3 edition of Glossary of the Multani language, or, (South-western Panjabi) found in the catalog.
Glossary of the Multani language, or, (South-western Panjabi)
O"Brien, Edward of the Indian Civil Service.
|Statement||by E. O"Brien, I.C.S., revised by J. Wilson, I.C.S., and Pandit Hari Kishen Kaul.|
|Contributions||Wilson, James, Sir, 1853-1926., Hari Kishan Kaul, raja rai bahadur pandit, 1869-|
|LC Classifications||PK2269.M8 O2 1903|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||367|
|LC Control Number||43034065|
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O'Brien, Edward, of the Indian civil service. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. Glossary of the Multani Language Compared with Punjábi and Sindhi Glossary of the Multani language compared with Punjábi and Sindhi, Edward O'Brien (of the Indian Civil Service.) Author: Edward O'Brien (of the Indian Civil Service.) Publisher: Printed at the Punjab Government Civil Secretariat Press, Original from: Oxford University.
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Glossary Contributions epenthesis: hominem → homne → homre → hombre (the medial b is epenthetic). See also liaison. Ergative-absolutive language Lengua ergativo-absolutiva (Also just "ergative".) A language where the subject of a transitive verb is marked with a grammatical case conventionally known as the ergative, while both the.
Multani is a Brahmic script originating in the Multan region of Punjab and in northern Sindh, Pakistan. It was used to write Saraiki language, often considered a dialect of Western Punjabi language.
The script was used for routine writing and commercial activities. writedowntheMultanistories,atfirstformyownbenefitonly, and afterwards in the hope that theymight also be of usetoothers interested in the people ofthe Multan Province and their. History. The community derives its name from the city of Multan, situated in i literally means an inhabitant of the city of are said to have emigrated from Multan during the reign of Sultan Mahmud Multani are said to have originally belonged to.
Multan's history stretches deep into antiquity. The ancient city was site of the renowned Multan Sun Temple, and was besieged by Alexander the Great during the Mallian Campaign. Multan was one of the most important trading centres of medieval Islamic India, and attracted a multitude of Sufi mystics in the 11th and 12th centuries, earning the city the nickname City of Saints.
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An Introduction to High Speech: The words found in this glossary are from a language known as High Speech. High Speech (also called "The Tongue") was the ancient, ritualized language of Mid-World. Low speech—also called the common tongue or the vulgate—was the speech of everyday interaction, but High Speech was the language of gunslingers.
This book define ans d discusses terms critica, theoriesl, and points of view The Glossary presents a series of succinct essays in the alphabetic order of the types o figurativef language or of literary genres, and the many entries tha t deal with the forms, component features, history, and.
Punjabi and Multani people are same yet they have some differences. People from Multan or areas around it are called Multani people. Multanis speak Saraiki which is a dialect of Punjabi. Just because they speak Saraiki dialect/language they are ca Missing: book.
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A glossary is a list of terms that traditionally appears at the end of an academic paper, a thesis, a book, or an article. The glossary should contain definitions for terms in the main text that may be unfamiliar or unclear to the average : 99K.History and origin.
The community claims to be Rajputs who converted to were originally settled in the city of Multan, and were brought to Jodhpur by its ruler to manufacture cannonballs. Over time, these Multani Lohars immigrated to dialect of Gujarati still contains substantial Seraiki loanwords.
The community claims to be distinct from the other Lohar communities of.