Lesson 59 A- Exercises with In-ending words. इन्नन्तशब्दाः |

forthcoming    आगामिन्    man/ creature    जन्मिन्
   elephant    दन्तिन् classmate   सहाध्यायिन्     conjurer    मायाविन्
     road (is declined slightly differently.
     Pl. check  Supplement 41 )
   lion (the one who has
    a mane)
   केसरिन्     Shiva( his bow is called  पिनाकः)   पिनाकिन्
   साक्षिन् horse( the one who has a mane)
   केसरिन्     Shiva   जटाधारिन्
     suspicious person     शङ्किन्    charioteer      रथिन्    Vishnu/ Krishna  चक्रिन्
     tree (having young shoots)    पल्लविन्    noble person    गुणिन्    
     fish (having
   कण्टकिन्    fish (having
   शकलिन्     fish   जलचलिन्
     fish ( one who possesses the capacity to go  forth and spread all over.)     विसारिन्   Moon ( drawn by
  white horses)

   Moon ( marked like a hare or a rabbit.)

     fisherman     जालिन्
   Moon ( drawn by ten
   दशवाजिन्      Moon ( like the white lotus flower that blooms only at night.)
     ( also possessing moonlight.)
     Sun ( Beholder of the world's deeds.)   कर्मसाक्षिन्     Sun ( garlanded with
   किरणमालिन्     Yogi ( one who is established in Yog)  योगिन्
    One who performs austerities 



Translate: ( use your heads here!)
1. When the elephant saw the man with a bow, he entered the forest.
2. There are many trees on both sides of this road.
3. The fisherman brings the fish to the market.
4. I'll perform Krishna's puja next week.
5. You must behave well ( with love) with your classmates.
6. Salutations to all noble people!
7. Shiva must be worshipped by all men.
8. I'll eat my food after I've seen the moon.
9. These fruits are for those Yogis and those Tapasvis.
10. From the Sun,  I receive inspiration.

                                                                           Answers follow in 59 B

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