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H h a-t “ to be alike” : 5th form h nak,h haw o, 6 th form hnaya. co-t “ to write": 1st form cotam , 5th cok, causative cocaka-l; the other forms from a base co-l. cho-i “ to send": 1 st form m ostly chotanx; the longer base seem s alw ays to be chota ta -l “ to d o” : when used as an auxiliary, especially in N, rarely in other MSS, the follow ing shortened forms occur, A 2. ti, tiwo, 4. te, 6 . ta, 9. lam , 10. iiseip (cf. )• j 109— 110 A Grammar of the Classical Newari. 3. 5. Frequently dhakarp, dhakawo, see §§ 210— 213.

For the form s in -fids, -ndseiix see § 102 note. ). T he ending is -kw o throughout. In IV it seems added to the longer base, m alakw o. 4, from bh alapa-l “to th in k ”). In N the I. 7, from wo-n “to go”). 8 (an infinitive o f purpose). , i. e. — N has a few instances o f an ending -nd (-m d) for I. 9 (an adverbial participle). , I ll (wanting), IV -laiji, V -am. ). — In I, esp ecially in the younger MSS, an anusvSra is som etim es inserted before it, e. g. narpsem from ria-n “to hear”. In IV the final -/ mostly disappears, e.

Instrum ental. l “ when she goes in order to keep her oath” . Rarely found. d. Locative. Used with the general m eaning “ in doing”. a (dependent on verbs). — Ex. 6 “ w ho does not exert h im self in his own affairs". (3 (alone), dhan sahas yayas-am ra j tol-te m al C2 9 “in collecting riches . . one m ust put aside all sham e”. Mostly it means “ in the case o f doing, w hen about to do”. e. Sociative. “As soon as . 19 f. 9 “ they w ill flee, at the more sight of see”. — Found only in the younger MSS.

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