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94 Lesson XXII. XXIII. Çiva is the eldest among his brothers (loc., gen.). 20. The gods live by the oblation. 21. A merchant wishes wealth (it), a warrior fame, an ascetic deliverance. 22. The woman's eyes are suffused with tears. Lesson XXIII. 255. Declension. Comparative Adjectives. Comparative ad- jectives of primary formation have a double form of stem for mas- culine and neuter: a stronger in JIH (usually tyih), in the strong cases, and a weaker in ga (usually fuf), there being no distinction of middle and weakest cases. The voc. sing. masc. ends in 97. The feminine-stem is made with $ from the weak stem-form. Thus, TETH, better': Masculine. Neuter. Sing Dual. Plural. Sing. Dual. Plural. N. But it hath N.V. Turn Territ Seifa A. STEHA श्रेयसस 1. श्रेयसा श्रेयोभ्याम् श्रेयोभिस like the masculine. L. fa a Teren, oz:R V. stena Fem. stem श्रेयसी, declined like नदी. 256. Stems in you (or W7) fall into two divisions: A. those made with the suffix *(*), being, with few exceptions, active participles, present and future; and B. those made with the pos- 8essive suffixes मन्त (or मत्) and वन्त् (or वत्). They are masc. and neuter' only, the fem. being formed with f. 257. A. Participles in (or #W). E. g. staan m., A., living.' е Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®