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5) Los resultados de la encuesta respecto de la construccion aunque/aun + SP, cuyo complemento es un sustantivo deverbal o parafraseable por un adjetivo, muestran la posibilidad de la alternancia: aunque + SP (11 pruebas = 36.
Por su parte, la nominalizacion deverbal se registro mediante -aria, -ado y -ante: arrugada 'arrepentimiento' (< arrugar 'recular, arrepentirse'), pataleada 'reclamo' (< patalear 'quejarse') y laburante 'trabajador' (< laburar 'trabajar').
Pallas's item can be explained as a deverbal abstract noun in -as from palnem.
These syntactic properties indicate that they are not agent nouns but deverbal nominalizations comparable in syntactic behavior to English "ACC-ing" (11) I I nominalizations and Vedic active participles.
In other words, the morphological relation holding between the strong verb and the deverbal noun is implicit.
Additionally, limploecan 'to fall down' in (1c) is a deverbal derivative, from the strong verb (ge)limpan 'to happen' and there is another instance of a deadverbial derivative, namely gesamodlLcan 'to bring together' < samod 1 'simultaneously'.
Kastovsky, Dieter 1968 Old English deverbal substantives derived by means of a zero morpheme.
O derivatives have mainly adjectival bases, such as bieldo 'boldness' (beald 'bold'), ieldo 'age' (eald 'old'), gehlytto 'fellowship' (gehlot 'selection by lot') being the only denominal instance and mago 'son' (magan 'be able') the only deverbal one.
Em relacao as sequencias [[e] g o] versus [e g o], os dados apontam o predominio total da sequencia [e g o] na lingua, com a atuacao da Metafonia, registrando-se apenas tres ocorrencias da sequencia [[e] g o] nas palavras ego, cego, prego, as duas primeiras eruditas e, a ultima, um deverbal, em que o processo em [oco nao atua.
To illustrate this by a deverbal verb: the rule that in Italian defines verbs such as sconnettere 'disconnect', applies to both a basic morphological segment (connett-) and its meaning.
However, nominal collocations (8) with these suffixed derivatives show that adjectives with different suffixes can be used synonymously with deverbal action and resultative nouns (a) and also with simplex indigenous and borrowed inanimate nouns (b), cf.
A separate category consists of cases in which a former tulla + translative construction is replaced with a deverbal (t)U-derivative suffix (e.
a *taksan inherited from Indo-European *TKSoN became contaminated through contact with a Hittite deverbal neologism *taks'an- '*a joining' or--simply by a folk reanalysis taking *laksccn to be derived via the stem-suffix -an- from taks-.
Thus, *rand-on- yielded OFr randoner and ultimately deverbal randon, leading to modern English abandon.
This section offers a review of the descriptive and theoretical questions relevant to the analysis of Old English deverbal nouns.