Why is it not /lamba/? I thought this would have masculine declension, and not /lambe/: a plural declension. Thanks for the reply
Hi, Bear ji,
Words like "father" are treated as grammatically plural (even if there is only one dad) as a form of respectful address.
It goes by "honorary" on dictionaries, if I'm not mistaken. Aap is an example of that.
Good reply , thanks
When to use "ke" and "ka"?
Use "ke" for plural. However, also use it for HONORIFIC (respectful).