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":

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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.