b. The forms noticed as occurring in the older language are alone here instanced:
c. The 3d pl. ending antāi is found once (ucyantāi K.).
d. No forms of the passive optative chance to occur in RV. or AV.; they are found, however, in the Brāhmaṇas. ChU. has once dhmāyīta.
e. This is made with the suffix मान māna: thus, क्रियमाण kriyámāṇa.
f. In use, this participle is well distinguished from the other passive participle by its distinctively present meaning: thus, kṛtá done, but kriyámāṇa in process of doing, or being done.
g. The passive-sign is never resolved into ia in the Veda.
772. The roots tan and khan usually form their passives from parallel roots in ā: thus, tāyáte, khāyáte (but also tanyate, khan-