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The mode as we have seen is imperfect because no disdrawn (1) between women and animals and things, and last tinction is between the (2) sexes of Although the generio agenoy sex, still it to suffixes of them from the purely number distinguish which they the suffixes in nouns of of signification a being or agent without any specification of will be convenient to call the suffixes the gender that is animals. with suffixes be treated in the next section. will Number. Tamil In and irrational nouns inanimate the singular form pluralised in ordinary conversation, being used in an indefinite singular-plural sense, plurality being left to be understood all irrational it is otherwise, and Accordingly and there inanimate Kui pluralised as regularly as rational nouns.
We or state or gln-a-n-teru, important to bear in you who do. mind the the formation of appel- lative and relative participial nouns in order to understand what number are in the Kui language. , or mdnba, the the aot state of implied being ; in giva, the the doing. , or verbal derivatives kb-mbo, are nouns formed from a sept, from the root fed, to out. a GENDER. The formation been indicated the and Introduction, nouns has be will referred to the chapter on the Verb. in again the verbal nouns and derivative of in 9 Gender.
Small small-ones. suffixes the used idiomatically instead of the ordi- is When nouns the add the following plural stones? gender suffixes: male rational beings the plural masculine suffix ru alone, Boot. 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.
A grammar of the Kūi language by J. E. Friend-Pereira