As examples of inflection we may take prā́ñc forward, east, pratyáñc opposite, west, víṣvañc going apart. Singular: 

N. V.  prā́n̄ prā́k  pratyán̄ pratyák  víṣvan̄ víṣvak 

A.  prā́ñcam prā́k  pratyáñcam pratyák  víṣvañcam víṣvak 

I.  prā́cā  pratīcā́  víṣūcā 

D.  prā́ce  pratīcé  víṣūce 

Ab. G.  prā́cas  pratīcás  víṣūcas 

L.  prā́ci  pratīcí  víṣūci 

Dual: 

N. A. V.  prā́ñcāu prā́cī  pratyáñcāu pratīcī́  víṣvañcāu víṣūcī 

I. D. Ab.  prā́gbhyām  pratyágbhyām  víṣvagbhyām 

G. L.  prā́cos  pratīcós  víṣūcos 

Plural 

N. V.  prā́ñcas prā́ñci  pratyáñcas pratyáñci  víṣvañcas víṣvañci 

A.  prā́cas prā́ñci  pratīcás pratyáñci  víṣūcas víṣvañci 

I.  prā́gbhis  pratyágbhis  víṣvagbhis 

D. Ab.  prā́gbhyas  pratyágbhyas  víṣvagbhyas 

G.  prā́cām  pratīcā́m  víṣūcām 

L.  prā́kṣu  pratyákṣu  víṣvakṣu 

a. The feminine stems are prā́cī, practīcī́, víṣūcī, respectively. b. No example of the middle forms excepting the nom. etc. sing. neut. (and this generally used as adverb) is found either in RV. or AV. In the same texts is lacking the nom. etc. pl. neut. in ñci; but of this a number of examples occur in the Brāhmaṇas: thus, prā́ñci, pratyáñci, arvāñci, samyáñci, sadhryañci, anvañci.
