Nominal Compounds

Some articles on nominal, nominal compounds, nominals, compounds:

Vedic Sanskrit Grammar - Morphology - Compounds
... One other notable feature of the nominal system is the very common use of nominal compounds, which may be huge (10+ words) as in some modern languages such as ... Nominal compounds occur with various structures, however morphologically speaking they are essentially the same ... Some examples of nominal compounds include Dvandva (co-ordinative) These consist of two or more noun stems, connected in sense with 'and' ...
Sanskrit Grammar - Compounds (samāsa)
... One other notable feature of the nominal system is the very common use of nominal compounds, which may be huge (10+ words) as in some modern languages such as German ... Nominal compounds occur with various structures, however morphologically speaking they are essentially the same ... Some examples of nominal compounds include ...
Kalaw Lagaw Ya - Nominal Morphology
... Nominals have the following cases nominative, accusative, instrumental (subsumes ergative), dative (subsumes allative), ablative (subsumes elative), specific ... Nominals also have the following derived forms negative, similative, proprietive (which also forms the noun nominative-accusative plural) and resultative ... Singular and dual are the same form in all nominals except the personal pronouns ...
Sanskrit Compounds
... One notable feature of the agglutinative nominal system of Sanskrit is the very common use of nominal compounds (samāsa), which may be huge (10+ or even 30+ words), as in some languages such as German ... Nominal compounds occur with various structures, but morphologically speaking they are essentially the same each noun (or adjective) is in its (weak) stem form ... Some examples of nominal compounds include ...
Sanskrit Revival - Grammar - Compounds
... Main article Sanskrit compounds One other notable feature of the nominal system is the very common use of nominal compounds, which may be huge (10+ words) as in some modern ... Nominal compounds occur with various structures, however morphologically speaking they are essentially the same ... The four principle categories of nominal compounds are Dvandva (co-ordinative) These consist of two or more noun stems, connected in sense with 'and' ...

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