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i.e., replacement of the sagho¬a mah¹-pr¹ªa by the a-gho¬a mah¹- pr¹ªa consonant, of abhy¹sa) ba+bhØ+a =ba+bhuv+a=ba bhØ va/ lilekha =likh+ti=li likh+ a (by tib¹de¶a)=li lekh (by guª¹de¶a of the root)+a (by tib¹de¶a)= li le kha / In the Parasmai-pada this guª¹de¶a occurs in the singular forms of all the three Persons. In the 2nd Per. Sing., e.g., li likh+i+tha=lilikhitha, and in the 1st Per. Du., and Pl., e.g., li likh+i+tha=lilikhitha, and in the 1st Per. Du., and Pl., e.g., li likh+i+va= lilikhiva, li likh+i+ma= lilikhima, the root takes the i©d-¹gama. In the forms of the rot pa­h, the root takes the vÅddhay-¹de¶a, i.e., replacement of a, e, o, by ¹, ai, au, respectively, e.g., pa­h+ti= pa­h+a (by tib-¹de¶a)=pa pa­h (by dvitva)+a =p p¹­h (by vÅddhay-¹de¶a) +a= pap¹­ha. But, in the forms other than those of the 3rd and the 1st Per., the elision of reduplication (abhy¹sa- lopa), replacement by e (etv¹de¶a) occurs. Pa pa­h+anti= pa­h+a (by tib-¹de¶a) = pa+ pa­h (by dvitva)+a= pe­h (by abhy¹sa-lopa and etv¹de¶a)+ a = pe­h a= pe­ha / Similarly, pethuå / pa­h+si= pa­h+tha (by tib-¹de¶a)=pa pa­h+tha (by dvitva) = pe­h+i+tha (by abhy¹sa- etv¹de¶a-lopa and i©¹gama)= pe­h i tha= pe­hitha / In the ¸tmane-pada, the termination se of 2nd Per. Sing. is retroflexed to ¬, e.g., cakÅ¬e / In the 1st Per. Sing. Du. And Pl. ¸tmane- pada forms of the root kÅ, the final Å is replaced by the reph¹de¶a, i.e., ra, e,g., kÅ+e=ca kÅ (by dvitva)+e=ca kr (by reph¹de¶a)+e=ca kr e =cakre / Similarly, cakr¹te, cakrire / In the forms of the root adhi+i, the root is replaced by jag, its dh¹tv¹de¶a.

The replacement of the root by something is called the dh¹tv¹de¶a. In the roots of the Ad¹di, i.e., 2nd class, the root as is replaced bhØ, its dh¹tv¹de¶a, and the forms of bhØ are considered to be those of the root as in Past Perfect (Li­.). In the Li­ forms of the root as (4 P.) of t h e D i v ¹ d i , i . e . , t h e 4 t h c l a s s , t h e r e d u p l i c a t i o n o f t h e f i r s t s y l l a b l gives us a a = ¹, as per the coalescence. e a

# Lesson 18

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Tan (8 U.)= ‘to extend, spread’.

KÅ(8 U.)= ‘to do, make, perform’

Sing.

Du.

Pl.

Sing

Du

Pl.

Pr. Pu.

tanute

tanutaå

tanvanti

kurute

kurutaå

kurvanti

M. Pu.

tano¬i

tanuthaå

tanutha

kuru¬e

kurv¹the

kurudhve

U. Pu.

tanomi

tanuvaå

tanumaå

kurve

kurvahe

kurmahe

Kry¹di (=Ninth) Class: Before the terminations of Tenses and Moods are applied to them, the adjunct ¶ap is replaced by ¶n¹ which is its ¶ab¹de¶a, and before the pit terminations (i.e. in 1st, 2nd and 3rd Per.

# Sing.) it remains

n¹, before the non-pit terminations with initial

consonant it becomes n», and before the non-pit terminations with initial vowel it becomes n.1 For instance, kr»+ ¶ap+ ti=kr»+¶n¹+ti=kr»+n¹+ti=kr»+ª¹+ti=kr»ª¹ti /kr»+¶ap+ taåi = kr»

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¶n¹+taå=kr»+n»+taå=kr»ª»taå / kr»+ ¶ap+ anti=kr» +¶n¹ +anti

=kr»+n+anti=kr»+ª+anti=kr»ªanti / jñ¹ (=)+¶ap+ te = j¹ +

¶n¹+te= j¹+n»+te= j¹ª»te

/

# Jñ¹ (9 U.)=’to know, understand’

Sing.

Du.

Pl.

Sing.

Du.

Pl.

Pr. Pu.

kr»ª¹ti

kr»ª»taå

kr»ªanti

j¹n»te

j¹n¹te

j¹nate

M. Pu.

kr»ª¹si

kr»ª»thaå

kr»ª»tha

j¹n»¬e

j¹n¹the

j¹n»dhve

U. Pu.

kr»ª¹mi

kr»ª»vaå

kr»ª»maå

j¹ne

j¹n»vahe

j¹n»mahe

Cur¹di (= Tenth) Class: Before the terminations of Tenses and Moods are applied to them, the adjunct ªic is applied to it, but since it is not a ¶ab¹de¶a, the adjunct ¶ap is also applied to it after it, and because of it the final or the penultimate vowel of the verbal root is replaced by its guªa equivalent. For instance, cur+ªic+¶ap+ti= cur+i+a+ti=cor+e (by guª¹de¶a)+a+ti=cor+ay (by coalescence of e+a)+ti =corayati / ni+mantr+nic+¶ap+te= ni+mantr+i+ a + te= ni+mantr+e+a+te+ ni+mantr+ay+te / Hence, it is by way of simplification that the students are taught that the adjunct of the Tenth Class is aya !

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