In its only attestation the verbal noun
zammurai- is modified by KAxU-i 'mouth', and so the translation 'slander' seems appropriate:
?ay handiri ?a-?n ize 'I dreamed of my son' (verb handiri) ?a-?n handiri 'my dream' (verbal noun
handiri) Verbal nouns
of Low-tone monosyllabic verbs change their tone to Falling.
It consists of the verbal noun
ol 'drinking' (in its most general sense) plus the prepositional prefix ad-, ath, used in the formation of compound nouns.
Notwithstanding that it is shown as a second alternative to "Datganli", a verbal noun
, in the Welsh Academy's English-Welsh Dictionary, it has gained no currency.
2) Noun + Verbal Noun
: In English there are terms the nucleus of which is expressed by a verbal noun
naming the operation being done, while the determinant specifies the latter, indicating a) what material is used for the operation: board lining--lentu apkalas, timber boarding--apkalimas lentomis, vapour cooling--ausinimas garu, wood flooring--medines grindys; b) where or to which part of the building the operation or activity is applied: ceiling heating--lubinis sildymas, indoor lighting--vidaus apsvietimas, leak/leakage testing--sandarumo tikrinimas, pipe cleaning--vamzdziu valymas, roof loading--stogo apkrovimas, sieve testing--granuliometrine analize, underfloor heating--pogrindinis sildymas.
74 contributes "In the [following, charted] verbal noun
forms, the e vowel of the stem (of the infinitive, future and imperative) is deleted." On p.
T E S S E R A T E D tesserated, see OED tesserate D E S S E M B L E D see below E L T A M A R A N I Wadi el-Tamarani, Egypt, 29[degrees] 52' N, 34 [degrees] 32' E, NIMA S T I T C H I N G S stitching, OED verbal noun
, or plural in 3 quotes S A T I R E T T E S satirette, OED, plural in quote E M C R I S T E N E OED wosith, first quote (and 6 others elsewhere) M A H E S W A R D I Nagar Maheswardi, Bangladesh, 24[degrees] 04' N, 90[degrees] 42' E, NIMA B R I T T A I N E S Britains or British, see OED symbolize, 1590 quote etc.
The discussion reveals that the infinitive "be" (which is the basis of the verbal noun
"be [-ing]") "names something that lies at the foundation of all inflections of the verb" (p.
They noted also that the Latin gerund or verbal noun
`referendum' (a bringing or taking back) is not declined and has no plural.
Something of a concrete vertical hierarchy is implied in this Arabic verbal noun
, which is not necessarily present in the English word "revelation." (2)
The majority of the words in the analyzed set of vocabulary are nouns, but--in so far as my etymological inferences prove to be true--there are some suffixes that are added to verbal stems (furthermore, in some cases, the UEW provides a verbal noun
as a starting point).
b) In Old Irish, Agents are usually formed with the suffix -(a)id/-(a)ith added to a verbal noun
, as shown by cetlaid 'singer' (from cetal 'singing'), scribndid 'writer' (from scribend 'writing'), etc.