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A word terminating in 9 followed by another beginning with an initial vowel, does not, in general, admit of Sundhi; thus కత్తి a knife, and ఎక్కడ where; cannot by Sundhi become కత్తెక్కడ, but make కత్తియెక్కడ where is the knife? by inserting యి in the manner above explained, కత్తి being included in the class named కళలు kululoo.


In the first form of the perfect tense of verbs, the second person singular ending in or >, the first person plural terminating in 8&>, an( j the second person plural ending in 8, when followed by a word commencing with a vowel, invariably have Sund,hi> thus (OSo-ffiQS) thou servedst, and the gods, make iOS)c)e9SJSfc>bo tf/i0M servedst the gods, by dropping final ( and initial 65, and substituting, in lieu of both, the connected form of 65 viz. "% which, joining with the preceding J u, forms the syllable 55", by means of which the two words coalesce.

In the same tense, the first person singular terminating in &, and the third person plural ending in 9, may, or may not, have Sund.hi, at pleasure; thus, l_ I have saluted, and 65-j&g&>cO the Unperishable, make l^^J_ //foue saluted the Unperishable (Vishtnoo) ^^9 ^ey came, and A e Crotfo, make sS'S^S'x&SbeA) ^ GoJs came ; the Sundjii, however, being optional, these phrases may have another form- We may say ^^^J^ _ & ?5-I^3b^ jf Aa W saluted the Unperishable (Vishtnoo) ^^QcCo^b&^x) the Gods came; here <^ n is inserted in the first phrase, because~oto>; 9 is included in the &j *$i So ;C^)O drooluprukrootooloo ; and c 00 y in the second sentence, because ^"^9 is of the class named ^v ex) kululoo.

The pronouns 65S ^^ S5S ^ ow , ^a this, ^S) ^^e, ^^ z/cA? ^S) 98 what ? the word 53o^ again, more, and the postposition to, have