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All tlie remaining cases (except the Vocatives) are wealtest casee. (c) S: 96. The Voc. Ilual and Plur. , and Neut, are always like tho Nominatives. The Voc. Sing. , a i d has sometillles a peculiar form of its own. I t can neither be callecl strong, nor middle, nor weak. DECLENSION VI. Comparative bases ira qq ( Mmc. and Ned. ) 3 97, Two base8 :strong base ending in q j q ; weak base ending in*. 5 08. Saladhi:1. I n tlle N. Sing. Masc, qtff becomes q~;l;;in all other strong cagee it remains unchanged.
Afterwards the bases are declined as bases orginally ending in q, y,or q. % 81. ,and Ac. , and tlre I, and L. Plur. , and the N. V. Ac. , Dual, and Plur. J fin. 'licking ;' p n 3 . n. $ 11. , F, - -. $ 'a Mast. and Fern. Fern, Sing. N. V. Jy F JglqY Sing. AC, ft5'T 3FY SF'T Plur. I. 6 : 3%:yfnr: ETQ:or yFir: m e : T gx. w Neuter. § 82. IvregpaZar base : mqq m. , cl~nngesits q to whenever its final g is cl~anged; e, g, N. V. vmc, but Ac. q r q r Fq, =* 9 n m kc. DECLENSION 111, Zases ending ist q.
Jy F JglqY Sing. AC, ft5'T 3FY SF'T Plur. I. 6 : 3%:yfnr: ETQ:or yFir: m e : T gx. w Neuter. § 82. IvregpaZar base : mqq m. , cl~nngesits q to whenever its final g is cl~anged; e, g, N. V. vmc, but Ac. q r q r Fq, =* 9 n m kc. DECLENSION 111, Zases ending ist q. $ 83 Sandhi:-1. The final is clinngcd to V i s a r g ~in t l ~ eN, niid V. Sing. Masc. , and Ac. Siug. Neut. 2. I n all otlier cnses it rcrnains nnclanged ( 5 50). and J are lengthened in the N, and V. Sing. 3. Penultimate Maac. , and Ac.
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