CARNÁTACA LANGUAGE. 29 In the modern dialect of the Carnáțaca language, nouns always terminate in one or other of the following vowels, viz. O, evo, ng, of, er, ens, aut, quus, 2, 2), Ew, and Z"; and in the ancient dialect, they terminate also in the following consonants m5, 5, 65, 6, e5.com, 03, and F OF NUMBERS. Nouns in Carnataca have two numbers, the singular and the plural. arlal • OF CASES. Nouns are by Carnáțaca grammarians stated to have only seven cases, viz. ప్రథమావి . the nominative; ద్వీ యాని . the accusatire; ge; యావి . the instrumental; బోరు విప్ర . the dative; పుణ సువికి the ablative ; at the genitive ; and Naga Bo the locative. From this arrangement the vocative is excluded, as being only a particular form of the nominative ; but in the examples it shall be retained, OF DECLENSION. Nouns in the modern dialect of the Carnátaca language, are inflected by the aid of the following affixes er, , or saug, ngon, nga, por , el Pawo , , and eng. In the ancient dialect, the affixes are bo, gato, ng 5, 7,93 mdo, , and Ev F. The modes of inflection in both dialects are four ; and the particular mode which must be followed, may in every case be ascertained by the gender of the noun, and it's termination in a crude state. OP THE FIRST DECLENSION. All nouns of the masculine gender terminating in a crude state in the vowel e, belong to the first declension. In this declension the consonant must be inserted in the siogular number, between the crude noun and its affixes; and in the plural, the syllables 50 TF, or <F; with the exception of deri Digitized by Google
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