December 23, 2011


x-n chad:

1. slan/phyin chad (from slar/phyir): dGe-’dun-chos-’phel explains slan chad and phyin chad as slan phan chad and  phyin phan chad suggesting something like “once gone (or bygone)” and hence meaning “from now on.” See the dGe chos gsung 'bum (vol. 5, p. 75).
2. phan chad (from phar)
3. yan chad (from yar)
4. man chad (from mar)
5. tshun chad (from tshur)
6. sngon chad (from sngar)
7. phan tshun (from phar tshur)
8. yan man (from yar mar), i.e. in the sense of “circa,” “approximately” (Tshig mdzod chen mo, s.v.)

See also Hahn 1985: 172 (§17.8) “Adverbialpartikeln.”

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