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PumŒ. Remarks. (a)The influence of the a declension Masculine, is clearly discernible throughout. (b) The word sŒ a dog, given at (128), properly belongs to this declension; this gives the stem, san, from Sanskrit •van. The declension of nouns the stem of which ends in -in, has already been given (130); these words declined like daö¶i, (stem daö¶in) and rather numerous, form the transition between the pure vowel declension and the declension of consonantal-stems. 158. (ii) Stems ending in s. 159.

158. (ii) Stems ending in s. 159. DECLENSION OF MANO, (STEM MANAS), THE MIND. Singular. Nom. mano, mana×. Gen. manaso, manassa. Dat. manaso, manassa. Acc. mano, mana×. Ins. manasŒ, manena. Abl. manasŒ, manasmŒ, manamhŒ, manŒ. Loc. manasi, mane, manasmi×, manamhi. Voc. mano, mana×, manŒ, mana. Plural. manŒ. manŒna×. manina×. mane. manehi, manebhi. manehi, manebhi. manesu. manŒ. Remarks. (a) It should be borne in mind that mano is never used in the plural, although the forms are given by some grammarians.

Taruöo, taruö´. d´pana, illuminating. d´pano, d´pan´. Remarks. As said above these adjectives are declined like nad´ and therefore present no difficulty. 202 Adjectives In I (short). 203. Adjectives ending in i are declined like kapi, in the Masculine, and like vŒri, in the Neuter. The Feminine formed by means of ni is declined like nad´. 2O4. DECLENSION OF BHòRI (STEM), ABUNDANT. Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. Voc. Singular. Feminine. bhèrin´. bhèriniyŒ. bhèriniyŒ. bhèrini×. bhèriniyŒ. bhèriniyŒ.

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