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Postposition commonly used hommuduveri (opposite) is in connection with houses or places only. hommuduveri lellimranu manne opposite to my house there is a tamarind tree na Remark 1. — The word hate (hand) used in the sense of walla is (by) very commonly 56 nahate atihe nanu gelhii, tanihate atihe tanu gelhinesi (73^550 CO if by me (if I by him (if ^OX^Q) am strong enough) I shall win, if he is strong enough) he will win. SOME SPECIAL EXAMPLES. ro takkataki I suffered wahu atee for one (worked hard) rupee one rupee) manzingana there is zandii anda manne weed between the rice enaataki what imbitaki how far imbataki till here embataki i till for, why there kodingana kadika mannu between these oxen there are black ones zadata mraka mannu there are trees in the forest angata kassa manne there is blood in the body na kankana pisa manne there is pain in my eyes na mungelita murmu manne there is a ring in my nose na mungeliti murmu hazze my nose-ring is gone (to get i 57 5, ADJECTIVES.

Ni- Example, Plural, Singular, ! mikani the (ti) (ti) t(j 44 Example. 2. Plural, Singular. N. nomeri Gr. nomeri (ti) of nomerika of D. nomeritaki to nomerikaki to O. nomeriti nomerikani the tlie fever (ni) the nomerika the fevers RULES FOR THE FORMATION OF THE PLURAL. Nouns ending in lu, H, ru, ri, su, si, dUs di form their phiral by omitting the the singular and affixing ka mu, nu, final ni, vowel of to the root. Examples. PluraL Singular. illu the house ilka the houses the tooth the teeth kaUu the stone palka kalka walli the stone walka mungeli horu the nose nomeri the fever wansu the finger nomerka waska tonesi the friend toneska kommu the horn komka kannu minu the eye the fish kanka minka penu the devil penka pallu the mungelka mountain horka 45 Plural.

Papu Personal Noun. m. sin f. OZU beauty m. f. blindness gudi m. f. randi widowhood m. f. 7. donga by affixing thief There — This exist some papuli ozula ozuli gudila gudeni randela sinner „ the handsome „ the blind the widower randeni la to a personal noun. m. f. N. B. papula the formation dongela the thief dongeni is special words, not generally to be used. which should be learned. 31 8. by adding kahinasi (player). —blinzikahinasi the merchant blinzi trade beta hunting—betakahinasi the hunter by adding the personal noun to 9.

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