Names, Verbs, and Cases

Tuesday 17 March 2009

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Names

Sachin-sacina purity, Lathika-latikā creeper, Rishi-ṛṣi sage, Rahul-rāhula (a proper name), Shekhur-śekhara pinnacle, Sangeeta-saṃgītā music , Balkrishna-bālakṛṣṇa child-Krishna, Arun-aruṇa red, Raj-rāja kingdom, Ravi-ravi the sun. Shanti-śānti peace, Shivani-śivānī wife of Shiva, Nirmala-nirmala pure, Gauri-gaurī wife of Shiva, Shalini-śālīnī humble, Prathiba-pratibhā splendour, Soumya-saumyā pleasant, Kumar-kumāra young, Prakash-prakāśa light, Kirit-kirīṭa crown, Sangeeta-saṃgītā music, Rashmi-raśmi ray, Radha-rādhā wife of Krishna, Jasvinder-jasvindara (Punjabi name), Kareena-karīnā (a proper name), Rajesh-rājeśa best of kings, Mohan-mohana stealer of hearts, Pratap-pratāpa majesty, Arjun-arjuna clear, Prakash-prakāśa light, Gitanjali-gītāṃjalī an offering of songs, Priya-priyā beloved, Krishna-kṛṣṇa black, Sachin-sacina existence, Anil-anila wind, Ravi-ravi the sun, Sanjeev-saṃjīva bringing to life, Kiran-kiraṇa a ray, Preeti-pritī love, Pushpa-puṣpā flower, Avantika-avantikā name of a holy city, Sunil-sunīla blue, Naveen-navīna new, Vivek-viveka discrimination, Rohit-rohita red, Pratap-pratāpa brilliance, Niru-nirū short form of nirūpama meaning uncomparable, Nehru-neharū (a proper name), Deepti-dīptī shining, Uma-umā fame and wife of Shiva, Harsha-harṣa happiness, Naveen-navīna new, Arun-aruṇa red, Vikram-vikrama heroism, Dinesh-dineśa king of suns or king of days, Divya-divyā divine, Sagita-sagīta with songs, Pallivi-pallavī young sprouts, Kavita-kavitā poem, Neha-nehā affectionate.
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Cases

  1. Sachin goes. sacina jātā hai| (Nominative case for the subject)
  2. Lathika goes home. latikā ghara ko jātī hai| (Accusative case for the object)
  3. Rishi goes by car. ṛṣi kāra se jātā hai| (Instrumental case for the instrument)
  4. Rahul goes for eating. rāhula khāne ke liye jātā hai| (Dative case)
  5. Shekhar goes from the house. śekhara ghara se jātā hai| (ablative case for separation)
  6. Sangeeta goes to Balkrishna's house. saṃgītā bālakṛṣṇa ke ghara jātī hai| (Possissive case)
  7. Arun goes in the house. aruṇa ghara meṃ jātā hai| (Locative case)

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Verbs

Make sentence with the following verbs in all seven cases.
  1. to go, to come, to do, to eat, do drink-jānā, ānā, karanā, khānā, pīnā|
  2. to sleep, to drive, to walk, to read, to buy-sonā, calānā, calanā, pa.Dhanā, kharīdanā|
  3. to do, to want, to have, to take, to come-karanā, cāhanā, pāsa honā/rakhanā, lenā, ānā|
  4. to see, to read, to smell, to listen, to explore-dekhanā, pa.Dhanā, sūṃghanā, sunanā, khojanā|
  5. to get, to look, to take, to give, to make-pānā, dekhanā, lenā, denā, banānā|
  6. to think, to bring, to feel, to forget-socanā, lānā, anubhava karanā, bhūlanā|
  7. to program, to discover, to throw, to catch, to clean- program karanā, khojanā, pheṃkanā, paka.Danā, sāpha karanā|

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