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160 Lesson XXXVII. XXXVIII. given you (pass. constr.). 11. Let the great poet weave (ory, qal) a verse-wreath of word-pearls (instr.). 12. Every-day two thieves robbed the king's treasury. 13. He who receives (part.) gifts from every one is polluted (59). 34. The Creator formed the world by his will (FEET) alone. 15. Betake thyself (HT) for salvation to the gods' protection. 16. Let kings restrain the wicked by punishments. 17. We saw Rāma's daughter coming out (pres. part.) of the house. 18. Let the bridegroom grasp the maid- en's hand before the fire. 19. An Aryan must not eat an- other's leavings (36- o, pass. part., neut. sing.). 20. One must bathe daily in unconfined (part. from fa-ty) water. 21. May the three-eyed god, the great-lord (at) whose-forehead-is-adorned- with-the-crescent, protect you. DO Lesson XXXVIII. an U-10 407. Verbs. Root-class, contd.* Roots ending in an i-vowel or an u-vowel (except 17 go') change these into yy and są before vowel-endings in weak forms, when not gunated. 408. Root & 'go' (act., but used in mid. with the prep. fy: ‘go over for oneself', i. e. “repeat, learn, read'; the [ then be- comes 4, as above). Indicative. Active. Middle. 1. एमि इवस् इमस अधीये अधीवहे। अधीमहे 2. Ufa इथस् थ अधीषे अधीयाथे अधीध्व 3. एति तस्य न्ति अधीते अधीयते अधीयते

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syllable throughout, in weak as well as in strong forms-except of course in the imperfect. Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®