Kannada is an inflected language, so you tend to drop what is most important in an English sentence: the subject.
But other words were inflected afterwards, in imitation of the old words in -en by making a double plural.
How did the roots or substantial portions of words become modified or inflected?
These follow the same rule as the others with regard to the use of their impersonal and inflected forms.
Like naht were also inflected brust, breast, and burc, citadel.
The mandible has a long and strong symphysis, and its angle is not inflected.
One, like self and other, is so far a substantive, that it is inflected.
The aphides are furnished with an inflected beak, and feelers longer than the thorax.
With exception of the above, the adjective is not inflected in the singular.
Koennen, to can, or be able, is inflected much in the same manner.
early 15c., "to bend inward," from Latin inflectere (past participle inflexus) "to bend in, bow, curve," figuratively, "to change," from in- "in" (see in- (1)) + flectere "to bend" (see flexible). Grammatical sense is attested 1660s; pronunciation sense (in inflection) is c.1600. Related: Inflected; inflecting.