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CHAPTER XIII

951. Verbal Adjectives and nouns
952. Passive Participle: By accented suffix
953. Participle is made by adding
954. Its weakest form
955. Of more irregular character
956. The suffix with i
957. The suffix always without auxiliary i
958. Native grammarians reckon as participles
959. Past Active Participle in tavant
960. Derivative words of this formation
961. Future Passive Participles: Gerundives
962. The suffixes by which such gerundives
963. The suffix ya in its gerundive use
964. The suffix tavya is a secondary adjective
965. The suffix is the product of a secondary derivative
966. Other formations of kindred value
967. The division-line between participial and ordinary
968. The later language has only a single infinitive
969. A number of verbal nouns
970. Nouns thus used infinitively
971. The root-noun used as infinitive
972. The infinitive noun in tu
973. The infinitive in ase is made
974. Infinitives in mane are made
975. The infinitives in taye
976. The ending is, more than any other
977. An example or two
978. Infinitives in
979. The only infinitive in tari
980. Uses of the Infinitives
981. The accusative is made only from the root-noun
982. Of the infinitive datives
983. The ablative infinitive
984. The genitive infinitive
985. Unless the infinitives
986. The dative infinitive forms
987. The later infinitive in tum
988. The infinitive in certain connections
989. The so-called gerund is a stereotyped case
990. The gerund is made in the later language
991. Usually added directly to the root
992. The suffix added directly to the root
993. Same two gerund formations
994. Not changing in its character
995. Adverbial Gerund in am