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Dvīhi, dvībhi. Abl. dvīhi, dvībhi. Loc. dvīsu. UBHO, BOTH. ubho, ubhe. ubhinnaŋ. ubhinnaŋ. ubho, ubhe. ubhohi, ubhobhi. ubhehi, ubhebhi. ubhohi, ubhobhi. ubhehi, ubhebhi. ubhosu, ubhesu. §264. The numerals from 11 to 18 are declined in exactly the same way. §265. Here it must be observed that 10 has three forms: dasa, rasa, lasa, the last two being used only in composition with other numerals; ḷasa is also found. §266. The numerals from 19 to 99 are Feminine; as they are formed by prefixing the numerals from 1 to 9 to the decades, the decades are here given separately.

Mahantīhi, mahantībhi, mahatīhi, mahatībhi. mahatīsu, mahantīsu. mahatī, mahatiyo, mahantī, mahantiyo. Neuter. mahantāni. mahantā. mahataŋ, mahantānaŋ. mahataŋ, mahantānaŋ. mahantāni, mahantā. mahantehi, mahantebhi. mahantehi, mahantebhi. mahantesu. mahantāni, mahantā. Remarks. (a) The declension of mahā should be carefully studied, as all the Present Participles, in at and ant, as for instance gacchaŋ or gacchanto, karaŋ or karanto, pacaŋ or pacanto, are declined like it. (b) We have already given (167) the declension of arahaŋ which, in the Nom.

Kaŋ. kā, kāyo. kāya. kāhi, kābhi. kāya. kāhi, kābhi. kāya, kassā, kāsu. kāyaŋ, kassaŋ. Neuter, kiŋ, what ? Singular. kiŋ. kissa, kassa. kissa, kassa. kiŋ. kena. kasmā, kamhā. kasmiŋ, kamhi, kismiŋ, kimhi. Plural. kāni. kesaŋ, kesānaŋ. kesaŋ, kesānaŋ. kāni. kehi, kebhi. kehi, kebhi. kesu. Remarks. §326. By placing na, not, before the Indefinite Pronouns we get the meanings: none, no one, nothing, etc. (a) The base of ko assumes several forms: ka, ku (kud), ki (kid). (b) kud and kid are used before vowels and in composition.

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