By Hans Jorgensen
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Verbs in an unchangeable -I. chai- “to like” , “ to change", sul- “to hide”, hnel- “ to laugh”. Note 1. Roots with a are not found in the first class (instances like ta-n : ta-a “to vanish” are merely orthographical variants. See § 9). In the II. class -a- does not occur, but -0- is frequent. Verbs of the IV. class are compara tively rare. On da-t, pha-t, kha-t see § 110c. 48 Nr. 3. H ans J orgensen : § 92 —93 Note 2. There arc some irregularities, and, in the lafe,. language, fluctuations between the classes (mostly lll:iy less frequently II: III).
One part out of four”). b. D is tr ib u tiv a . 6). Other num erical D erivatives. 87 a. 2 “ (her) cunning is four tim es that of a m an” . b. 15). 7. 46 Nr. 3. H ans J o rg en sen : § 8 8 - 89 c. -tarin(arji). 6 f. “ all at once" (only exam ple). d. -khe. cha-khe "aside, ap art” . pe-khen\ “in four direc. 31). e. -bhin. only cha-bhin “ aside, ap art”. f. 5. — F or ba w hich is alw ays placed before the noun, is m ostly found ba chi, w hich usually com es after the noun. 6 “ half a m onth” , thava.
6 “ w ho does not exert him self in his own affairs". (3 (alone), dhan sahas yayas-am raj tol-te mal C2 9 “in collecting riches . . one m ust put aside all sham e”. Mostly it m eans “ in the case of doing, w hen about to do”. e. Sociative. “ As soon as . . ”. 19 f. 9 “ they will flee, at the m ore sight of see’’. — F ound only in the younger MSS. Note. ShUr yOyao . m ailhun ySyao . 27 f means “eating, copulation, and sleep”. f. Directive. Not essentially different from the dative. manusy-thiqx syayata.
A grammar of the classical Newārī by Hans Jorgensen