A Practical Grammar of the Pāli Language by Charles Duroiselle

By Charles Duroiselle

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The following are the principal derivatives by means of the above suffixes. §338. ADJECTIVES. §339. di (dī), disa, disaka and risa, express likeness, resemblance; the vowel of the stem being lengthened before them. Examples. Pronominal base. ma (289, a) ta (290, a) amha (289, d) tumha (290, b) i (307, a) e (304) eta (298, 3O2) ki (318,a,b) Adjective. mādī, mādisa, mārisa, like me,such as I. tādi, tādisa, tādisaka, like him, like that, such. amhādisa, like us. tumhādisa, like you. īdī, īdisa, īrisa, īdisako, like this, such as this.

Remarks. (a) The bases are tad and ta (sometimes lengthened to tā, in the singular). (b) tumha (tumhad), is the plural base. (c) te like me of ahaŋ, is an enclitic form and never begins a sentence; so is vo for the plural. (d) vo is also found in the Nom. plural. (e) lt will be remarked that Pronouns have no forms for the Vocative case. pg. 47 Singular. sā. tassā, tassāya, tissā, tissāya, tāya. tassā, tassāya, tissā, tissāya, tāya. taŋ. tāya. tāya. tassaŋ, tissaŋ, tāyaŋ. Plural. tā, tāyo. tāsaŋ, tāsānaŋ.

CHAPTER VIII. Adverb. khippaŋ, quickly. sukhaŋ, happily. sīghaŋ, swiftly. mandaŋ, stupidly. NUMERALS. §250. The Numerals are as follows: §251. Cardinals. 1 eka, one. 2. dve, two. 3. tayo, three. 4. cattāro. 5. pañca. 6. cha. 7 satta. 8. aṭṭha. 9. nava. 10. dasa, rasa, lasa, ḷasa. 11. ekārasa, ekādasa. bārasa, dvārasa. 13. tedasa, terasa, telasa. 14. catuddasa, cuddasa, coddasa. 15. pañcadasa, paṇṇarasa, pannarasa. 16. soḷasa, sorasa. 17. sattadasa sattarasa. 18. aṭṭhādasa aṭṭhārasa. 19. ekūnavīsati ekūnavīsaŋ.

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