S79 — XL, part I, pp- 36 — 67 Calcutta Kurzgefasstes etymologischcs Wdrterbuch der altindischen Sprache, Amsterdam The Indian languages are denoted by the [allowing symbols: In common use since the Epics.

As for aradyau Taitt. The sense of these Vedic words is due to the fact that curved horns are usually long.

So far as I know, variants with initial r or d do not exist; so we are led to assume a root la-da. But the Vedic language tends to eliminate in the Proto-Munda loan-words such sounds as are considered characteristic of Prakrit and the vulgar forms of speech, cf. If, however, arada- is a Proto-Munda word we may further connect with it arataki- which occurs in Ath.

Sluty women here in Mansa Konko Paippalada variant ajasrngi ratakarh, ajassrngi rataky cf. In the later language ajasrngi is the name of the Odina pinnata. Accordingly arataki is probably to be taken as an adjectival epithet see Add. An etymological connexion with arala- had already been supposed by BR. The word is of particular interest in that it shows the unvoicing of medial sonants to date back to the Samhita-period.

A different explanation has been given by Tarapada Chowdhury, op. But derivation from Aryan words by means of -ta- which has hardly been cerebralized through the influence of the neighbouring r- sound is only met with in later periods of the language. The connexion with Old Engl. This also excludes a connexion with Ved. The original meaning Prostitute in Cincinnati the word which, in the later language, denotes the wooden pin of a door, cf.

The root gad- is actually met with in the following Santali words: BlochChattcrji As for the second word cf. The third word, viz. It might seem plausible to regard Skr. There is however another possibility, viz. Our materials do not allow us to decide this question. In conclusion we may observe that S. This word is still unexplained.

On the other hand, Tam. The question arises, then, whether Pkt. They have also been adopted 1 Note Nep. The Munda evidence now available however hardly supports its derivation from ga-da but cl. Its etymology must be left undecided. Not certain, cf, Tam. Is the meaning of Skr. More complicated is the origin of Hi. The question thus arises whether Skr.

The Tamil Lexicon gives for kalakam the following meanings: A more profound study of non-Aryan languages drew my attention to other possible explanations.

It is tempting to compare Tam. Their native Dravidian character is, it seems, beyond doubt c. If however Among the meanings of Hi. The question arises whether bigar- bagar is also a derivative from gad-; if so, S. Contamination of form and meaning plays an important part in such expressions. Narasimhia, BSOS 8,


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