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CHAPTER XVI

1096. Indeclinable words
1097. Adverbs by Suffix.
1098. With the suffix tas
1099. With the suffix tra
1100. Suffixes of locality
1101. Adverbs of manner
1102. One or two other suffixes
1103. By the suffix
1104. Adverbs especially from numerals
1105. Numerals are made multiplicative adverbs
1106. Numeral or quantitative stems
1107. Suffix are made with great freedom
1108. Suffix are made from nouns quasi-adverbs
1109. Suffixes, not of noun-derivation
1110. Case-forms used as Adverbs
1111. Accusative is the case most frequently used
1112. The instrumental is also often used
1113. Dative has only very seldom an adverbial use
1114. Ablative is not infrequently used
1115. Genitive is almost never used
1116. Locative is sometimes used
1117. Even a nominative form appears to be stereotyped
1118. Verbal Prefixes and kindred words
1119. Several of the prefixes
1120. Kindred in origin and character
1121. Inseparable Prefixes
1122. Miscellaneous Adverbs
1123. Prepositions
1124. Words are thus used prepositionally
1125. The adverbs by derivative form
1126. The Locative
1127. The Instrumental
1128. The Ablative
1129. The Accusative
1130. The Genitive
1131. The conjunctions
1132. The relative derivative adverbs
1133. Purely of conjunctive value
1134. Interjections
1135. Class of voice-gestures