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Grammatical Sūtra: दीर्घो लघोः dīrgho laghoḥ
Individual Word Components: dīrghaḥ laghoḥ
Sūtra with anuvṛtti words: dīrghaḥ laghoḥ aṅgasya (6.4.1), abhyāsasya (7.4.58), laghuni (7.4.93), caṅpare (7.4.93), anaglope (7.4.93)
Type of Rule: vidhi
Preceding adhikāra rule:7.3.10 (1uttarapadasya)

Description:

Source:Laghusiddhānta kaumudī (Ballantyne)

In the reduplicative syllable, a prosodially short vowel is lengthened in the Reduplicated Aorist of the Causative, when the vowel of the root is light, and the root has not lost its end-vowel before the Causative ((ṇi))|| Source: Aṣṭādhyāyī 2.0

A substitute long (vowel 1.2.28) replaces the light (vowel) [of the reduplicated syllable 58 of an áṅga 6.4.1 of a verbal stem] containing a light vowel [before the causative marker ṆíC co-occurring with the Aorist substitute marker CáṄ 1, without 0̸ replacement of its final vowel (before ṆíC) 93]. Source: From Aṣṭādhyāyī of Pāṇini In Roman Transliteration translated by Sumitra M. Katre, Copyright © 1987. Courtesy of the University of Texas Press.

Source:Srisa Chandra Vasu's Aṣṭādhyāyī of Pāṇini

Anuvṛtti: 7.4.58, 7.4.93


Commentaries:

Kāśikāvṛttī1: dīrghā bhavati laghoḥ abhyāsasya laghuni ṇau caṅpare anaglope. acīkarat. ahara   See More

Kāśikāvṛttī2: dīrgho laghoḥ 7.4.94 dīrghā bhavati laghoḥ abhyāsasya laghuni ṇau caṅpare anagl   See More

Nyāsa2: dīrgho laghoḥ. , 7.4.94

Laghusiddhāntakaumudī1: laghorabhyāsasya dīrghaḥ syāt sanvadbhāvaviṣaye. acīkamata, ṇiṅbhāvapakṣe (ka Sū #536   See More

Laghusiddhāntakaumudī2: dīrgho laghoḥ 536, 7.4.94 laghorabhyāsasya dīrghaḥ syāt sanvadbhāvaviṣaye. aka   See More

Bālamanoramā1: dīrghoḥ lagho. `atra lopo'bhyāsasye'tyato'bhyāsasyetyanuvartate. abhsasy Sū #158   See More

Bālamanoramā2: dīrgho laghoḥ 158, 7.4.94 dīrghoḥ lagho. "atra lopo'bhyāsasye"tyato'bh   See More

Tattvabodhinī1: dīrgho laghoḥ. laghorabhyāsasyeti. nanu ajjhalsamudāyā'bhyāsasya laghusaṃā du Sū #132   See More

Tattvabodhinī2: dīrgho laghoḥ 132, 7.4.94 dīrgho laghoḥ. laghorabhyāsasyeti. nanu ajjhalsamu   See More

1.Source: Arsha Vidya Gurukulam
2.Source: Sanskrit Documents


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