lṛṅ लृङ्

Definition: general term for the personal affixes of the conditional, which are applied to a root to show the happening of an action only if there was another preceding action, both the actions being expressed by लृङ् or conditional affixes; e.g. देवश्चेदवर्षिष्यत् सुभिक्षमभविष्यत्; cf. लिङ्निमित्ते लृङ् क्रियातिपत्तौ P. III.3. 139, 140. लृङ् is also used under certain other conditions when some specific partīcles are used; cf. P.III.3.141-146, 151.


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