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See also p.. 103 n. 4. 1 (cf. VON HINUBER § 160). For Prakrit see PISCHEL § 70 / 77. v. aroga and ALSDORF, Kleine Schriften p. 307). c. (see SAKAMOTO-GOTO, Buddhist Studies 1  170 <49>). On parinamita- 'the law of change', Ja VI 189,29*, see OBERLIES (1996: 147). w. It is interesting that SMITH (Sadd V 1602) explains parisuddhi1 purity' in a different way (parisuddhi-: parisuddha- = parami- : parama-). (1966) 309, and OBERLIES (1995/96: 271). § 6: The vowel a 37 (ab)bhdkutika- '(not) frowning' (*- bhakuti- [bhrkuti-])1.
V. have add Ja VI 322,24* if ALSDORF's conjecture pa find + ha +ve hadayam panditdnam [see Kleine Schriften p. 402 with n. 43] is acceptable). 5)2. (7) A couple of words has a meaning which is attested in Vedic but not (or: not any longer) in (Classical) Sanskrit: avancana- 4not able to go' (y/vanc), kasati 'ploughs' vs. kassati 'pulls, drags' (QIA krsati 'ploughs' vs. kdrsati 'pulls, drags')3, natta- 'public reputation for skill' (TS+jnatra-)A,panna•fallen (down)' (RV+ pannd-)5, siloka- 'fame' (RV+ sloha-)6, sena- 'weapon, missile', Ja VI 448,28* (RV+ sena-).
5: The vowel a 33 (7) nataka-'relative' (jnatifka]-)1, sakkhali- 'orifice of the ear' (saskuli-), pharati 'pervades' (sphurati), kappara- 'elbow' (kurpara-) (8) tad-amina 'by this' (imina), Sn 1372, dakkhita- 'consecrated' (diksita-), garu- 'heavy' (guru-)3, makula- 'bud' (mukula-). As a (9) split vowel a appears between two consonants (at least) one of which contains an a (see § 21)4: garahati 'reproaches' (garhati),palavati 'floats, swims' (plavate)5, ratana- 'gem, jewel' (ratna-), nahdpeti 'washes' (snapayati), pasani(ka)~ 'heel' (parsni-), D III 150,22* (so read6).
A short Kikuyu grammar by B M Kirkaldy-Willis, W.H. Gecaga