Latin & Sanskrit (was Re: cases (nom/acc vs sub/obj)
|From:||Jonathan Chang <zhang2323@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, September 17, 2000, 0:26|
In a message dated 2000:09:16 3:30:50 PM, cowan@LOCKE.CCIL.ORG writes:
>"L. is essentially bad Sanskrit", referring to
>a widespread legend that if you speak L., you understand Skt.
*gigglabyte* Panini, the Hindu grammarian (circa 5-7 BCE), is prob'ly
quite disturbed or perturbed in his Current Incarnation at how Sanskrit has
spawned so many stray mutations... not to mention his possible re-action to
Latin's wofling offspring... *snarfle & hyena-cacklin'* hehe, or his
reaction to ENGLISH and Bahasa Indonesia!
::collapses in gigglin':::