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116 Lesson XXVIII. 302. Past Active Participle in तवन्त (or नवन्त्). From the past pass. part. is made, by adding the possessire suffix am (f. ant), a secondary derivative having the meaning and construction of a perfect actire participle; thus, anem, agaan. 303. This participle is almost always used predicatively, and generally without expressed copula, i. e., with the value of a per- sonal perfect-form. Thus, i a afecara “no one has seen me”; or, with copula, Herge taarifa “thou (fem.) hast come into great misery”. This participle comes to be made even from intransitives; thus, HT That “she has gone”. Vocabulary XXVIII. Verbs: (múhyati) be confused or dazed atq in caus. (pratáráyati) de- or stupid. ceire. TH + 9 besiege. ag+ HA (samnáhyati) equip one- TE + 9 (praróhati) grow up. self. fang + (pravicáti) penetrate, 7+ fa-Tin caus. (ryāpādáyati)! enter. kill. a + q in caus. (prarartáyati) Cara * (pålāyate) flee. continue. 223 enjoy, eat. foto + remain over, survive. H + HH honor. 1 + 39 bestrew. Sobst. : T7 m., citizen. on m., end; in loc., at last. ATATE m., palace. e n., n. pr., Delhi. 999 m., Greek, barbarian. CT m., ass. pota m., jackal. JET f., cave. afara m., soldier. afta d., behavior, life. ha n., army. geattia m., nom. pr. afera m., elephant.

  • A quasi-root from t'go' + OTT away'.

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