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Chapter VII

490. Pronouns differ from
491. Pronouns of the first and second persons
492. Forms of the older language
493. Peculiar endings
494. Stem-forms
495. Simplest demonstrative
496. Peculiarities of the general pronominal declension
497. Stem of this pronoun
498. Demonstrative root
499. Two other demonstrative stem
500. There is a defective pronominal stem
501. Declension of two other demonstratives
502. The former of these two pronouns
503. Other pronoun
504. Characteristic part
505. The grammarians treat
506. Various forms of this pronoun
507. The interrogative pronoun
508. The root of the relative pronoun
509. It is inflected with entire regularity
510. The use of
511. Combination of ya with ka
512. One or two marked peculiarities
513. The isolated and uninflected pronominal word
514. The noun soul
515. From pronominal roots and stems
516. Possessives
517. By the suffix
518. Pronominal roots show
519. From ta, ka, ya
520. From ya
521. Derivatives with the suffix ka
522. A number of adjectives
523. Comparatives and superlatives
524. Other words are so inflected
525. Other words follow the same model
526. Occasional forms