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A Practical Sanskrit Dictionary

MC-c41-indx.htm

by A. A. Macdonell, 1893,
http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/scans/MDScan/index.php?sfx=jpg 1929.
Nataraj ed., 1st in 2006, 2012

Edited, with additions from Pali sources, by U Kyaw Tun (UKT) (M.S., I.P.S.T., USA) and staff of Tun Institute of Learning (TIL) . Not for sale. No copyright. Free for everyone. Prepared for students and staff of TIL  Computing and Language Center, Yangon, MYANMAR :  http://www.tuninst.net , http://www.softguide.net.mm , www.romabama.blogspot.com

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UKT 120125: I have given a rough guide for Pal-Myan readers, fully realizing that Pali and Sanskrit pronunciations are different.

Watch and listen a video in Bur-Myan with Pal-Myan words: {aún-hkrín:rhic-pa:}
http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=DlR4ymuCgoE
- 120125, 140208

Row-4 consonants: Dentals  
  Tenuis: {ta.} त /t/; Voiceless: {hta.} थ /tʰ/;
  Voiced: {da.} द /d/; Deep-h: {Da.} ध /dʰ/;
  Nasal: {na.} न /n/
Note: IAST transliterations are not given because they do not agree with IPA.

Indic speakers should remember that {hta.} थ is given in IAST as «tha» or «th». In the country of Myanmarpré, the common English transcription <th> stands for IPA /θ/ as in the English word <thin>.

I've finished modifying the names of old grouped entries up to MC-c41-indx.htm :
> p105.htm*, ... , p108.htm, p109.htm, p110.htm - update 2017Aug 
Covered percent, counting from : 109/382 = 28.53 %

> {ta.} त p105.htm* , p106.htm , p107.htm, p108.htm , p109.htm
> p110.htm, p111.htm, p112.htm , p113.htm , p114.htm ,
> {hta.} थ p115-1.htm , {da.} द p115-2.htm , p116.htm , p117.htm , p118.htm , p119.htm 
> p120.htm , p121.htm , p122.htm , p123.htm , p124.htm ,
> p125.htm , p126.htm , p127.htm , p128.htm , p129-1.htm , {Da.} ध p129-2
> p130.htm , p131-1.htm , p131-2.htm , p132.htm , p133.htm , p134.htm , p135-1.htm
> {na.} न p135-2.htm , ...

*Page {ta.} त p105.htm is a special case, because Ma Thuzar had done the first half and I had completed the rest. With completion I have moved this to page-by-page group. It is on this indx to have it together with other files still remaining in the old file group.
Scanned page for p123.htm not available

{ta.} त :
modified and moved: p105.htm* - update 2017Aug
  *Re-linked to place the page again with others of the {ta.} त group
modified: ..., p107.htm , p108.htm , p109.htm , p110.htm - update 2017Aug 

English has only two nasals /m/ and /n/ in both onsets and codas of the syllables. The nasals fall in between vowels and plosive-stop consonants in coda position in the pronunciation of the syllables. See Sonority hierarchy on right. /n/ is the first nasal we are coming across, and you should compare /na/ /ni/ /nu/ /nau/ to the vowels /a/ /i/ /u/ /au/. These vowels you would remember are at the corners of the vowel-quadrilateral.

{na.} - 
p135-2.htm
p136.htm 
p137.htm 
p138.htm 
p139.htm 
¤ {ni.} -
p140.htm
p141.htm 
p142.htm 
p143.htm
p144.htm 
p145.htm 
p146.htm
p147.htm 
p148-1.htm

p148.htm has been split into p148-1.htm &  p148-2.htm to separate {ta.}- & {pa.}-groups.
The link to p148.htm has been removed, but not the file itself is still in {ta.}-group.
The first file in the {pa.}-group is p148-2.htm : it is in MC-v06 group.

UKT notes :

 

 

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