A Practical Grammar of the Pali Language by Charles Duroiselle

By Charles Duroiselle

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Mahata×, mahantŒna×. mahata×, mahantŒna×. mahantŒni, mahantŒ. mahantehi, mahantebhi. mahantehi, mahantebhi. mahantesu. mahantŒni, mahantŒ. Remark. (a) The declension of mahŒ should be carefully studied, as all the Present Participles, in at and ant, as for instance gaccha× or gacchanto, kara× or karanto, paca× or pacanto, are declined like it. (b) We have already given (167) the declension of araha× which, in the Nom. sing, has also the form arahŒ. (c) The word santo (167) meaning a good man, is similarly declined; the form sabbhi, however, is also found in the Ins.

8. Vocative, used in addressing persons. Remarks. The student will find fuller explanations of the uses of the cases in the chapter on Syntax. 117. The declension of nouns is divided into two great divisions: (a) Vowel-declension, comprising all the stems that end in a vowel. (b) Consonantal, declension, in which are included all the stems ending in a consonant. (c) Vowel-declension is generally, for the sake of clearness, divided again into three classes: (i) the declension of stems ending in, a or, Œ.

Vi––èhi, vi––èbhi. Loc. vi––èsu. Voc. vi––è, vi––uvo. Neuter. vi––èni, vi––è. vi––èna×. vi––èna×. vi––èni, vi––è. vi––èhi, vi––èbhi. vi––èhi, vi––èbhi. vi––èsu. vi––èni, vi––è. Feminine. vi––un´, vi––uniyo. vi––un´na×. vi––un´na×. vi––un´, vi––uniyo. vi––un´hi, vi––un´bhi. vi––un´hi, vi––un´bhi. vi––un´su. vi––un´, vi––uniyo. Decline like vi––è, in the Masculine, Feminine and Neuter. niddŒlè, sleepy. pabhè, powerful. matta––è, temperate. kata––è, grateful. 219. ADJECTIVES WITH CONSONANTAL BASES.

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