Thonmi Sambhota

Enumerations
 
The three main systems of Sanskrit grammar studied in Tibet:
 
1. Kalapa (ka la pa/cha bsags) - based on the basic text by Acharya Ishvaravarman, who was instructed by Kumara, son of Mahadeva.
 
2. Chandrapa (tsan dra pa) - based on Chandragomin's Chandravyakarana
 
3. Sarsvata (dbyangs can pa) - based on Jonang Taranatha and Darpa Lotsawa's translations, and on the later translation by Situ Panchen

Glossary
 
rkyen  affixation
bsgyur ba  strengthening
nyer bsgyur  prepositional prefixes (upasarga)
gnyis pa'i bsdu ba  dvanda compound
rtags gsum  three genders
de yi skyes bu'i bsdu ba  tatpurusha compound
dus  tense
sde  group (varga)
bsdu ba  compound
rnam 'gyur  morphological change
rnam dbye  case, declensions (vibhakti)
byings  root
dbyi ba  elision
'bru mang po'i tshig sdud  bahuvrihi compound
ming  nominal stem
mtshams sbyor  euphonic conjuction (sandhi)
tshig  inflected word
rang bzhin  natural stem
las 'dzin gyi bsdu ba  karmadharaya compound