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DECLENSION IX. ; rarely Fern). $ 114. (a) Nouns ending i n q and q~ immediately 1,receded by qy, and a weak base ending in T;e. g. w l ~strong , Lnse wwq,weak base q i r q , a consonant have two bases, a strong base ending in have t111ee ( b ) o t l ~ e rnouns in qq and a;l\ and nll nouns i n bases, a strong base ending ill ~ 9 a middle , base ending i n m,,and wealtest base enclilig in 7, e. g. strong base # f q ~middle , hnsn weaktst base The Loc. Sing. , and m, m, -, t h e N. V. Ac. Dual Neut.

I n the dropped. N,and -4~Sing. Neut. w,and aTis the final q o f qq-, 3. The final q is n1s0 dropped before all consonantal terminations. 4. Tile Voc. Sing. RIasc. and Fern. is like tho weak or middle base ; the Voc. Sing. Neut. may be like the mealr or niiddle Lnse, or lllie tile NOIII. Sing. N c u ~ . 5 . Tile final 7 of the base is liablo to Le changed to ~ a a u c tl o tile illfluence of preceding letters ( S S 58; 5 7 ). a WB 116, n. a. ' Strong R. W i W q m. Mstsc. N. Ac. by m. ' a sacrificer ;' WIT d T Neut.

Ab. 0 L. N. V. Ac. I. ( b ) m;1,nt. 'a 1ti11g'; qgq m, 'a carpelltor '; q ' f . a boundn13y '; n l 'a name'. *W -W Strong B. iTW;i TeTR Middle B. 'CTK TtT. T5T-. Fern. Neut, Masc, qw S~ing~lu~~. N. Ac. 1 DECLENSION OF NOUNS. Ab. G. uq: ngq: *: D. Ab. FITvq: iTVXq: ~ f q v q : q~qsrq: G. L. IT: ~Rmq narq FRsg mTg 5 117. The Fcminiue base of simple nouns in q is, where i t exists, formed by the addition cf tlie fern. sutfix $ to the wealrest base ; e. g. 3131;1;, Fem. e ( $ 141 ). Some nouns in q ; have ~ a n optional base in m; e.

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