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Unformatted text preview: 63 Paradigm of pas, pasa, pan and heis, mia, hen Adjectives of the consonant declension with a separate set of forms for the feminine inflect the feminine like a noun of the first declension ending in -a- . The feminine is made from the stem of the masculine/neuter by adding the suffix - = ia (semivocalic i ), which is combined with the preceding syllable in different ways. Singular Nom./Voc. pw psa pn Gen. pantaew pshw pantaew Dat. pantÛ psoe pantÛ Acc. pnta psan pn Plural Nom./Voc. pntew psai pnta Gen. pntvn pas˙n pntvn Dat. psi ( n ) psaiw psi ( n ) Acc. pntaw psaw pnta psa stands for pantsa from pant- = ia . a 2 of pn (for pa- n(t)- ) is irregular and borrowed from pw . The accents of pantaew and pantÛ follow the monosyllabic stem rule; pntvn and psi(n ) don't. psi(n) is from pnt-si(n) . pas˙n follows the usual pattern for first declension nouns (-˙n from - vn ). Singular Nom. eåw mÛa §n Gen....
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