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XVI. Verhal Prefixes: Adverbs and Prepositions. 81, 82, 167, 190, 395-397. XVII. Formation of Compound Stems. Classification, 346—353. — Copulative Compounds, 354–357. — Determinative Compounds, 358; Dependent, 359—361; De- scriptive, 362–365. – Secondary Adjective Compounds, 366– 370; Possessive, 371—377; with Governed Final Member, 378. - Adjective Compounds as Nouns and Adverbs, 350, 379–381. [Drandva-compounds, p. 136 (note); Tatpuruṣa-compounds, p. 137 (note **); karmudhāraya-compounds, p. 137 (note *); Dvigu-con- pounds, 380; Bahuvrihi-compounds, p. 142 (note); Aryayābhāva- compounds, 381.] XVIII. Syntactical Rules. Position of Modifiers, p. 35 (note). — Repetition of Words, p. 67 (note *). -- Agreement of Adjectives, 245. — Force of Cases, 104, 112. - Prepositions with Cases, 82, 130. – kim with Instrumental (and Genitive), p. 89 (note). - Construction with Comparatives, 345. – Numerals, 333. – Pronouns, 225, 234 -236. – iti, p. 47 (note). - Force of Tenses: Present, 96; Imperfect, 182; Perfect, 474; Aorist, 486. — Force of Modes: Imperative, 194—196; Optative, 207. – Causative, 221. - Passive, 177. – Past Passive Participle, 290. – Past Active Participle, 303. - Gerund, 311-313. — Infinitive, 320-322. – Future Passive Participle, 327. Appendix. Hindu Names of Letters. – Modern Hindu Accentuation of Sanskrit. Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®