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485. The tens

a. The tens, viṅçatí and triṅçát etc., with their compounds, are declined regularly, as feminine stems of the same endings, and in all numbers.

b. Çatá and sahásra are declined regularly, as neuter (or, rarely, in the later language, as masculine) stems of the same final, in all numbers.

c. The like is true of the higher numbers — which have, indeed, no proper numeral character, but are ordinary nouns.