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III. RULES OF EUPHONIC COMBINATION

98. Words in Sanskrit
99. Analysable character
100. Euphonic-laws
101. Formation of compounds
102. Roots which are authenticated
103. List of roots
104. Forms of the roots
105. Roots showing more than one form
106. Stems as well as roots
107. Euphonic principles and laws
108. Master the rules of euphonic combination
109. Rules of combination
110. General principles of combination
111. Treatment of the finals of stems
112. Leading rules of internal combination
113. Hiatus
114. Deaspiration
115. Assimilation
116. Conversion of one sound
117. Changes within the series
118. Conversions involving a change
119. Euphonic combinations
120. Lingual sibilant
121. Extension and abbreviation
122. Permitted Finals
123. Increment and Decrement
124. Systematic arrangement
125. Concurrence of two vowels
126. Two similar simple vowels
127. An a-vowel combines
128. As regards the accent
129. The i-vowels
130. Combination requiring notice
131. Of a diphthong
132. Important Additional Rule
133. That is to say
134. Unusual final
135. After final
136. In internal combination
137. In external combination
138. Certain final vowels
139. Sounds allowed to occur as finals
140. All the vowel sounds
141. Of the non-nasal mutes
142. The palatals
143. Of the nasals
144. Of the semivowels
145. Of the sibilants
146. The compound
147. The aspiration
148. The visarga
149. Apart from the vowels
150. Only one consonant
151. Anomalous conversions
152. For all the processes of external combination
153. An aspirate mute
154. Mute is to be doubled
155. In a few roots
156. Under this head
157. In internal combination, the initial vowel
158. Final vowels
159. With the exceptions
160. A final sonant aspirate
161. Before a nasal in external combination
162. Before l
163. Before h
164. The euphonic changes
165. Final r radical or quasi-radical
166. Final radical
167. In a few very rare cases
168. According to the grammarians
169. As the final consonant of derivative stems
170. The s
171. First three of these rules
172. Before an initial sibilant
173. One or two exceptions
174. Before a sonant
175. Final as
176. Exceptions to the rules as to final
177. Final
178. Final r
179. A double r
180. The dental sibilant
181. In the interior of a Sanskrit word
182. On the other hand
183. The nasalization of the alterant vowel
184. The principle cases of alteration
185. But the same change occurs also
186. In other compounds
187. The final s of the first member
188. Once more, in the Veda
189. The dental nasal
190. The rule has force
191. This rule applies strictly
192. Especially, a preposition
193. In compound words
194. Finally, in the Veda
195. The immediate combination
196. When a dental mute
197. A dental surd mute or nasal
198. In the other cases
199. In external combination, a final t
200. The cases of assimilation
201. A n coming to follow
202. A final t
203. Before the palatal sibilant
204. Final radical n
205. The assimilation of n
206. A n is also assimilated
207. Before the lingual and dental sibilants
208. Before the surd palatal
209. The same retention
210. The nasals n
211. The nasals before a sibilant
212. Final radical m
213. Final m in external combination
214. These sounds show
215. The palatals and h
216. Thus, in derivation
217. Final c of a root or stem
218. Final c reverts to its original
219. Final j
220. Final ch falls under the rules of combination
221. Infrequent as final of a root
222. The roots in final h
223. The roots of the two classes
224. Irregularities of combination
225. Since the lingual sibilant
226. In general
227. As a general rule
228. After r
229. The first consonant
230. Other cases of extension
231. After a nasal
232. A double mute
233. Instances are sometimes
234. Strengthening and Weakening Processes
235. Guna and Vrddhi
236. The series of corresponding degrees
237. The historical relations
238. The guna-increment
239. The vrddhi-increment
240. Heavy syllable ending
241. The increments of
242. In a number of roots
243. In a few cases
244. Vowel-lengthening
245. Final radical i and u
246. Compensatory lengthening
247. The final vowel
248. In the Veda
249. The alteration
250. But the lightening
251. Certain a-roots
252. By a process
253. A short a
254. Union-vowels
255. Nasal Increment
256. A final n
257. Inserted n
258. Inserted y
259. Reduplication of a root
260. Reason of the strengthening