First of all, I was confused by the lack of a nominative, but now believe that the nominative 'te' or even "gahapatī/īni" is implied--correct? But this does raise a question for me: is it possible to construct a sentence in Pāḷi with a subject *not* in the nominative?Dhammaŋ sutvā gahapatīnaŋ Buddhe saddhaŋ uppajji.
(Exercise A #15, from lesson viii of Nārada's "An Elementary Pali Course")
Now, connected to this, in the second part of the sentence, it seems to me that 'saddhaŋ' is the subject of 'uppajji,' so why is 'saddhā' in the accusative? Is it because "(gahapatī) Dhammaŋ sutvā" is the subject that arose faith in/for gahapatīnaŋ? I'm guessing that this is the case and that 'uppajjati' takes the singular conjugation since 'Dhammaŋ sutvā' was a singular occurrence.
Am I understanding this correctly, or at least getting close?