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672. In the Veda the reduplicated roots

In the Veda (especially; also later), the reduplicated roots  and dhā are sometimes turned into the a-stems dáda and dádha, or inflected as if roots dad and dadh of the a-class; and single forms of the same character are made from other roots: thus, mimanti (√ bellow), rárate (√ give: 3d sing. mid.).