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Lesson II. 29 ut pā (pibati) drink. 17 nara man (vir and homo). 21 bhū become, be, exist. (blsúvatil 79 nrpa king. YA yam (yácchati) furnish, give. ga putra son. ao vệs rain, give rain; (fig.) Neut.: shower down; overwbelm. 77 kšīra milk. 48m? remember, think on. Te gļha bouse. PTT sthā (tișthati) stand (intr.). F jala water. Subst. Masc.: 79 dāna gift, present. T5 gaja elephant. TOTT nagara city. gael gandha odor, perfume. | Interj.; UTH grāma village. he O, bo. Exercise 11. HET Cara Ersfa 191 * TERTA: 1817 fuara : 131 नृपी बयतः । ४। कदा फलानि यच्छथः ।५। कुत्रधुना गजं नयामि । ६। नयन्ति देवाः । ७ । नयथ हे देवाः । ८। नरः फले यच्छति । ९ । अ- धुना जिघ्रामि गन्धम् । १०। देवं यजावः।११। पुत्र ग्रामं गच्छन्ति ।१२। तत्र गृहे भवतः । १३ । सर्वत्र दानानि वर्षन्ति नृपाः ॥ १४ ॥ 15. The man' drinks milk? 16. The king leads the elephant'. 17. Two houses' fall? 18. The god' giveswater?. 19. Ye both think on (E) the two gods? (accus.). 20. The kings wins the village?. 21. The two elepbants' smell the perfume?. 22. They cook fruits'. 23. The man reverences the gods? 24. The two elephants' live”. 25. The gods giverain (qo).

  • Final # m is commonly written as anusvāra if the fol-

lowing word begins with a consonant; but the Hindus pronounce it as H m in such cases. At the end of a sentence anusvāra should ot be written for Hm, though this is a habit common in the MSS. bei Final radical # m, in internal combination, is assimilated to a the following mute or spirant. In the former case it becomes the nasal in pime class with the mute; in the latter it becomes anusvāra.- the idical an, in internal combination, becomes anusvāra be- viscibilant. hav Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®