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509. It is inflected with entire regularity

It is inflected with entire regularity according to the usual pronominal declension: thus,



Singular.Dual.Plural.

m.n.f.m.n.f.m.n.f.
N.यस्
yás
यत्
yát
या
yā́
यौ
yāú
ये
ये
ये
यानि
yā́ni
यास्
yā́s
A.याम्
yā́m
यत्
yát
याम्
yā́m
यान्
yā́n
यानि
yā́ni
यास्
yā́s
I.येन
yéna
यया
yáyā
याभ्याम्
yā́bhyām
यैस्
yāís
याभिस्
yā́bhis
D.यस्मै
yásmāi
यस्यै
yásyāi
येभ्यस्
yébhyas
याभ्यस्
yā́bhyas

etc.etc.etc.etc.etc.

a. The Veda shows its usual variations of these forms: yā́ for yāú and for yā́ni, and yébhis for yāís; yós for yáyos also occurs once; yénā, with prolonged final, is in RV. twice as common as yéna. Resolutions occur in yā́bhias, and yéṣaam and yā́saam. The conjunction yā́t is an ablative form according to the ordinary declension.