By Dr. Ervad Ramiyar Parvez Karanjia
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Filthy; having pollution” 2. Degrees of Adjectives The Comparative and Superlative degrees of adjectives are formed by adding terminations to the adjectives. There are two different sets of terminations to be adding to the adjectives to form the degrees. and consonants take on the second set. First set: In the first set, the Comparative degree is formed by adding and the Superlative degree is formed by adding to the positive degree. 1 ADJECTIVE . “more victorious” “victorious” .
Suffix andforms Neuter nouns which are indeclinable. Egs: Root 1 2 Neuter Suffix noun Noun Epenthesis Note that the root is changed to its Guna form. “to think” √- “a thought” 1 c. Suffix forms Abstract feminine nouns. Egs : Root Abst. Suffix Fem. “to be immortal” noun Noun “immortality” When a Primary noun is formed by adding the suffixes anddirectly ,, to the root (which is generally gunated), it is referred to as Gerund or Verbal noun.
1. (st); CASES Nominative Accusative Instrumental Dative Ablative Genitive Locative Vocative (wk) “Carrying” SINGULAR PLURAL Some other words of the base () Masculine “coming, “conquering” going” “ruling” “living” ,“evil; wicked” Khordād (Lit. “Perfection”) 2. “immortality”) “eternity” “growth, waxing” “forwardness” “decrease, waning” Exercise: Give the declensions with meanings of Base:________________ “ CASES SINGULAR ” DUAL PLURAL 53 3.
Teach Yourself Avesta Language (A beginner’s guide for learning the SCRIPT, GRAMMAR & LANGUAGE of the Zoroastrian scriptural texts) by Dr. Ervad Ramiyar Parvez Karanjia