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Lesson XL. XLI. 171 विग्भिर्भूमी निहितानि हवींषि श्वानाववालीढाम् ॥ ४॥ सुखमास्तां भवानिति गन्तुमनुज्ञातो ऽपयन्सखा सखायं ब्रूयात् ॥ ५ ॥ सुन्दर समाश्वसिहि समाश्वसिहीति भयनिमीलिताक्षीमुर्वशीं पुरूरवा अब्र- वीत् ॥ ६॥ गुरुक्रोधभीताः शिष्या रात्रि वेदानध्यैयत ॥ ७ ॥ अस्तु यशः श्रुतवृत्ते स्तां श्रियः सन्तु न तु भक्तिं विना स्वर्ग प्राप्नुयाः ॥ ८ ॥ दानोपभोगहीनः पुमाञ्श्वसन्नपि न जीवति ॥ ९ ॥ दीर्घसचमुपासते ये ब्रह्मचर्य चरन्ति ॥ १० ॥ 11. Long may the great-king govern the earth according to law. 12. There was a mighty king Nala by name (FTA), son of Vīrasena. 13. The lion, satiated-with-the-blood-of-the-slain-gazelle, licked his mouth with his tongue. 14. Let the householder say to the guest: “where didst thou sleep during the night"? 15. The cowherd milked the cows twice daily. 16. The boy, beaten by his father, wept bitterly (HVA). 17. Whose daughter art thou, girl? 18. Know that that by which thou livest, and the whole world lives, is the world-spirit. 19. Having arisen in the morning, reverence the sun (afaq). 20. If you do not praise Rāma, there will be no salvation for you (use WF, in pres. opt.). Lesson XLI. 430. Verbs. Reduplicating Class. This class forms the present- stem by prefixing a reduplication to the root.* 431. The rules governing the reduplication are as follows: 1. The consonant of the reduplicating syllable is in general the first consonant of the root; thus, दा, ददा. But, (a) a non-a8- pirate is substituted for an aspirate; and (b) a palatal for a guttural

  • Only a small proportion of the roots of this class retain the

accent on the root-syllable in the strong forms. In the great ma- jority, the accent is on the reduplication, both in the strong forms and in those weak forms whose endings begin with vowels. Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®