The second persons of the same tense take the ending che, ches in the singular and chedes in the plural: falache or falaches (f a b u I a s t i), falachedes as well as faldstedes (f a hu I a s t i s), bateche or batiche, p1.
Batestes or batechedes, &c. Ti (t i b i) having given che in Galician, we see that falasti has become falache by a phonetic process.
In this theory, given in the memoirs " Sulle trasformazioni geometr i che delle figure piani," Mem.
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This page gives an overview of all articles in the 1911 Brittanica which are alphabetized under Che to Chr.