Possessor particle, བདག་སྒྲ་

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Articles on Tibetan Grammar
1. Introduction
2. Formation of the Tibetan Syllable
3. Formation of the Tibetan Word
4. First case: ming tsam
5. agentive particle
6. Connective Particle
7. La don particles
8. La don particles—Notes
9. Originative case
10. Verbs
11. Verbs—Notes
12. Syntactic particles

by Stefan J. E.

Possessor particles

  • བདག་སྒྲ་, term of the owner
See Tibetan Grammar - Formation of the Tibetan Word, Usage of པ་, བ་, མ་, པོ་, བོ་, མོ་.

From the Great Tibetan Chinese Dictionary:

བོད་རྒྱ་ཚིག་མཛོད་ཆེན་མོ་: བདག་སྒྲ། མིང་གི་མ་མཐར་གང་ཟག་མཚོན་པར་བྱད་པའི་སྒྲ་སྔར་མེད་པ་ལ་གསར་དུ་པ་པོ་དང་མ་མོ་སྦྱར་བས་རིམ་བཞིན་ཕོ་དང་མོར་གོ་དགོས།
བདག་སྒྲ་: The owner particle: by joining པ་, པོ, མ and མོ newly to the the right side of a word where they were not before [it] shows / indicates a person [who is the ownerof or in control of or in conection with the thing or activity indicated by the word itself]. Male and female [persons] have to be understood respectively [from པ་, པོ and མ, མོ]."
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