By J Brigel
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Examples of Simple Adjectives: posa kun^u, anew cloth; a fine child; bale, apini, (to 52. oposa, ^^xirporlu, fine oi>zi yedde, ol>ci good new ^<^OF crao-B ^j3^ We>e3 porlu sirartr yedde marga, a good way. Examples of Periphrastic Adjectives: 53. jo^d darkness dark (possessing darkness); =5^ (or uppu) kone, a dark room. (or uppu) itti 54. ) gati danti nara- a helpless man. 55. The adjective -S-^kinni, signifying a young; elephant; ^j^Od as: y^d is also used ^-^aneda -S-^korida kinni, kinni, substantively the young of an a chicken.
A grammar of the Tulu language by J Brigel