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V. NOUNS AND ADJECTIVES.

321. The accordance in inflection
322. The division-line between substantive
323. Compound adjectives having as final member a bare verbal root
324. Compound adjectives having a noun as final member
325. Under each declension
326. Declension contains the majority
327. Declension I - Endings - Singular
328. Declension I - Dual
329. Declension I - Plural
330. Examples of declension I
331. Among nouns
332. Original adjectives
333. There are no verbal roots
334. A noun ending
335. The stems in i and u
336. Declension II - Endings - Singular
337. Declension II - Dual
338. Declension II - Plural
339. Examples of declension II
340. In order to mark more plainly the absence
341. As models of u-stems
342. The forms of Vedic occurrence
343. Irregular declension
344. Original adjectives stems in i
345. Roots ending in i or u
346. Compound adjectives having nouns
347. The stems ending in long vowels
348. The inflection of these stems
349. Monosyllabic stems
350. The rules for monosyllabic accent
351. Examples of declension III
352. Monosyllabic stems in composition
353. A few further Vedic irregularities
354. But compounds of the class
355. Polysyllabic Stems
356. The mode of declension
357. Irregularities of form
358. The process of transfer
359. Adjective compounds
360. There are certain monosyllabic
361. Entirely regular
362. To this division
363. Endings
364. Examples of declension
365. Examples of Vedic forms
366. Noun woman
367. Occurrence of original adjectives
368. It is convenient
369. This declension is a comparatively limited
370. Forms of the Stem
371. Declension IV - Endings
372. Declension IV - Accent
373. Examples of declension IV
374. The stem jackal
375. Neuter forms
376. There are no original adjectives
377. All stems ending in consonants
378. In this declension
379. Variations
380. The endings are throughout
381. Change in the place of the accent
382. For convenience and clearness of presentation
383. Root-stems - stems of this division
384. Root-stems - Gender
385. Strong and weak stem-forms
386. A nasal appears in the strong cases
387. The vowel a is lengthened
388. Other modes of differentiation
389. The ending
390. Monosyllabic stems have the regular accent
391. Examples of inflection
392. The root-stems in ir and ur
393. The stem water
394. The stem man
395. The stem road
396. The stem tooth
397. A number of other words
398. Certain stems of this division
399. Some of the alternative stems
400. Original adjectives having the root-form
401. Original adjectives having the root-form
402. The root slay
403. The root carry
404. Of very irregular formation and inflection
405. The root overcome
406. The compound make offering
407. Compounds with ac
408. Examples of inflection - forward
409. Rare occurrence
410. The accentuation of these words is irregular
411. The stems of this division are prevailingly neuter
412. The stems in as
413. Their inflection is almost entirely regular
414. Derivative stems in as, is, us - Examples of declension
415. Vedic etc. Irregularities
416. The grammarians regard
417. A few neuter nouns in as
418. Adjective compounds having nouns
419. The stem unrivalled
420. Stems made by the three suffixes
421. The stem has a triple form
422. The vocative sing.
423. As to accent
424. Derivative stems in an - Examples of declension
425. Vedic Irregularities
426. Regular lengthening
427. The stems dog
428. The stem generous
429. Stems in a, ma, va
430. The stem day
431. The neuter stems eye
432. The neuter stems blood
433. The stems m. road
434. The stems stirring-stick
435. Original adjective stems
436. Adjective compounds having a noun in an
437. Nouns in an occurring as final members
438. Formed with the suffixes in
439. Their inflection is quite regular
440. Derivative stems in - Examples of inflection
441. There are no irregularities in the inflection of in-stems
442. These stems fall into two sub-divisions
443. The stem has in general a double form
444. Those verbs
445. The vocative of each gender is like the nominative
446. Stems accented on the final syllable
447. Participles in ant or at - Examples of declension
448. The Vedic derivations from the model
449. The feminine participle-stem
450. A few words are participial in form and inflection
451. The pronominal adjectives
452. Possessives in mant or vant
453. Illustrate the inflection
454. Possessives in mant or vant - Vedic Irregularities
455. The stem running
456. Besides the participle
457. Pronominal adjectives inflected like ordinary derivatives
458. The active participles of the perfect tense-system
459. The forms as thus described are masculine
460. The accent is always upon the suffix
461. Perfect Participles - Examples of inflection
462. In the oldest language
463. The comparative adjectives
464. As models of inflection
465. The Vedic voc. masc.
466. Derivative adjective stems
467. The suffixes of primary derivation
468. From Veda and
469. The stems in
470. Of peculiarities and irregularities of formation
471. The suffixes of secondary derivation
472. These comparatives and superlatives
473. That especially in the Veda
474. From a few words