128 Lesson XXXI. with the pouns. 2. The pumerals above 19 are usually treated as nouns, either taking the numbered noan as a dependent genitive, or standing in the sing. in apposition with it; thus, un retoria or mai ieft: “a hundred female slaves”; T T TTG “in sixty autumn8". 334. Ordinals. Jya* 'first’, fanta, gata, agů, TZA, 48, A, WH, JCA, TA, Tatet (to 19th, the same as the cardinals, but declined like देव, etc.); विंश or विंशतितम 20th; त्रिंश or विंशत्तम 30th, etc. Note also एकोनविंश or ऊनविंश, vastafayfaqa or Bianfanfana, 19th. The shorter forms(fayetc.) are by far the commoner. 335. प्रथम, द्वितीय and तृतीय make their fem. in •आ; the rest, in & Occasional forms of the pronominal declension are met with from the first three; but the usual declension of nouns is the normal one for ordipals also. 336. Numeral adverbs. 1. ggia 'once'; fetch 'twice'; FTH
- thrice'; चतुस् ‘four times'; पञ्चकत्वस् or पञ्चवारम् ‘five times';
and so on, with a cap or o TTH. – 2. Day 'in one way’; feet or em 'in two ways'; fax or IET, aquí, ury, 761 or षड्धा , etc - 3. एकशस् ‘one by one'; शतशस ‘by hundreds', etc. Vocabulary XXXI. Verbs: 149 in caus. (bhojáyati) feed. are+ FA (sankaláyati) put to-faw + f (abhişiñcuti) anoint gether, add. as king. A+ ufa pass (of time). +87- cite, mention. q (jálpati) speak, chat. afgerito D., n. pr. a city. Sabst.: wanae m., the fourth Veda.
- To forms no ordinal.
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