Grammar of the Tibetan language, literary and colloquial; by Herbert Bruce Hannah

By Herbert Bruce Hannah

Grammar of the Tibetan language literary and colloquial. В книге широко представлена литературная и разговорная грамматика тибетского языка.

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Ong, Price To read; g^* Lo\ Lightning ; ; sign Thus, g|'^'^' ^ ^' Lod- i)o, Stone. TIBETAN GRAMMAR. § 3. —The Romanized Equivalents adopted in this work, showing the Powers of the thirty consonants. Tibetan Romanized Character. Equivalent. Remarks. Acute accent, used for instance with STj' Ga, is pronounced almost with d, when ^' Da, like T. is Thus, when g, k like and ; pronounced almost ^^lyi is GtONG, Price, because ^C pronounced nearly like Kong ; it but S* CrO , Door, pronounced like the ordinary hard t)E, The, That, because English g.

Is and that ^' in the still As regards Tibetan words, the to lengthen later ^ and some words, and It

TJ « J ^' Name. 17 •^* SO Subjoined Ba, in the form of is called ^'^"^^^ or TIBETAN GRAMMAR. — The six consonants to ' which :S' Ha, in the form ^ (^'^^''1^' may be subjoined. Ha-ta), With the exception of L'a (commonly seen Lha), which ^' is frequently met with, these -f^a-compounds are only used in trans- from Sanskrit, literations L'A-SA, Lhasa, § 8. and to lengthen is Ha, —The The Pali, etc. effect of subjoining slightly aspirate the consonant. ^' the Capital of Tibet. gj* O'a. 5* D'a (Dental) t Dz'd.

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