By By the Rev. William J. Davis.
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A uttamanayami nayavah. nayamah. a atmane-pada eka- dvibahuvacana vacana vacana nayate nayete nayante nayase nayethe nayadhve naye nayavahe nayamahe These are the only two forms of personal endings to verbs that will be used in this course. When verbs are presented for use in the exercises, they will be presented in the form: p n nayate he leads. a form, and the English translation of that form. Many of the verbs in this course may be conjugated in either pada, but within the limits of the simple sentences in the exercises, please use the pada given: in the case of dhatu n for example, use the atmane-pada endings.
Narebhyah. B 39 The vocative particle `he' is traditionally sounded in the paradigm; it is optional in a sentence and may be translated as `Oh'. Publications that list sambodhana as an eighth case ending, place that row at the bottom of the table, labelling it simply `sambodhana' and omit the vocative particle he. The sandhi change of n to n. am. The vibhakti of the nouns are, like the verbs, grouped into three's, so that the prathama vibhakti refers to the forms of all three vacana. : narah.
In order to show the relationship in a more complete sentence, such as, desire limits the mind by attachment, we make use of a phrase containing a preposition in our example `by' to indicate the relationship of the word `attachment' to the activity of limiting. But notice the operation of the preposition | `pre-position' | it is an element which is placed before `pre-' to give `position' to the word, that is, to indicate its relationship to the activity. Using prepositional phrases we can thus enlarge our sentence, as for example, in the waking state desire limits the mind from the universal to the particular by attachment.
A grammar of the Kaffir language. by By the Rev. William J. Davis.