Jī: Sanskrit declension schemes
Jī is a word in the Sanskrit language where it represents a Noun. This page shows the declension shemes of the possible gender(s) including the grammatical case and number. Note that Sanskrit has eight cases, three numbers and three different genders. The Sanskrit noun Jī is found in masculine form. These declensions are also used for the adjectives.
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Masculine declension scheme:
This is the Masculine declension of the word Jī following the rules for -ī.
|dative.||jiyai | jiye||jībhyām||jībhyaḥ|
|ablative.||jiyāḥ | jiyaḥ||jībhyām||jībhyaḥ|
|genitive.||jiyāḥ | jiyaḥ||jiyoḥ||jīnām | jiyām|
|locative.||jiyi | jiyām||jiyoḥ||jīṣu|