A Practical Grammar of the Pali Language by Charles Duroiselle

By Charles Duroiselle

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S´ha, lion. miga, deer. kumŒra, boy, prince. mŒöava, a young man. sŒmaöera, a novice. Fem. base. s´h´, lioness. mig´, doe. kumŒri, girl, princess. mŒöav´, a young woman. ) 186 The Feminine of many patronymics is also formed by means of ´. Masc. base. kacchŒyana. vŒseÊÊha. gotama. Fem. base. kacchŒyan´. vaseÊÊh´. gotam´. 187. Nouns in ka (mostly adjectives used substantively) form their Feminine in ikŒ or ikin´. Masc. base. nŒvika, a boatman. paribbŒjaka, a wandering ascetic. pa×sukèlika, a monk wearing robes made of picked-up rags.

Ins. Abl. Loc. Voc. Singular. rŒjŒ. ra––o, rŒjino, rŒjassa. ra––o, rŒjino, rŒjassa. rŒjŒna×, rŒja×. ra––Œ, rŒjena, rŒjinŒ ra––Œ, rŒjasmŒ, rŒjamhŒ. ra––e, ra––i, rŒjini, rŒjimhi, rŒjismi×. rŒja, rŒjŒ. Plural. rŒjŒno, rŒjŒ. ra––am, rŒjèna×, rŒjŒna×. ra––am, rŒjèna×, rŒjŒna×. rŒjŒno. rŒjèhi, rŒjèbhi, rŒjehi, rŒjebhi. rŒjèhi, rŒjèbhi, rŒjehi, rŒjebhi. rŒjèsu, rŒjesu. rŒjŒno, rŒjŒ. Remarks. , it follows the declension of Masculine nouns in a, like deva. (b) The forms of the plural seem to point to a base or stem in, u: rŒju.

The words pitŒ and mŒtŒ present some peculiarities. 164. (STEM MîTAR) (SANSK. MîTô). Singular. Plural. Nom. mŒtŒ. mŒtaro, mŒtŒ. Gen. mŒtu, mŒtuyŒ, mŒtyŒ. mŒtarŒna×, mŒtŒna×, mŒtèna×, mŒtunna×. Dat. mŒtu, mŒtuyŒ, mŒtyŒ. mŒtarŒna×, mŒtŒna×, mŒtèna×, mŒtunna×. Acc. mŒtara×. mŒtaro, matare. Ins. mŒtarŒ, mŒtuyŒ, mŒtyŒ. mŒtarehi, mŒtŒrebhi, mŒtèhi, mŒtèbhi. Abl. mŒtarŒ, mŒtuyŒ, mŒtyŒ. mŒtarehi, mŒtŒrebhi, mŒtèhi, mŒtèbhi. Loc. mŒtari, mŒtuyŒ, mŒtyŒ, mŒtaresu, mŒtèsu. mŒtuya×, mŒtya×. Voc. mŒta, mŒtŒ.

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