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BEPS Sanskrit Dictionary


by U Kyaw Tun, M.S. (I.P.S.T., U.S.A.), Daw Khin Wutyi, B.Sc., and staff of TIL Computing and Language Centre, Yangon, Myanmar. Not for sale. No copyright. Free for everyone.

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/ {a.sa.}/{a.kya.} - a1ca1-004b3-7.htm (plosive stop) अच
   {ic} /ɪc/ - a1c-thut-005b1-2.htm : Don't be tempted to pronounce the coda with  a hissing sound.
     UKT note to TIL editors: this and the following files concerning r2 must be edited together.
     UKT note to general reader: See also {a.Sa.} a1ssa1-023top-2.htm / a1ssa1.htm (fricative sibilant) अष
     Though {a.sa.} and {a.Sa.} are not differentiated in Bur-Myan, they are differentiated
      in Romabama to handle English, Sanskrit, and other sibilant languages
     See also {a.pa.} - a1pa1-013top-3.htm / a1pa1.htm
{a.za.} - a1za1-005b1-4.htm
  {iz} /ɪz/ - a1z-thut-not-entd.htm
    The role of conjunct ज्ञ = ज ् ञ as a stand-in for Pal-Myan is being studied -- UKT110701 
    Words with conjuncts formed from {iz} /ɪz/ with:
    +{za.} - a1z-za1-not-entd.htm
    +{Za.} - a1-zza1-not-entd.htm
    +{a.} - a1z-nya1-not-entd.htm
{a.Za.} - a1zza1-not-entd.htm : See UHS-PMD-0018 to 0021
    I am wondering if the grapheme {a.Za.} has a stand-in {iz~Za.}.
{a.a.} - a1nya1-005b2-2.htm ({} = <ny> - the usual English digraph)
  {i} : A lot of entries with {i~a.} - i.e. with {a.}-conjunct in Pal-Myan: UHS-PMD0022 to 0023.
    Words with conjuncts formed from {i} with:
    +{a.} - a1ny-nya1-not-entd.htm

Note to digitizer/Devanagari transcriber : you can copy and paste the following:
Ā ā  Ē ē  Ī ī  Ō ō  Ū ū
Ḍ ḍ  Ḥ ḥ  Ḷ ḷ  Ḹ ḹ Ṁ ṁ  Ṃ ṃ  Ṅ ṅ    Ṇ ṇ  Ṛ ṛ  Ṝ ṝ  Ś ś  Ṣ ṣ  Ṭ ṭ    ɕ ʂ
Instead of Devanagari ः {wic~sa.} use "colon" :
Root sign √
Sanskrit-Devanagari : श ś [ɕ]; ष ṣ [ʂ]; स s [s] 

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