Imatges de pàgina
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Second future, ' I will or shall be frequently.' jtofamifa ^twfanjNu ftafVmmH

■*ftHf^rfrT tMWnif *l**fa«nr>tt

Aorist or third preterite, ' I was frequently.'

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ADVERBS.

712. Adverbs (nipdla), like nouns and verbs, may be divided into simple and compound. The latter are treated of in the next Chapter on Compound Words.

There are in Sanskrit a number of aptote or monoptote nouns called indeclinable*. Some of these indeclinable nouns are as follows: «H14 setting,'' decline;' *rfigr ' what exists,' * existence;' *ft* 'mystical ejaculation, typical of the Hindu Triad;' ^ 'water,' 'ease,' 'head;' ^m 'on the ground;' WW 'satisfaction,' 'food;' 7pm 'reverence;' ^rrfer ' non-existence;' ^fif ' the fortnight of the moon's wane;' W"', ' sky? w, 'earth;' BUT 'a year;' ?rfi* or jrfi» 'the fortnight of the moon's increase;' ^rr_ ' heaven;' *jrfw 'salutation;' 9VT 'interjection at oblation to the manes;' WI 'ease.' Others will be mentioned at 713—717, as it will be convenient to classify simple adverbs under four heads; 1st, those formed from the cases of nouns and obsolete words; 2dly, other adverbs of less obvious derivation; 3dly, adverbial affixes; 4thly, adverbial prefixes.

Formed from the Cases 0/ Nouns and Obsolete Words.

713. The nominative or accusative neuter of any adjective;

A», WW 'truly;' W?' much;' JfUl, ftfTT,' quickly;' 'JH' fitly;' WW ' new;'

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