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able adorn afflicted all-devourer asso banish become Bhotanese bird body Boodh bring cast cause Cheduba chief cloth colour command compassion concupiscence cuckoo darkness death delight destroy dili diligence discourse distress doubt draw earth employed evil excellent faith fire fruit gerund give grief grieve grow hair hand head heart Hindoos holy honour horse hurt idem imperative mood Indian term indolence Indra injure khyodh kind king Koovera Krishna labour lament lay hold letter lord ment merry mind moon ness ngedh night noun substantive obtain occasion one's Ooma overthrow pain passion peace pull racter religious Shiva signify sorrow sound speak stone subdue talk term of respect Terminalia Thakoor ther thing Tibet tion transgression transmigration tree trouble vessel virtue wicked wife wind woman word wound yodh
Seite xxx - CASES OF NOUNS. Nouns have six cases in each number : the nominative, the genitive, the dative, the accusative, the vocative, and the ablative. The nominative case comes before the verb, and answers to the question, who?
Seite 136 - Piatirf, to be pleased with a thing, to like or love it, to delight, to take pleasure or delight in. — ¿¿'tentó liw¿o mi place н.и ¡i*. I like this place very well. — A'wv'f« a Uto, would to God.— 1'iacr'rf, sm pleasure, joy, delight, satisfaction, content.
Seite 357 - Give it grace always to choose that which is good, and to reject that which is evil.