Arabic Grammar by Dr. A. Socin

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1hittipii{ila. In a few cases special problems arise on account of the order of words. mous myth of Sunal)sepa (literally 'dog penis'), who was bought as a sacrificial victim at the price of a thousand cows, / sunascit I ci. In other words, he padapti{ha, derived variant recitation. 1hitiipiilha:"I dvt! dharl Padapii{ha:. / dvt! 1 sahtisriid yiipiid amuFico tJSami~{a hi ~ab I evasmcid agne vi mumugdhi pasiin .. j I sunabsepam I cit I n[,ditam I sahtisrtit I yiipiit I amuFicab I tiSami~{a I hi I sab I eva I asmtit / agne I vi I 111umugdhi !

12) in connection with Rama's lookiug at Govinda, but it should be clear that the description here required would turn out to be much more complicated than the one given earlier. If we look a little more closely, it will become apparentthattheseproblems cannot be solved even if re-writiug rules in terms of sets and wild trees are adopted. In wild trees, as observed before, the points dominated by a single node constitute a set. They can accordingly be arranged in any desired order. But in order to derive Patanjali's sentences from (iv), whether or not interpreted as a wild tree, or from any similarly constructed tree, rearrangements are required which go beyond the confines of single constituents or elements domiuated by a single node or category symbol.

Vlilwl]1 slicinam abhidhavantam adrlikeib (21). Another arrangement could be derived by reversing the order of embedding of S, and S, into (iij). vahab slicinam abhidhtivati adrakeib. l (22). Still other arrangements could be obtained by changing the order in some of the re-writing rules utilized to set up (iv). 33 WORD ORDER IN SANSKRIT AND UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR INDIAN TH s Miller, 1963, 288). vlihal; sac/nom abhidhlivoti bhogini horati (iv) N udakam Unfortunately, neither (21) nor (22) coincides with either of Patanjali's arrangements.

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