86 Lesson XX.XXI.
भूभृद्भिर्दण्ड्यन्ताम् । ४ । समिद्भिरग्नि यजेत । ५ । पुण्येन जगती जयेः । ६ । त्वं जीव शरदः शतम् । ७ । भूभृतः (gen) शिखरं वय मारोहाम यूयमधस्तादतिष्ठत ।। ८ । काश्चित्सरितः समुद्रेण काश्चिद- न्याभिः सरिद्भिः संगच्छन्ते । ९ । रात्रौ तडिददृश्यत । १० । भक्ताः सुहृदो ऽस्मान्सुखं लम्भयन्ति । ११ । अशुभिनीयो बालाश्च मनोरथा- न्साधयन्ति । १२ । शरदि कासुचित्सरित्सु पद्मानि दृश्यन्ते । १३ । 14. Indra, with the Maruts as his companions, killed Vytra. 15. Without a companion no one can perform a difficult business. 16. One (pre88 in pl.) should plant trees on all the roads, for the sake of the shade. 17. Those friends who are true in misfortune are hard to find in the three worlds. 18. The girule and the sacred cord of Aryans are to be made threefold (neut. dhul). 19. Put ( स्था coas. ) this stone behind the fire. 20. The ocean is called by the poets the husband of rivers. 21. All subjects must be protected (im®.) by their kings. 22. Some of these Brahman8 are learned in the Upanisads, others in the law-books. Lesson XXI 246. Declemsion of womsonant-stems, omtd. Stems im pala. tals, etc 1. Final च् of a stem reverts to the original guttural when it conves to stand as word-final, and before the padca-endings becoming when final, and before, सु, and w before भ् . 2. Final ज् is oftenest treated exactly like for cases of other treat ment. see below. 8. In the roots * दिश, दृश and स्पृश , the श is treated in the same way. 4. The स of सु becomes © after ; In classical Sanskrit not many root-stems are used as inde pendent substantives; but they are frequently employed, with adjective or (present) participial value, as final element of a conm- pound word