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T he form in -no, -na is only found predicatively, as it seem s, alw ays as a future. T he short form, and the form in -wo m ay be used in all instances, the short form by preference before -hma, -gu and w ith particles (la, thetji, cf. §§ 197,4. 208). T he short form of the I. and V. classes is rarely found. The use of these form s m ay be illustrated by the fol- 12 lowing exam ples. a. as a finite verb. a (a habitative). barak ju-tore. babun sisarapiva. l f. — Also of the past: thva dhunakava.

54 wo, u ( = pers. pron. ) “th a t” . 4 “ not know ing (w hether) to do th at or to do this”. —The later form u is rarely found, but see § 56. 55 a is found in a few instances w ith the m eaning of wo. , Instruni. amon, Sociat. amova. T here is no plural. It is a general dem onstrative, som etim es w ith the se­ condary m eaning “the person or thing ju st m entioned” or “in question” . 21 f. “this king is not your friend” . U “ w hat is the settlem ent of the affair in question”. 56 u “the sam e” (perhaps the sam e word as u § 54).

81 As the sim ple num erals are used before nouns only, we are merely concerned with the inflection of the form s with -hma and -guli, of w hich -hm a show s som e peculiarities: Agent, -hmasent, -hmasen Gen. -hm aya, -hmasaya, -hm as Dat. -hm ayala Loc. -hm ayake Instr. -hm an Soc. -hmasawo -hmas only occurs as a partitive genitive. 3 occurs i dative ni-hm astayata. C lass-w ords. The m ost frequent are the following. 82 44 Nr. 3. — M etaph. 3 “ tw o syllables”. — Also su pa hnas-pot H283b2 “six ears” .

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