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CHAPTER IX

599. The present-system
600. Practically, present-system is the most prominent
601. Great variety
602. In a small minority of verbs
603. In the classes of the first or non-a-conjugation
604. These classes have in common
605. In the classes of the second or non-a-conjugation
606. The classes of this conjugation
607. Hindu grammarians reckon a tenth class
608. A small number of roots
609. Roots are not wholly limited
610. We take up now the different classes
611. In this class there is no class-sign
612. The endings are the primary
613. Examples of the 3d sing
614. Subjunctive forms of this class
615. The RV. has no middle forms
616. The personal endings
617. The imperative adds
618. The 2d sing. act
619. The active participle
620. Imperfect tense adds
621. Roots ending
622. The use of the persons
623. The first or root-form
624. In the Veda
625. Forms of this class
626. Irregularities of the Root-class
627. Vowel in its strong forms
628. A number of roots accent
629. Of the roots mentioned
630. Of the same roots
631. The roots weep
632. The root speak
633. Some of the roots in u
634. The root am
635. The irregularities
636. The root as
637. The root smite
638. The root be eager
639. The root order
640. The double so-called root
641. Certain other obviously reduplicated
642. Reduplicating forms
643. As regards the consonant
644. The present-stem of this class
645. According to all the analogies
646. The verbs of this class lose
647. Combination of stem and endings
648. It is not possible at present
649. The subjunctive mode-stem
650. Instead of giving
651. To form this mode
652. The endings and the mode
653. Present Imperative: Example of inflection
654. Vedic irregularities of inflection
655. Active participle-stem
656. As already pointed out
657. Imperfect: Examples of inflection
658. The usual Vedic irregularities
659. The roots that form
660. Besides the roots
661. Several roots of this class in final
662. sharpen
663. bellow
664. remove
665. quit
666. give
667. The two roots
668. The inflection
669. The older language has irregularities
670. A number of roots
671. In all periods of the language
672. In the Veda the reduplicated roots
673. In the Veda, a like secondary stem
674. Similar secondary form,
675. A few so-called roots
676. The grammarians reckon several roots
677. The stem shine
678. The root chew
679. The root fear
680. Forms of this class from give birth
681. The roots ci and cit
682. The root vyac has i
683. Roots of this class all end in consonants
684. Present Indicative: Examples of inflection
685. Vedic irregularities of inflection
686. The stem is made
687. The RV. has once
688. Present optative
689. Present Imperative
690. There is no occurrence
691. The participles are made
692. The example of the regular inflection
693. The Veda shows no irregularities
694. The roots of this class number about thirty
695. The root combines
696. The root accents
697. The present-stem of the nu-class
698. Present Indicative: Examples of inflection
699. In the older language, no strong 2d persons
700. The subjunctive mode-stem
701. Of the briefer 1st sing
702. The combined endings
703. The inflection of the imperative
704. The rule as to the omission
705. Present Participle: The endings
706. Imperfect: Combination of augmented stem
707. Strong stem-forms
708. About fifty roots
709. The roots of the other division
710. The root be pleased
711. The root hear
712. The root shake
713. The so-called root
714. The extremely common root make
715. In RV., this root is regularly inflected
716. A few verbs belonging originally
717. The class-sign
718. Present Indicative: Example of inflection
719. In the Veda, the 3d sing.
720. The subjunctive forms
721. This mode is formed and inflected
722. Present Imperative: The ending in 2d sing.
723. The first two in RV
724. The participles are regularly formed
725. There is nothing special
726. It has been pointed out
727. The roots which form their present-systems
728. Irregularities of the na-class: roots ending
729. The root grabh
730. A few of the roots have a more or less persistent
731. Not rarely, forms showing
732. An apparently denominative inflection
733. Second or a-Conjugation
734. A-class
735. Present Indicative: The endings and the rules
736. Present Subjunctive: The mode-stem
737. The 2d du. mid.
738. Present Optative
739. Present Imperative: example
740. The ending tana
741. Present Participle: The endings
742. Imperfect: An example of the imperfect inflection
743. No forms in tana
744. A far larger number of roots
745. Irregularities of the a-class
746. The roots bite
747. The roots go and reach
748. The root sit
749. Transfers to this class
750. The root dham
751. Accented: The present-stem
752. Example of inflection: root - center
753. Nearly a hundred and fifty roots
754. Noticeable peculiarities of form
755. Irregularities: The roots in i and u
756. The three roots
757. As to the stems
758. Although the present-stem of this class shows
759. Ya-class: Present-stem
760. Root - bind
761. Ya-class stems are more
762. Only one thus far described
763. Irregularities of the ya-class
764. The root mad has the same lengthening
765. No forms of this class are quotable
766. Jur and tir
767. The root vyadh is abbreviated
768. Passive conjugation: A certain form of present-stem
769. Passive-sign is added
770. A final vowel of a root
771. The inflectiom of the passive-stem
772. The roots tan and khan
773. Maintains itself
774. Examples of the transfer of stems
775. The so-called Tenth class
776. Uses of the Present and Imperfect
777. The present has its strictly present use
778. In connection with certain particles
779. The imperfect has remained unchanged