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 --- Andreas Johansson <[log in to unmask]> wrote: >
bn wrote:
> >
> >sanskrit has a 'fixed' order, insofar as the
> >traditional names for the cases are 'first'
> 'second'
> >'third' . . . 'seventh' ( plus the vocative which
> >wasn't considered a true case )
>
> And this order is ... ?
>
>                                       Andreas

finally found them on google :

masc singular, |nara-| man

1 nom |naras|*
2 acc |naram|
3 instr |narena|
4 dat |nara:ya|
5 abl |nara:t|
6 gen |narasya|
7 loc |nare|
( voc |nara| )

*historic form. before a pause it's realised as
|narah|, but the |s| returns with sandhi

bn

=====
bnathyuw | landan | arR
stamp the sunshine out | angelfish
your tears came like anaesthesia | phèdre

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