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1136. Derivatives of declinable stems
1137. Both verbal and pronominal
1138. Apart from this
1139. But this distinction
1140. Primary suffixes are added not only to more original
1141. Primary suffixes are added also to roots
1142. Suffixes of both classes are sometimes joined
1143. Primary Derivatives
1144. No general laws governing the place
1145. Meaning
1146. Processes of formation
1147. Stems without suffix; Root-words
1148. With the suffix a is made an immensely large
1149. The vast majority of stems
1150. With the suffix
1151. Large class of neuter nouns
1152. Extremely small number of action-nouns
1153. Suffix is is formed a small number of nouns
1154. Suffix are made a few words
1155. Suffix are formed a large body of derivatives
1156. Corresponding to masculines and neuters
1157. Suffix forms a large class of frequently used
1158. Suffix agrees in general
1159. Suffix have the same double value
1160. Not many words are made with a suffix
1161. The great mass of the words
1162. Suffix forms a comparatively small body
1163. Words made with this suffix are almost without exception
1164. In the very few derivatives
1165. Suffix are made a very few nouns
1166. The action-nouns made by this suffix
1167. A very small number of nouns
1168. The numerous derivatives made with this suffix
1169. Suffix are made almost only agent-words
1170. Suffixes may best be noticed here
1171. Suffix are made a few derivatives
1172. The office of this suffix
1173. For the participles made with this suffix
1174. The participles having this ending
1175. The participles ending
1176. Use of this suffix in forming participles
1177. Use of the suffix na in forming from certain roots
1178. Suffix are made a considerable body of derivatives
1179. Most part feminines corresponding to masculines
1180. Meaning and construction
1181. In the preceding case
1182. Mode of formation and their uses
1183. Another suffix which has assumed a primary aspect
1184. Intensive adjectives corresponding to the adjective of root-form
1185. Suffix are formed a few adjectives
1186. Suffix ka is of very common use in secondary derivation
1187. Part of the derivatives made with this suffix
1188. A large number of adjectives
1189. Suffix is only another form of the preceding
1190. Very few words of clear derivation are made with this suffix
1191. Suffix are formed, directly or with preceding u
1192. Few adjectives and neuter nouns
1193. vi, by this suffix are made
1194. snu, with this suffix
1195. sna. Extremely few words have this ending
1196. tnu. This suffix is used
1197. sa. The words ending in suffixal
1198. asi. A few words
1199. abha. A few names of animals
1200. Words ending in the consonants t, d, j
1201. A number of other primary suffixes
1202. Words of secondary derivation
1203. Changes of the stem
1204. Most frequent change in secondary derivation
1205. The derivatives with initial
1206. The great mass of secondary suffixes
1207. Suffixes will be taken up below
1208. From nouns or from adjectives having a noun-value
1209. The derivatives made by adding a
1210. ya. With this suffix are made a very large
1211. Derivatives in ya with initial
1212. Derivatives in ya without initial
1213. Primary derivatives from the beginning
1214. iya. This suffix is virtually identical
1215. First element has maintained its long quantity
1216. Accompanied by increment of an initial syllable
1217. Suffix is doubtless secondary in origin
1218. With this suffix are made gerundival adjectives
1219. Patronymics made by this suffix
1220. Only a very few words are made with this suffix
1221. i. Derivatives made with this suffix
1222. ka. This is doubtless
1223. Several suffixes, partly of rare occurrence
1224. Certain suffixes containing a m
1225. maya. With this suffix
1226. ra. A few derivative adjectives
1227. la. This and the preceding suffix
1228. va. A small number of adjectives
1229. Few adjectives appear to be made by an added ending
1230. in. Possessive adjectives
1231. min. With this suffix
1232. vin. The adjectives made
1233. vant. Very numerous possessive adjectives
1234. van. The secondary derivatives
1235. mant. This is a twin-suffix
1236. Especially in connection with the suffixes a and ya
1237. Suffix are made feminine abstract nouns
1238. Suffixes are Vedic only
1239. tva. With this suffix
1240. tvana. The derivatives made
1241. A few suffixes make no change in the character
1242. The suffixes of comparison
1243. Of diminutive suffixes
1244. Of the ordinary adjective-making suffixes
1245. A few suffixes are used to make derivatives