By Hans Jorgensen
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7. 46 Nr. 3. H ans J o rg en sen : § 8 8 - 89 c. -tarin(arji). 6 f. “ all at once" (only exam ple). d. -khe. cha-khe "aside, ap art” . pe-khen\ “in four direc. 31). e. -bhin. only cha-bhin “ aside, ap art”. f. 5. — F or ba w hich is alw ays placed before the noun, is m ostly found ba chi, w hich usually com es after the noun. 6 “ half a m onth” , thava. ayu. 6 f. 2 “the nourishm ent of a w om an is twice as m uch as th at of a m an” . —pi lato ib. 5 “ during four months”. 11 “three days and nights” (= Sa.
B. of later irregularities m ay be m entioned: caus. gayaka-l from gal- “ to fan” , cayaka-l from cal- “ to open” ; A 5 chawo, mdwo from chSl- “ to like” , mSl- “ to be necessary”. thu-l besides thul- "to possess”, si-l besides sil- “ to w ash” , rta-/ besides M -t “ to bite”. A uxiliaries. These are da-t “ to be, to exist” , kha-t “to be” , pha-t 109 “to be able” , ju-l “ to becom e”, ji-l “ to be able”, te-l “ to be proper” , mal- “ to be necessary” (also mval- cf. § 9), le-n, ta-n “ to be about, to be w illing”.
F o r th e form s in -fids, -ndseip see § 102 note. ). T he ending is -kw o th ro u g h o u t. In IV it seems added to the longer base, m alakw o. 4, from bhalapa-l “ to th in k ”). In N the I. 7, from wo-n “ to go” ). 8 (an infinitive of purpose). I -n, II -t, III -I, IV, V id,, i. e. — N has a few instances o f an ending -nd (- md ) for I. 9 (an adverbial participle). , I ll (wanting), IV -latp, V -am. ). — In I, especially in the younger MSS, an anusvSra is som etim es in serted before it, e.