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668. The inflection

The inflection of √dhā is, then, as follows:

Present Indicative
active.middle.
s.d.p.s.d.p.
1dádhāmidadhvásdadhmásdadhédádhvahedádhmahe
2dádhāsidhatthásdhatthádhatsédadhāthedhaddhve
3dádhātidhattásdádhatidhattédadhā́tedádhate
Present Optative.
1dadhyā́mdadhyā́vadadhyā́madádhīyadádhīvahidádhīmahi
etc.etc.etc.etc.etc.etc.
Present Imperative.
1dádhānidádhāvadádhāmadádhāidádhāvahāidádhāmahāi
2dhehídhattámdhattádhatsvadadhāthāmdhaddhvam
3dádhātudhattā́mdádhatudhattāmdadhātāmdadhatām
Imperfect.
1ádadhāmádadhvaádadhmaádadhiádadhvahiádadhmahi
2ádadhāsádhattamádhattaádhatthāsádadhāthāmádhaddhvam
3ádadhātádhattāmádadhusádhattaádadhātāmádadhata

Participles: act. dádhat; mid. dádhāna.

a. In the middle (except impf.), only those forms are here accented for which there is authority in the accentuated texts, as there is discordance between the actual accent and that which the analogies of the class would lead us to expect. RV. has once dhátsedadhé and dadhā́te might be perfects, so far as the form is concerned. RV. accents dadhītá once (dádhīta thrice); several other texts have dádhītadádhīran, dádīta.

b. The root  is inflected in precisely the same way, with change everywhere of (radical) dh to d.