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The terminology for sounds occurring at the beginning of words is quite simple. Such sounds are called initial sounds or are said to be in initial position. b. The situation for sounds that occur at the end of words is, however, a little more complicated. , an initial sound of a following word) follows them, and, if one does, upon the nature of that sound. 1. Therefore, when we refer to a sound that occurs at the end of a word, regardless of what may or may not fol­ low it, we say that the sound is a word final or in word final position.

5 3 � 3 � 3 � l"cr-7t2 � (ja) It t2 '1 (pa) 1 o- t2 Cl"(va) 11=-7 j_2 � (bha) Note that in the list of niigari symbols, each consonant has been transliterated with the vowel "a" (3l) although this is not indicated in the script. , that the vowel "a" (3l), by far the most frequently recurring vowel in Sanskrit, is considered, without any graphic representation, to follow every consonant symbol unless it is otherwise indicated. This fact explains in 'whole or in part, the use of the three most striking and initially confusing features of the script: ( 1 ) the use of vowel signs, (2) the non-vowel sign or viriima, and (3) conjunct consonants.

It is represented in transliteration as apostrophe ( ) in place of the missing letter. ) ' 20 EXERCISES A. B. Transliterate Exercise l C into J:Cl

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