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1Suta said: -Now I shall enumerate the illustrations of Sandhis (unions Of-words) etc., as are found to occur in the Samhitas. Vipra and Agram make Vipragram, “Sa” and Agata make Sagata. “Vi” combined with “ldam” makes Vidam, “Su” and “Uttamam” Suttamam.
2Pitr and Rsabha make Pitrisabha, Langala and Isa make Langlisha, Mana and Pasya make “Masaya” “Gangs” and “Udakam” make “Gangdakam.” To and Lakara make Tavalkara. Rina and Rinam make Rinarnam, Prit and Arnam make Pramam.
3Sita and Arta make Sitara. Tau and likara make Tavalkara. Sall and lndri make Sanidri, Sa and Okara make Saukira. Iti and Api make Atyapi. Vadhu and Asanam make Vadhvaanam. Pitr and Artha make Pittartha Li and Anabandha make Lanubandha. Naye and Jayet make Nayejayet.
4Lu and Anam make Lavanam, Gau and Ava make Gava. The united with lsvara ma Ta lsvara. Atham and Atra make Atho Atro. Sat united with Iman make Sat Iman.
5Amih and Asvah make Ami Ashva, Sat and Asya make Sadasya, Tat and Navak make Tannavak. Tat and Cart make Taccaret. Tat and Lunati make Tallunati. Tat and Jalam make Tajjalam. Tat and Smasanakam make Tat Smasanakam.
6Sugan and Atra make Sugartnatra: Pacan and Atra make Pacannatra. Bhavan and Cadayati Bhavan and Jhanatkar make Bhavan Thanathara. Bhavan and Tarau make Bhavamstarati. Sam and Smrtam combinedly make Samsoritam.
7Bhavan and Lakhati unitedly make Bhavamllikhati. Tan and Shete unitedly make Tamscchete. Bhavan, Sete Api, Ami and ldoam combinedly make Bhavang Setetua, Idrsam. Tvam and Karosi combinedly make Tvam-karosi.
8-10Tvan and Tarasi make Tvanta rasi, Sat and Aroharwn make Sadar Ccanam, Kah and Ihatra make Ka Matra. There are six forms of Samasas, such as (I) the Karma Dharaya etc., of which the term Sadbija froms an illustrtuton. The tenn Trivedi furnishes the example of Dvigu Samasa, Tatkritasca, Tadarthascha, and Vrkabhiti, etc., are the illustrations of Tatpurusa Samasa, whereas the terms Tattvajna, Jnana-dasksha, etc., illustrate the forms of Vahubrihi Samasa.
11-13Examples of the Avyayiohava Samasa always commence with the interjectional prefixes of Adhi, etc., while the terms such as Devarsi Manava, etc., furnish the instances of the Dvanda Samasa. The terms such as Pandavas, Saiva, Brahma, and Brahmata are the illustrations of the applied Taddhita.
14The terms Devagni, Sakhi, Pati, Aritsu, Krashtu, Svayambhu, Pita (Pitpl, Np (Na), Prsasta (Prasastr) Ra, Gan, and Glau, though included within the group of Adajanta words belong to the masculine gender.
15-16Similarly, the group of Halanta words consisting of the terms Agra, Juk, Kshabhuk, Kravyad, Mrigabedha, Atman, Rajan, Yuvan, Pathin, Pusan, and Brahmahan, Sasin, Vedhas, Usanas, Anudvan, Madhulit and Kashthatat belongs to the masculine gender. The terms Vanam (wood), Vari (water), Asthi bone) Vastu Cthing, Jagat (universe), Saman (the verses of that Veda), Ahan (day), Karma, (act) Sarpis (clarified butter) Bapus (body) and Tejas (energy) belong to the neuter gender.
17-18The terms Jayi (wife), Jara (old age), Nidi (river), Lakshmi (goddess of fortune), Sri (beauty), Stri (woman) Bhumi (land), Vadhu (bride), Bhru (eye-brows), Punarbhu (a remarried widow), Dhenu (cow), Svasa (sister), Mata (mother) Nan (boat), Bak (speech), Srag (garland of flowers), Dik (quarter of the heaven), Krudh (anger), Yuvati (maiden) Kukubh, (quarters of the skies), Dyau (effulgence), Dhrti (comprehension), Pravis (rainy reason), Ushnik (metre) and Sumanas (flowers) belong to the feminine gender.
19-20Now I shall narrate to you the terms which are respectively included within the masculine, feminine and neuter groups according to the nature of their imports, or the nature of the act they signify. Sukla (white), Kilala, Sud (pure) Gramani (the master of a village), Sudhi (intelligent one) Vahu (arms), Kamalabhii (the lotus-sprung deity), Karta (master or doer), Vahu (many).
21-27Satya (truth), Madhutaksha and Dshrgha-pat (belong to the masculine gender) The terms Sarva (all) Viva (all), Ubha (both), Anya (other), Anyatara (other than that) are terms that are used both in the masculine and feminine genders. Paurva, Apara, Uttara, Dakshina Apara, Antara, Tad, Yad, Idam, Asmad and Yushmad are the terms that are used in all the genders.