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Declensions of Possessives derived from the Definitives..
1. Unpw, his or her. 2. Unpuja, of his. 3. apwyd, to his.
6. Unpшyny, by or with his.
1. Unpuye, his or her.
1. Ungu, their.
6. Ingwynų, by or with their.
1. Ungue, their.
2. Vngwyg or ungwyng, of their.
3. Unguyg or ungwyng, to their. 4. Unguu, their.
Unguyng, from their. 6. Unguyne, by or with their..
1. puy, his or her.
6. Papun, by or with his. Pnquynų,
1. Դորայք, his or her. 2. Դորայց or դորայոց,
5. Դորայց, դորայոց օր՛ի դորայս, to his. 4. զԴորայս, his.
npwyng, from his.
6. pyne, by or with his.
1. Ingw, their.
guy, of their.
3. Tanguyn, to their.
6. ngwyn, by or with their.
1. Jɔngwy, their.
Ingwjg or Engшng, of their.
1. p, his or her.
6. apшn, by or with his.
pe, his or her.
2. `,որայց օր նորայոց, of his. 3. “լ,որայց, նորայոց or ՚ի նորայս, to his. 4. զՆորայս, his. 5.png, from his. 6.pne, by or with his.
1. ","gw, their. 2.aguay, of their. 3. Unguja, to their.
6. "Ingwynų, by or with their.
1. Ungure, their.
2. Ingwyg or Engwyng, of their.
5. nguyng, from their. nguyne, by or with their.
Declension of the Pronoun Relative.
or a, who, which, what, that. 2. Пy, whose, of which.
5. Ma or Japy, from whom, from which. n, with or by whom or which.
or un np, to whom, to which.
1. Nee, who, which, what, that.
5. Mng, from which.
Le, by or with which.
The verb signifies to be, to do, or to suf
fer with tense, number and
Five properties belong to the verb. Kind,
Tense or Time, Number, Person and Conjugation.
There are four kinds of verbs: Substantive, Active, Passive, and Neutral.
The first denotes existence, as, L, I am. qn, I do exist. The second action, as, un it, I do, I make. The third sufferance, as, unuh, I am done or made. The fourth the action subsisting in itself, as, wwwfS, I labour. qw, I go.
There is also another kind called Common, which signifies the action as well as the sufferance, as, qw, I judge, and I am judged.
There are three tenses of the verb: the Present, as, qp, I write. Past, as, qp gh, I wrote: and Future, as, 4ptgþg, I shall
The past is either Imperfect, as, qphp, I was writing, or Perfect, as, qpgh, I wrote.
The ancient grammarians add two other perfect tenses: the Preter-perfect, as, ¿pbшL br, I have written, and the Preter-plu-perfect, as, qpbш, I had written: but these tenses do not necessarily belong to the Armenian language.