6-5: Pañca
6-5: Five

 

Tiliṅgarūpāni vuccante:
All three forms are illustrated:

 

Abstract:

 

all three genders plural:
 
case:
 
pañca nomimative - paṭhamā
pañca accusative - dutiyā
pañcahi instrumental - tatiyā
pañcannaṁ dative - catutthī
pañcahi ablative - pañcamī
pañcannaṁ genitive - chaṭṭhī
pañcasu locative - sattamī

 

Sentences:

 

Pañca mahābhūtā tiṭṭhanti (nom. plur.)
The five great existents remain

 

Pañca mahābhūte passati (acc. plur.)
He sees the five great existents

 

Pañcahi mahābhūtehi katāni (agent. inst. plur.)
It was done by the five great existents

 

Pañcahi mahābhūtehi sucarati (inst. plur.)
Because of the five great existents he lives well

 

Pañcannaṁ mahābhūtānaṁ dīyate (dat. plur.)
He is giving to the five great existents

 

Pañcahi mahābhūtehi apeti (abl. plur.)
He departs from the five great existents

 

Pañcannaṁ mahābhūtānaṁ santakaṁ (gen. plur.)
The five great existents' property

 

Pañcasu mahābhūtesu patiṭṭhitaṁ (loc. plur.)
Established in the five great existents

 

Evaṁ sabbattha yojetabbaṁ:
This is how they are to be compounded in all cases:

 

Pañcamahābhūtā pana tiṭṭhanti (masc.)
The five great existents remain

 

Pañca-abhibhavitāro tiṭṭhanti (masc.)
The five vanquishers remain

 

Pañcapurisā pana tiṭṭhanti (masc.)
The five men remain

 

Pañcabhūmiyo pana honti (fem.)
There re five grounds

 

Pañcakaññāyo pana tiṭṭhanti (fem.)
The five girls remain

 

Pañcamahābhūtāni tiṭṭhanti (neut.)
The five great existents remain

 

Pañcacittāni uppajjanti (neut.)
The five thoughts arise

 

Iti Pañcamo Pāṭho
Such is the Fifth Lesson