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Exercises: Complex Classes | Learn Sanskrit Online

Vocabulary

Complex Verb Classes

अद्
root अत्ति
eat, consume, devour
अस्
root अस्ति
आस्तिक
mf(ī)n
a believer, especially in the Vedas
नास्तिक
mf(ī)n
an atheist or doubter, especially of the Vedas
These two terms are used to classify the different philosophical schools in India. Those schools that adhered to the Vedas and the Vedic tradition were called āstika, from the word asti, and those schools that rejected the Vedas and the Vedic tradition were called nāstika, from the sentence na asti. You can click here to read more about these terms.
व्यस्
root व्यस्ति
divide, separate, arrange
व्यास
m
"arranger," "divider"; Vyāsa
समस्
root समस्ति
unite with
समास
m
union; aggregation; a Sanskrit compound
root एति
go, come into
ब्रू
root ब्रवीति
speak, say
वच्
root वक्ति
speak, say
हन्
root हन्ति
kill, slay, destroy
सु
no सुनोति
press out, extract
युज्
na युनक्ति, युङ्क्ते
yoke, equip, unite, lead
रुध्
na रुणद्धि, रुन्द्धे
block, oppose
तन्
o तनोति, तनुते
weave, stretch, impel
क्री
nā क्रीणाति, क्रीणीते
buy, purchase
ज्ञा
nā जानाति, जानीते
know, understand, perceive

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The exercises below feature some verb stems and verb endings. Given a verb stem and verb ending, produce a complete verb.

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