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8 19 20 21 22 30 40 50 00 70 80 90 OCCMb. 9 10 11 12 13 14 HexepHaneexb. 1 It is curious in this form nexHancexb. BaHCCTb H ABaHcexb H (AB*) TpHHCCTb. MexepHceTb. nex^ecexb. inencexb. to see the survival of the nasal. C 18 BULGARIAN GRAMMAS. 100 200 300 400 500 xHJia^a (rarely TH- cama). 10,000 AeeeTt HCTCpH CTOTHHTb. neTb CTOTHHT.. Some ^^^ ( TH . CHIIJ,H). 1,000,000 MHJIHOHT,. numbers are found in various forms and sometimes even usance But Hei^pHceib (40) becomes sometimes Heinpacf). of these ; ^Ba^eceiB for ^Baii^eTL, e.
C 18 BULGARIAN GRAMMAS. 100 200 300 400 500 xHJia^a (rarely TH- cama). 10,000 AeeeTt HCTCpH CTOTHHTb. neTb CTOTHHT.. Some ^^^ ( TH . CHIIJ,H). 1,000,000 MHJIHOHT,. numbers are found in various forms and sometimes even usance But Hei^pHceib (40) becomes sometimes Heinpacf). of these ; ^Ba^eceiB for ^Baii^eTL, e. , ($0) 1000 CTO. ; many of these are merely dialect forms. DOZON, in one of the ballads in his collection, has HeiapHCH (p. 16). is . a, the declined as an adjective. and many other numerals, take in the masculine suffix -Ma; e.
IST DECLENSION. Adjectives with definite endings in -HH endings in T,, a and o. ; indefinite 16 BULGARIAN GRAMMAR. ' THE NUMERALS. The superlative is formed by prefixing nan- to the ' adjective ; 17 as, neJOB'BK'L, man/ the wisest When we merely wish to express pre-eminence without any idea of comparison, the prefixes npn- and Bee- may be ' ' used ; as, npiJiHCTB, very pure ;' BcecHJCHt, all powerful/ The suffixes -anmHH and -Mmnn may also be added (cf. Russian) A ; as, CBflTMniHfi CHHOA'B, diminutive termination may 'the most holy also Synod/ be added to adjec- other Slavonic languages.
A short grammar of the Bulgarian language, with reading lessons by by W. R. Morfill ...