A Practical Grammar of the Pāli Language by Charles Duroiselle

By Charles Duroiselle

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Esīnaŋ. esī. esīhi, esībhi. esīhi, esībhi. esīsu. esī. Singular. Feminine. esinī. esissa, esino. esissa, esino. esiniŋ. esiniyā. esinā, esismā, esimhā. esiniyā, esiniyaŋ. esinī. Plural. Feminine. esinī, esiniyo. esinīnaŋ. esinīnaŋ. esinī, esiniyo. esinīhi, esinībhi. esinīhi, esinībhi esinīsu. esinī. Neuter. esi. Nom. Gen. esiŋ. esinā. Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. esismiŋ, esimhi. esi. Neuter. esīni, esī. esinaŋ. esīnaŋ. esīni, esi. esīhi, esībhi. esihi, esibhi. esīsu. esī. Decline like esī Masculine ekākī, solitary.

Mahatā, mahantasmā, mahantamhā. mahati, mahante, mahantasmiŋ, mahantamhi. mahaŋ, mahā, maha. mahatiyā, mahantiyā. mahatiyā, mahantiyā. mahatiŋ, mahantiŋ. mahatiyā, mahantiyā. mahatiyā, mahantiyā. mahatiyā, mahantiyā, mahatiyaŋ, mahantiyaŋ. mahatī, mahantī. Nom. Neuter. mahaŋ, mahantaŋ. mahato, mahantassa. mahato, mahantassa. mahantaŋ. Gen. Dat. Acc. mahatā, mahantena. mahatā, mahantasmā, mahantamhā. mahati, mahante, mahantasmiŋ, mahantamhi. mahaŋ mahā, maha. Masculine. mahanto, mahantā. mahataŋ, mahantānaŋ.

Para, distant, other. uttara, upper, higher. adhara, lower, inferior amuka, so and so, such. (310, c) pubba, first, former. ubhaya, both. aññatara, one of several, a certain. apara, subsequent, other. dakkhiṇa, right, (not left). vissa, all. asuka, so and so, such. CHAPTER X. §348. Another suffix va, from vat, ( = Sk. vat), forms adverbs of time and cause from the Pronominal bases ta, ya, ki. The final t of vat is dropped according to the phonetic laws obtaining, in Pāli, which do not suffer any consonant to remain at the end of a word, except ŋ; before a vowel however, the final t is revived in the form of a d; as for instance: tāva; but; tāvad eva.

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