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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.'
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;'