Tdm-LI-in, they are heard); t~m-tw-f, he is heard; tdm-n-f, he heard Ldm-n-tw-f, he was heard; also, tdm-ln-f, t~m-11r-f, -fdm-k,-f.
Later, tdm-f is ordinarily expressed by periphrases; but by the loss of n, t~m-n-f became itself sdm-f, which is the ordinary past in demotic. Cnptic preserves Ldm-f forms of many verbs in its causative (e.g.
There are relative forms of Ldm-f and 1dm-n-f, respectively Ldmw-f (masc.), t~m.I-n-f (fern.), &c. They are used when the relative is the object of the relative sentence, or has any other position than the subject.