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Full text of "Linguistic Survey Of India Vol V Part I Indo Aryan Family Eastern Group"

ADDENDA kiNOBA, 701. V, FT. I.

Page 169, last line.—Fo* ' M* «>««* ', read ' he Mgry • .

Page 175.— The same remarks apply as those on Page 168 above.

Page 284.— Paragraphs on pronunciation. A friend who has served in Sylhet
informs me that, in the Eastern Sylhet dialect, 6 is commonly pronounced as «. Thus
ghofa, a horse, is pronounced ghurd, and ckdr, & thief, is pronounced fur.

Page 321, line 9 from. oeloio.—For fa, read fa,

Page* 352 f.— Begarding the column for Bengali Colloquial (Phonetic Transcrip-
tion), see the remarks made with reference to page 42.

Page 353, South- Western Bengali column, No. IS, read ' imfane-kir • ? tf0, 19, read
' mormrai-kSr.-

Page $65, South-Eastern Seagate column, No. d, read 'whjw*1; Not. 14— M, a
•diacritical mark (~) has in each case broken off from a capital A. Read respectively,
4'fi, Ir, 3r, Ira, irar, sr&r.' Insert a comma after ' & ' in No. 16.

Pagt 356, No. 29, Bengali Standard column,— For ' oh*» ', read ' nhsii '. JVV.
90, Sengali Colloquial oolwm, for ' W<» * , read ' &»*•

Page 362, Siripurid column, No. 68, for '&**' , read ' 8     ' ; AV* 70, read ' taw1.

Page 363, Aro. 64, first column.— For ' tw ', read ' *** ',

Page 367, No. 83, first colttm».—For ' **» ', read '

Page 371, No. 104, first column. — Omit the comma.

Page 372, No. 128, second column.— For ' bbal» ', read '

Page 376, No. 165, third column.— For ' won ', read '*"*'•

Page 377, No. 161, second column.— For ' t-anns -, read ' tfan» '.

Page 379, Chdkma cdimn, Noa. 167 and 160.— Mead ' tfii '; No. 168.— Bead '

Page 379, Nos. 168, 172, 173 and 174, South-Hotter* Bengali column.— Here again
diacritical marks have broken off from over A.— Head, throughout, '& '•

Page 380, Not. ISO and 183, second cohtm».~For ' ™>Ah \ ' «*«* ?, reorf, in each
case, ' m5ris '•

£<t.ge 380, No. 182, third columtt—Por ' MM* ', read ' *"«* •
P<r^ 380, Nos. 196—199, second colim».—Eead ' mfaibe, maribs, m»rib*, oiribe ', respec-
tively.
I'&ge 381, No. 190, second column.— For 'miwhcMk,' read « m*»hchlulft '.
Page 381, No. 198, tecoAd column.— lor ' »onn* ', read ' monae '.
Page 382, No. 182, secoiut col»mtt.—Sead ' tor* '•