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Sadaf Munshi

‘name of a religious ritual among Hindus’, K. šraan ‘bath (n.)’, K. šrap-un ‘(of food) to get digested’, H. šraap ‘a bad curse’. Note that the sibilant in these cases is always the voiceless alveo-palatal fricative [š]. 11 This does not seem to be entirely true in that certain verb roots do