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Masc. base. atthakāma one wishing to be useful. kumbhakāra, potter. yakkha, ogre. nāga, snake, elephant. miga, deer. sīha, lion. byaggha, tiger. kākā, a crow. mānusa, a man. pg. 33 Fem. base. atthakāmā, atthakāmī, tthakāminī. kumbhakārā, kumbhakārī, kumbhakārinī. yakkhī, yakkhinī. nāgī, nāginī. migī, miginī. sīhī, sīhinī. byagghī, byagghinī. kākī, kākinī. mānusā, mānusī, mānusinī. §193. The suffixes used for the formation of Adjectival Feminine bases are the same as those given above (181), that is;- §200.

90. navuti. 100. sataŋ. 200. bāsataŋ. dvāsataŋ. 1000. sahassaŋ. 10,000. dasasahassaŋ. 10,000,000 koṭi. navutima. satama. bāsatama. sahassama. dasasahassama. koṭima. Loc. Voc. Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Ins. Abl. Loc. §254. The Cardinals, eka, taya and cattāro are declined in the plural in the three genders; eka, alone of course, having singular forms. Singular. Loc. ekasmiŋ, ekamhi. ekāya, ekissaŋ. Voc. eka. eke. Neuter. ekaŋ. ekassa. ekassa. ekaŋ. ekena. ekasmā, ekamhā. ekasmiŋ, ekamhi. eka. Masculine.

295. There is a common substitute of so, sā, taŋ, obtained by replacing t wherever it occurs, by n, for the three genders. Thus we have: Masculine. Feminine. Neuter. 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.

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