A grammar of the Kūi language by J. E. Friend-Pereira

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G. that fell down, female rational beings, irrational beings, or inani- mate objeots (a) The Boot. dlt- plural neuter suffix Inflexion. g. Suffix. vi, the women, or animals, things that fell or down. NUMBER. The (5) form somewhat plural the third person from the appellative or personal pronouns demonstrative their 17 differently of nouns by adding the following plural gender and number the demonstrative particles to () When (a) male rational beings the plural masculine suffix ru alone, Root. g.

Six, The ri, the terms Uriya Kui two, have in distinct words to but further seven; numerals, with the only excep- been displaced by the have undergone themselves the course of Kanadh, as for instance so, and so on. of a chho, and modifications phonetio lips Kandh Mais one, are to ohdro, their four, Uriya slight from the becomes sdro, and utteranoe following are the cardinal numerals: Oumsar dialect. one two three four five 6ix seven eight nine ten eleven twelve twenty twenty-one thirty forty The number* from above ten to twenty are formed by saydoso ote ro; ten and two, doso ote ri, etc.

A stone-house. g. Vani Idku, the coming-man or the man that comes. Vati loku, the came-man or the man that came. The also final vowel i in the relative or adjectival participle appears to be an enunciative particle, or a sign of the crude base or genitive. 28 KUI LANGUAGE. -~ Punba loku, a knowing man, that man. g. Sanja manni dsa mida, a that has beauty. a of participle not to be or loku, the may append adjectival sid, Raja dni a is, wealthy man. or the relative or not simply, But, urgi manni loku, a man that has rice in sion, not necessarily a wealthy man.

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