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1246. Frequent combination of declinable stems
1247. Sanskrit compounds fall into three principal classes
1248. Like a simple word
1249. The final of a stem
1250. But a case-form in the prior member
1251. The accent of compounds is very various
1252. Copulative Compounds
1253. The noun-copulatives fall
1254. As prior member
1255. Copulative compounds such as appear later
1256. Usage is much more nearly accordant
1257. Copulative compounds composed of adjectives
1258. In accentuated texts
1259. An example or two are met with of adverbial copulatives
1260. Repeated words
1261. Finally may be noticed
1262. A noun or adjective is often combined
1263. This is the class of compounds
1264. Dependent compounds
1265. Dependent Adjective-compounds
1266. Principal groups of compounds
1267. Compounds having as final member
1268. Compounds having an ordinary adjective as final member
1269. The adjective dependent compounds
1270. Compounds made with verbal derivatives
1271. Compounds with verbal nouns and adjectives in ana
1272. The action-nouns in ya
1273. Compounds made with the passive participle in ta or na
1274. Compounds with derivatives in ti
1275. Compounds with a derivative in in
1276. There is a group of compounds with derivatives in i
1277. Compounds with derivatives in van
1278. Compounds with other derivatives of rare
1279. Descriptive Compounds
1280. The simplest case is
1281. The adverbial words
1282. Verbal adjectives and nouns
1283. The participles belonging to the tense-systems
1284. The passive participle in ta or na
1285. The gerundives occur almost only in combination
1286. The root-stem is very often combined
1287. Other verbal derivatives
1288. Of the remaining combinations
1289. Verbal prefixes are sometimes used
1290. Other compounds with adverbial prior members
1291. One or two exceptional cases
1292. Secondary Adjective Compounds
1293. Possessive Compounds
1294. That a noun, simple or compound
1295. The possessive compound is distinguished
1296. Possessively used dependent compounds
1297. Possessively used descriptive compounds
1298. Possessive compounds in which a noun is preceded
1299. Possessive compounds with a participle preceding and qualifying the final noun
1300. Possessive compounds having a numeral
1301. Possessive compounds having as prior member a noun
1302. Especially common is the use of a noun
1303. In appositional possessive compounds
1304. Of possessive compounds having an adverbial element
1305. Possessive compounds in which a verbal prefix
1306. Possessive compounds with an ordinary adverb
1307. It was pointed out in the preceding chapter
1308. The possessive compounds are not always used
1309. Compounds with Governed Final Member
1310. Prepositional Compounds
1311. Adjective Compounds as Nouns and as Adverbs
1312. The substantively used compounds
1313. Those adverbially used accusatives
1314. Anomalous Compounds
1315. Stem-finals altered in Composition
1316. Loose Construction with Compounds