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Noun:
wordnGNK«[pre~]√root

G is gender: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter
N is number: s = singular, d = dual, p = plural
K is declension: n = nominative, a = accusative, i = instrumental, d = dative b = ablative, g = genetive, l = locative, v = vocative

after « there are optiional prefixes separated from each other and from the following root by ~
lack of « means that the word has no known derivation from a verbal root or that derivation is unknown;
word is a nominative, singular form.

Proper noun:
wordNGNK«[pre~]√root

G is gender: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter
N is number: s = singular, d = dual, p = plural
K is declension: n = nominative, a = accusative, i = instrumental, d = dative b = ablative, g = genetive, l = locative, v = vocative

after « there are optional prefixes separated from each other and from the following root by ~
lack of « means that the word has no known derivation from a verbal root or that derivation is unknown;
word is a nominative, singular form.

Pronoun:
wordrPGNK

P is person: 1 = first, 2 = second, 3 = third
G is gender: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter
N is number: s = singular, d = dual, p = plural
K is declension: n = nominative, a = accusative, i = instrumental, d = dative b = ablative, g = genetive, l = locative, v = vocative

word is a base

Adjective:
wordjGNK«[pre~]√root

G is gender: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter
N is number: s = singular, d = dual, p = plural
D is declension: n = nominative, a = accusative, i = instrumental, d = dative b = ablative, g = genetive, l = locative, v = vocative

after « there are optional prefixes separated from each other and from the following root by ~
lack of « means that the word has no known derivation from a verbal root or that derivation is unknown;
word is a nominative, singular form.

Adverb:
worda«[pre~]√root

after « there are optional prefixes separated from each other and from the following root by ~
lack of « means that the word has no known derivation from a verbal root or that derivation is unknown;
word is a nominative, singular form.

Verb:
wordvVDTMPN«[pre~]√root

V is voice: a = aatmanepada, p = parasmaipada, y = passive
D is secondary derivation: N = nominal, C = causative, D = desiderative, I = intensive, · = primary
T is tense: A = present, I = perfect, U = aorist, B = future
M is mood: · = indefinite, o = imperative, E = injunctive, e = subjunctive, a = imperfect, i = optative, I = precative, D = infinitive, G = absolutive
P is person: 1 = first, 2 = second, 3 = third
N is number: s = singular, d = dual, p = plural

after « there are optional prefixes separated from each other and from the following root by ~
word is the occuring form

Participle:
wordtVDTGNK«[pre~]√root

V is voice: a = aatmanepada, p = parasmaipada, y = passive
D is secondary derivation: N = nominal, C = causative, D = desiderative, I = intensive, · = primary
T is tense: A = present, I = perfect, U = past, B = future
G is gender: m = masculine, f = feminine, n = neuter
N is number: s = singular, d = dual, p = plural
K is declension: n = nominative, a = accusative, i = instrumental, d = dative b = ablative, g = genetive, l = locative, v = vocative

after « there are optiional prefixes separated from each other and from the following root by ~
word is a nominative, singular form

Numeral:
wordu

Particle:
wordc

Preposition:
wordp


Rig Veda source:

The Sanskrit text is the Aufrecht/van Nooten/Holland (Samhita) version of the Rigveda.
http://titus.uni-frankfurt.de/texte/etcs/ind/aind/ved/rv/mt/rv.htm

transliteration by Detlef Eichler
http://sanskritdocuments.org/mirrors/rigveda/

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