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48 Lesson VIII, IX. of the ocean's waves?. 18. The father beholde* bis son's face.” 19. “We strive after the advantage of the scholars';” thus (fa) speake the teachers”. 20. The children ask their father for food (accus.). 21. In the forest' yonder? elephants are fightings with bears*. 22. The two Çūdrasº serve the two Aryans? here’. 23. Fruits' please the children”. 24. Wbencedo ye received money?? 25. Now? the two seers begin the sacrifices. Lesson IX. 162. Feminines in | ā, declined like a senā, 'army.' Singular. Dual. Plural. N. सेना sena Ha sene (ā + ) GATH senās A. ATA senām n I. सेनया senaga सेनाभ्याम् senabhiyap सेनाभिस senabhis D. Bare senāyāi सेनाभ्यस senabhyas Ab. Haperta senāyās , n G. ॐ ॐ सेनयोस् senaJos सेनानाम् sendnam L. TUTA senāyām सेनासु sendsu V. a sene 163. Adjectives in a are declined in the masc. like ga, in the fem. like hat, in the neuter like 47. But often the fem. stem ends in & 7, and is declined like oeit in Less. XI). 164. Final û ài and it āu, according $ 159, become yra ay Eurâus à and a āv respectively before any following vowel or diphthong. The y or a may then be dropped, leaving a hiatus. The y is in fact always dropped, but the a not often. Thus, are becomes, through the medium of सेनायाय अच, सेनाया अच; Cat 7 becomes 97a7. chech 165. Initial , after short vowels, the preposition 7, and the n Univ Calif - Digitized by Microsoft ®