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The Aṣṭādhyāyī is the foundational sūtra text of the Pāṇinian grammatical school, and also (one of) the most important text in the Sanskrit grammatical tradition (vyākaraṇa) and the Indian literary...
1. Introduction Although its original reference is to the diachronic process by which two previously unrelated words or word stems come to be associated, resulting in a new, mixed para...
praśasya, 'good, praiseworthy'; adjective.
śreyas, 'better'; comparative adjective historically related to śrī 'radiant, holy', but synchronically derived from praśasya 'good'.
śreṣṭha, 'best'; superlative adjective historically related to śrī 'radiant, holy', but synchronically derived from praśasya 'good'.
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Lowe, John (2021). 'Aṣṭ. 5.3.60'.
. First published on 14 Sep 2021. Last updated on 14 Sep 2021.