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3d sing accent according accusative active added adjectives adverbial allowed already aorist appears becomes beginning belonging beside Brāhmanas called causative character cloth combination common compounds conjugation consonant containing corresponding derivatives Early Edited element ending English especially example exceptions feminine final formation forms frequent further gerund give given GRAMMAR grammarians Hindu imperative indicative inflection initial instances irregular late later language less lingual manner masc meaning middle mute namely nasal neuter Notes noticed noun occur older language once optative original participle perfect perhaps persons possessive preceding prefix present present-system primary radical rare reduplication regard relation remains root rules Sanskrit Second secondary sewed simple sing sometimes sounds stem strengthened strong subjunctive suffix syllable texts Translated treated usually various Veda Vedic verb verbal vowel weak
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