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Lesson XXV. 103 Masculine. Neuter. Singular. Dual. Plural. Singular. Dual. Plural. N. जग्मिवान् जग्मिवांसी 'वांसस् जग्मिवत् जग्मुषी जग्मिवासि A. जग्मिवांसम् जग्मुषस I. जग्मुषा वयाम् वद्भिस् as in the masculine L. जग्मुषि जग्मुषोस् जग्मिवत्सु V. जग्मिवन् 269. Stems श्वन, यवन्. The stems श्वन् m., ‘dog', and युवन् m., n., young, have as weakest stems शुन् and यून्; in the strong and middle cases they follow राजन् ; voc. श्वन, युवन. Fem. शुनी and युवति. | 270. The stem मघवन् m., ‘generous' (in the later language almost exclusively a name of Indra), has as strong stem मघवान्, mid. ०व, weakest मघोन्. Nom. sing. मघव, v0C. °वन्. Fem. मघोनी. 27. The stem अहम् n., ‘day', is used only in the strong and weakest cases, the middle, with the nom. sing., coming from अहर or अहस्. Thus : | Singular. Dual. Plural. N.A.V. अहर् (स) अहनी or अही अहानि 1. अहा। अहोभ्याम् अहोभिस L. अहनि or अहूि अहोस् अहस्सु or अहःसु 272. Compounds with }अच् or अञ्च . The adjectives formed from this root with prepositions and other words are quite irregular. Some of them have only two sten-forms: a strong in and a weak in अच्; while others distinguish from the middle in अच् a weakest stem in 7, before which the is contracted with a pre- ceding १ (य) or उ (१) into ई or ऊ. The fem. is made with १ from the weakest (or weak) stem; thus, faget. The principal stems of this sort are as follows : Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®