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The -aya Class | Learn Sanskrit Online

The -aya Class

Verbs in the -aya class form stems by strengthening to the medium level and using the suffix aya. Consider the behavior of the root cur, meaning "steal":

cur (aya, present tense)
चुर् Singular Dual Plural
Third Person चोरयति
corayati
चोरयतः
corayataḥ
चोरयन्ति
corayanti
Second Person चोरयसि
corayasi
चोरयथः
corayathaḥ
चोरयथ
corayatha
First Person चोरयामि
corayāmi
चोरयावः
corayāvaḥ
चोरयामः
corayāmaḥ

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The -aya class with different suffixes

Any suffix that uses the connecting i vowel will always use i.

The gerund

Note that the suffix itvā is used. If an -aya class root does not have a prefix, then its gerund form will use the verb stem, with the last a removed.

Otherwise, the regular rules are followed.

The PPP

Note that the suffix ita is used. The -aya class uses a medium-strength root in the PPP.