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Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. §307. Feminine Singular. ayaŋ. assāya, assā. imissāya, imissā, imāya. assāya, assā. imissāya, imissā, imāya. imaŋ. imāya, assā, imissā. imāya, assā, imissā. assaŋ, imissaŋ, assā, imissā, imāyaŋ, imāya. DECLENSION OF ASU, THAT. Plural. imā, imāyo. imāsānaŋ, imāsaŋ. §308. Masculine. Nom. Gen. imāsānaŋ, imāsaŋ. Dat. imā, imāyo. imāhi, imābhi. imāhi, imābhi. imāsu. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. Neuter. Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. Singular. idaŋ, imaŋ. imassa, assa. imassa, assa.

Examples. Stem. sīha, lion. assa, horse. hattha, the hand. dāra, wife. Remarks. §170. All nouns the stem of which ends in o, and the Nom. sing. in aŋ, are Neuter. " (b) Native grammarians invariably use it as the sign of the Vocative case. (c) The Feminine, bhotī, "madam" is regularly declined after the ī declension Feminine, (adī). Examples. Stem. citta, the mind. rūpa, an image. bhatta, rice. hita, benefit. bhaya, fear. §167. DECLENSION OF ARAHAŊ, SAINT. STEM IN AT, (OR ANT). " Nom. Gen. Dat.

293. Feminine: sā, she, this, that. tumhākaŋ, to you, for you tumhaŋ, to you, for you. vo, to you, for you. Nom. Gen. tumhe, you. tumhākaŋ, you. vo, you. Dat. tumhehi, by you. tumhebhi, by you. vo, by you. tumhehi, from you. tumhebhi, from you. vo. from you. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. tumhesu, in, on, upon you. Remarks. (a) The bases are tad and ta (sometimes lengthened to tā, in the singular). (b) tumha (tumhad), is the plural base. (c) te like me of ahaŋ, is an enclitic form and never begins a sentence; so is vo for the plural.

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