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ZI Dual N. V. %Q 0 9 1 ~ Or ? ~ l u rN, , V. I%I q'P "gl* AC pr%Vf< om$? ] DECLENSION OF NOUNS, $ 78. Decline : q l y f. ; like in &'em. &qq m. ' a physician,' q q f. qqmm. f+ f. f. ,' 128 § 79. ' Singular. Plzc~al. Dtcal. ( c. )-Bases ending i n r. -z $ 80, Salzdhi :1. Before vowel-terminations the final remains unclianged (5 60). 8. I n all the remaining cases, ( a )5 is changed to q; ( I , ) but when final in a, root wllicll comnlences with -Q, and in ~ 1 Q q ~ 'a f . particular kind of metre,' is cllanged to ~ f ( jc ) \vilen forming part of the roots to faint, ' I to love' itnd -8 'to spue, ' g may to bate, ' optionally be changed to $ or to y; ( d ) and wllen forming part of 1110 root ;rp ( t o bind, ' it is changed to y.
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Ab. cia~ i . N. V. Ac. * D. Ab. +T: a. +& L ~i%w: vfqsq m q m 3 ~TPT, 4 3 S 160. The Feminine base of the nguns in it which denote an agent to the masculine is formed by t11e addition of the feminine suffix base ;e. g, @& Fern. base d; i t is declined like (S 141). I)--% changeable to q. & m. 'a father', q q $ 151. Nouns expressive of relationsl~iplike J &amotlier', m. ' e husbsnd'e brother', &c. ) to -5 e. 8. m. 'a fatbet', mf. 1 51 DECLENSION OF NOUNS. N. e. Ac. :am? , tind ' ~ b ($ f ~140). $ 155.