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Bālo. bālā. Gen. bālassa. bālāya. Dat. bālassa, bālāya. bālāya. Acc. bālaŋ. bālaŋ. Ins. bālena. bālāya. Abl. bālā, bālāya. bālasmā, bālasmā, bālamhā, bālamhā, bālato. bālato. Loc. bāle, bālāya, bālāyaŋ. bālasmiŋ, bālamhi. Voc. bāla, bālā. bālā, bāle. §194. Of Adjectives the stem of which ends in a, some form their Feminine in ā, some in ī. §195. Adjectives ending in i, ī, and u, ū, form their Feminine by adding nī (189), before which long ī and ū are shortened. (For examples see Chapter VII. ) CHAPTER VII.
Sakid eva, at once, simultaneously. sakadāgamī (āgami), returning once only. Dat. Acc. Singular. ahaŋ, I. mama, my, mine. mayhaŋ, my, mine. mamaŋ, my, mine. amhaŋ, my, mine. mama, to me, for me. mayhaŋ, to me, for me. mamaŋ, to me, for me. amhaŋ, to me, for me. me, to me, for me. maŋ, me. mamaŋ. me. Ins. mayā, me, by me, Abl. mayā. me, from me. Loc. mayi, in, on, upon me. Plural. mayaŋ, we. amhe, we. vayaŋ, we. amhākaŋ, our, ours. amhaŋ, our, ours. asmākaŋ, our, ours. no, our, ours. amhākaŋ, to us, for us amhaŋ, to us, for us.
Ordinal. 5, pañca, pañcama 5th. 6, cha, chama, 6th. 7, satta, sattama, 7th. ,etc,. ekadhā, once. dvidhā, in two ways; in two; of two kinds. tidhā, in three ways; three-fold, in three parts. §282. The word guṇa, though not a suffix, is often employed like dhā with the meanings of times, fold. In the sense of times, it generally takes the Neuter form in aŋ. Examples. §275. Ordinals 5th, 6th and 7th, have two forms: 5th, pañcatha, pañcama. 6th, chaṭṭha, chaṭṭhama. 7th, satta, sattama. dasaguṇaŋ, ten times; or ten-fold.
A Practical Grammar of the Pāli Language by Charles Duroiselle