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Note that, as 'Gyur med points out, the classifications of autonomous and otherdependent verbs both can include verbs which have distinct agents and those which do not: bltas pa ("to look"; autonomous) and mthon ba ("to see"; other-dependent) are both verbs which have distinct agents; 'gr*o ba ("to go"; autonomous) and slebs pa ("to arrive"; other-dependent) are both without distinct agents. e. "verbs which have both aspects" (cha nis Idan gyi bya tshig). This typically yields a causative construction like gnid khug par byed ("to make him sleep"), go bar byed ("to make him understand").

As for the mysterious Don 'grub, the colophon states: slar yah don 'grub ces pa sa mo lug lor bio gsar gton nu 'ga' iig la sum rtags don 'khrid sprod skabs... e. in this case 1859 or 1919. See the tables in Dagyig gsar bsgrigs pp. 880-885. ) The conclusion of all this is simple: we don't know who wrote this text which DURR attributed to Don 'grub. The Eel gyi me loh also mentions this point. yas) and "the left [side]" (g-yon) are instances where the gaprefix applies to both self and other! 20 And Si tu himself laments — probably, with justification — that some of his predecessors thought that nouns such as "carnivor" (gcan gzan) and "the animal, the [Himalayan] sheep" {dud 'gro gnan) were examples of the prefix ga- being applied to "acts which belong to the object of the action" (bya ba gzi la yod pa'i las)\21 Indeed, if one looks at an early text such as the rTags 'jug gi tïkâ of Go ram pa bSod nams sen ge (1429-1489), it becomes immediately apparent that all the distinctions between agents, objects, simple nouns and actions were badly blurred.

I. Concerning the older commentaries of the earlier [period] 1. Some chapters such as the commentary, in verse, on the meaning of the Sum rtags, the Yi ge'i sbyor ba, composed by Sa skya Pan chen Kun dga' rgya mtshan (11821251). See Sa skya bha* 'bum Vol. 5. pp. 122-124. See also MILLER (1988). There are other short grammatical works of Sa pan, such as the sGra la 'jug pa (pp. 111-116); see also the grammatical 56 Pp. 578-580 in LOKESH CHANDRA (1963 / reprint. 1981). 57 Pp. 60-65. F. TDULEMANS discussions occurring here and there in the first chapter (rtsom pa "composition") of the mKhas pa la 'jugpa'i sgo (pp.

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