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Zin in IB 65—6, zin in VI 152 are doubtful. -n\-n are lacking in dgu(n) IV 269, Mre(rc) IB 80—1, IV 19 etc. -m is curious in — rgum (dgu) IV 239, dgum IV 228, drum (drun) IV141,154,168,205,263, gsum (gsun) II21. Also -n for -m in hbyan IB 42. In sen-rum (se-ru) IB 4 -m is superfluous. 4. fe, as an appendage to final vowels, is noticed by Thon-mi-Sambhota; but Tibetan orthography retains it only in a limited class of cases with the vowel a. It is found not infrequently, but irregularly, in Documents and in the Texts, being in both occasionally used even before a final consonant.
W. T h o m a s , Ancient Folk-literature from North-eastern Tibet just as in English there are such expressions as 'by doing', 'his doings', in Latin the Declensional forms of Gerunds, and in Greek the Declension of Infinitive forms (with the Article) as Nouns. Hence it is unnecessary in Tibetan to distinguish between Noun and Verb in cases where they are used with the same Suffixes denoting Number or Case: between mi-hi and si-hi 'of man' and ;of dying', mi-rnams and si-rnams, 'men', and 'dyings', there is no difference of function; still less is there a difference where si-rnams is equivalent to si-barnams (111,34).
Theiorkhe: IV 121. 3. g/ft, g/rf: gyun ( = &2/TO 142) IV 172 Mrom (fegram IB 70) IV 127 hgri (=hbri) VI 57, 65, 146, 161 bsbul (bsgul) V 37 sgyugs (skyug) IV 271 ( = phyugs) IV 167 hdrim (hgrim) VI 18 sgrin (sbrin 88) VI 85 4. jfedrog (fe&rog) in ye(yen)-hdrog III 36, VI 42 5. , as brla II 27, IV 54, 55, 60 etc. 6. w absent in phy(w)a IA 26, yi-d(w)ags V 26; for b in brag-hwod IV 267. 7. ri for dri IV 287. 8. ) IV 336, 347; Ita for lha VI57. 9. rierc for mnen IV 231; gZugfiug for m/wg IA 37, IV 143.