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CHAPTER XV

1069. Periphrastic and compound conjugation
1070. Periphrastic Perfect
1071. Periphrastic perfect occurs as follows
1072. Periphrastic perfect of the middle voice
1073. Account of the periphrastic formation
1074. Participial Periphrastic Phrases
1075. Examples of the various formations
1076. Composition with Prepositional Prefixes
1077. Verbal prefixes
1078. Prefixes essentially
1079. More limited use
1080. More than one prefix
1081. Prefix stands immediately before the verbal form
1082. Accent of verb-forms
1083. A personal verbal form
1084. General adverb of direction
1085. Combination with the non-personal parts
1086. Closeness of combination
1087. Few special irregularities
1088. More general adverbial uses
1089. Combination of the particles a or an privative
1090. Other Verbal Compounds
1091. Reduplicative onomatopoetic compounds
1092. Noun namas obeisance
1093. Noun-stem thus compounded
1094. Any noun or adjective stem
1095. Of all the forms