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A GRAMMAR OF THE RULE 8th, When two words are to be formed into a compound one, if the antecedent terminate in any vowel, and the subsequent commence with the consonants - or , these letters are respectively changed into X anda. The same is the case if the antecedent be deprived of it's final vowel.or of it's affix, or if any other change be made by which the word shall terminate in any consonant, with the exception of the letters 5 and , when used as substitutes. EXAMPLES. 5 6 15. CuaThing@via wooden leg; or Favoroas a coldray; bang Jatoua ge @via tiger's hide; : lawwaguéiatvthe upper tip; శిష్ రావశియు శిందావశియు a red water tag. · Rule 9th. If the antecedent in a compound be a substitute for another word, or if ang change take place, and it terminate in any consonant, with the exception of 5 and 4, and the subsequent word commence with as, the. au is invariably changed into w. EXAMPLES. తామ్ పత్తు తాంబరు ninety ; శిష్పొ డవియు శించాడ వియు redd ground. RULE 101h. If the antecedent in a compound word terminate in any consonant properly belonging to itself, and the next word commence with , the is sometimes changed into w, sometimes into , and sometimes the words remain unchanged. EXAMPLES యు శణ్ పరియు శ్చూరియు the form of are eye; నిర్ పశ్చియు నిర్మ & water Sout; 234 weat a white bird. Digitized by Google