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824. Under the name of aorist
825. All these varieties are bound together
826. The aorist-system is a formation
827. In the RV., nearly half the roots
828. Simple Aorist
829. Root-aorist
830. Same roots are decidedly
831. Aorists of the same class
832. Further, from a few roots
833. Again, from a larger number of roots
834. So far only active forms
835. Modes of the Root-aorist
836. Of true subjunctives
837. Optative. The optative active
838. Precative active forms
839. Imperative forms of the root-aorist
840. Participles of the Root-aorist
841. Roots exhibiting in the older language
842. Passive Aorist third person singular
843. This person is formed by adding
844. Before the ending a final vowel
845. These forms are made in RV.
846. The a-aorist
847. Makes in the RV. a small figure
848. The inflection of this aorist
849. Modes of the a-aorist
850. The optatives are few
851. A complete series of active imperative
852. Participles of the a-aorist
853. Irregularities of the a-aorist
854. The stem voc
855. Isolated forms
856. Reduplicated Aorist
857. Its characteristic is a reduplication
858. The consonant of the reduplication
859. If the root is a light syllable
860. If the root is a heavy syllable
861. The favored relation
862. Examples of this aorist from roots
863. Of special irregularities
864. The inflection of the reduplicated aorist
865. The middle forms are rare in the older language
866. Strengthening before the endings
867. Forms of the inflection without union-vowel
868. Few roots are said
869. Modes of the Reduplicated Aorist
870. Optative forms are even rarer
871. The indubitable forms
872. No participle is found belonging
873. Sigmatic or Sibilant Aorist
874. The sibilant tense-stem
875. In the vast majority of cases
876. Classification for the varieties of sibilant-aorist
877. The s-aorist
878. The general rules as to the strengthening
879. The endings are the usual secondary ones
880. Before endings beginning with t or th
881. This variety of sibilant aorist
882. The omission of s
883. Certain roots weaken
884. Roots ending in changeable
885. The s-aorist is made
886. Irregularities of stem-formation
887. The principal peculiarity
888. If the root ends in a vowel
889. If the root ends in a consonant
890. A relic of this peculiarity
891. The indicative forms
892. Proper subjunctive forms are not rare
893. Of irregularities are to be noted
894. Optative forms of this aorist
895. Imperative persons from this aorist
896. Participles of the s-aorist
897. Participles of the s-aorist
898. The tense-stem of this aorist
899. The rules as to the strengthening
900. Of exceptions may be noted
901. The endings are as in the preceding formation
902. As examples of the inflection
903. The number of roots from which forms of this aorist
904. Irregularities are to be noticed
905. As usual, augmentless indicative forms
906. Of subjunctive forms with primary endings
907. The middle optative of this aorist
908. Of imperative forms
909. No words having a participial ending
910. This is the only aorist of which forms
911. According to the grammarians
912. Properly only a sub-form
913. The whole series of older indicative
914. Of proper subjunctives
915. Middle forms of this aorist
916. The sa-aorist
917. As the tense-stem ends in a
918. As example of inflection: root - point
919. Forms of the sa-aorist
920. In the indicative
921. Precative
922. The precative active
923. Precative middle is made
924. As example of inflection: root - be
925. Precative active is a form of very rare occurrence
926. Uses of the Aorist
927. Aorist of the later language
928. Aorist has the value of a proper perfect
929. This distinction of the aorist from the imperfect and perfect
930. The boundary between what has just been