A Practical Grammar of the Pāli Language by Charles Duroiselle

By Charles Duroiselle

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Nehi = tehi. nesaŋ = tesaŋ. nāsaŋ = tāsaŋ. nesaŋ = tesaŋ. nesu = tesu. nāsu = tāsu. nesu = tesu. Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. pg. 48 Singular. ayaŋ. assa, imassa. assa, imassa. imaŋ. anena, iminā. asmā, imasmā, imamhā. asmiŋ, imasmiŋ, imamhi. Plural. ime. imesānaŋ, imesaŋ. esānaŋ, esaŋ. imesānaŋ, imesaŋ. esānaŋ, esaŋ. ime. imehi, imebhi, ehi, ebhi. imehi, imebhi, ehi, ebhi. imesu, esu. §306. Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. §307. Feminine Singular. ayaŋ. assāya, assā. imissāya, imissā, imāya. assāya, assā.

Numerals in i follow the 2nd form and those in a the 1st form. §270. To express full decades but one, as 19, 29, 39. , 20 deficient by one. ekūnatiŋsa, 29 viz. 30 deficient by one, etc. pg. 44 §271. , are declined like vīsati. Remark. They are consequently declined like deva, kaññā and rūpaŋ. §272. Sataŋ 100, sahassaŋ, 1000, lakhaŋ, l00,000, are Neuter substantives, and therefore declined as such on the model of rūpaŋ (124). §273. §279. (ⅲ) ADVERBIAL DERIVATIVES FROM NUMERALS. §280. Many important adverbs are derived from numerals by means of some suffixes.

Nassa = tassa. nāya = tāya. naŋ = taŋ nena = tena. nassā = tassā. nena = tena. naŋ = taŋ. nassāya = tassāya. naŋ = taŋ. nasmā = tasmā. nassaŋ = tassaŋ. nasmā = tasmā. nasmiŋ = tasmiŋ. nāyaŋ = tāyaŋ. nasmiŋ = tasmiŋ. ne = te. nā = tā,tāyo. ne = te. nehi = tehi. nāhi = tāhi. nehi = tehi. nesaŋ = tesaŋ. nāsaŋ = tāsaŋ. nesaŋ = tesaŋ. nesu = tesu. nāsu = tāsu. nesu = tesu. Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. pg. 48 Singular. ayaŋ. assa, imassa. assa, imassa. imaŋ. anena, iminā. asmā, imasmā, imamhā. asmiŋ, imasmiŋ, imamhi.

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