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Lesson XXXIII. 139 offüz 'man-lion'; OTETE ‘foot-lotus', i. e. 'a foot lovely as a lotus. 365. The adverbial words most commonly used as prior members of descriptive compounds, qualifying the other member, are the verbal prefixes (“ prepositions”), and the words of direction related to them; likewise the inseparable prefixes 79 or priva- tive, well', 'ill', etc. These are combined with nouns (in quasi-adjectival value) as well as with adjectives. Thus, ara ‘not done'; अपण्डित ‘not a scholar'; अनर्थ ‘misfortune'; अतिदेव more than a god’; fact 'exceedingly far’; ufazy 'excessive fear?; afaye 'opposing side.' Vocabulary XXXIII. Verbs: | TET + (anurájyati, -te) be 114 + HA complete. devoted to, inclined to (loc.). Ya + fa station, place, appoint. F + 9 go away (on a journey). ga + fa return home. Subst.: 07 n., step; place. att m., air, sky. 98 m., n. pr. a m., hermitage. Afgoft f., queen. are m., n. pr. Het f., chase. SHT7 m., boy, prince. UTETf., march, journey; support. Et f., game, sport. at m., race, family. facra m., ornament (often fig.). ata m., state of affairs; news. me n., bathing-place; place of Heit f., female friend. pilgrimage. Frant m., hospitality. Hoa n, oait f., the threefold Adj.: world. 7904, f. o, suitable. go m., n. pr. fga, f. 7T, adopted. far m., panther. Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®°