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added adjectives adverbial adverbial form affix denoting affix understood Anusvara aorist asked auxiliary become black gram blockhead Brahmin bridegroom colloquial dialect compound verb contracted corruption cried denote completeness derived dropped druta affix elephant elided emphatic employed euphony fanams final finite verb fool give governs grammatical groomsman high dialect high form Hind idiomatically imperat impersonal indef inflection interj interposed irreg kala langoti latter lengthened locative looking means neut Note noun signifying nouns ending oblique Observe optionally change paddy palmyra participle particle past rel past tense past verb peon person phrase placed in apposition plough pluck plur plural potter preceding prefix prep pron rendered replied rice root Sandhi Sansc Sanscrit Sanscrit words Sanso say in English sense sentence sesamum sing Story subjunctive subst substantives succeeding vowel termination thief thing translated tree tumu turban usually verbal noun village watchman
Page 70 - Participles have the same government as the verbs from which they are derived. The preposition of, therefore, should not be used after the participle, when the verb does not require it. Thus, in phrases like the following, of is improper : " Keeping of one day in seven ;" — " By preaching of repentance ;" —