deverbal noun


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a noun that is derived from a verb

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In other words, the morphological relation holding between the strong verb and the deverbal noun is implicit.
Other shades of referential meaning may be added by the possessive, the negative determiner, or quantifiers, which frequently premodify the deverbal noun in our data, as exemplified in 6, 7 and 8 below, respectively.
Up to this point, descriptive aspects have been preferred and deverbal noun suffixes have been the most studied.
The Croatian constructional schema thus closely follows the English schema suggested in Figure 1, so that both the light verb element and the deverbal noun element are present, with the exception of the lexical counterpart of take 'uzeti', which turned out to be slightly limited in the number of examples:
This section offers a review of the descriptive and theoretical questions relevant to the analysis of Old English deverbal nouns.
The deverbal noun in OmA and infinitive in OmO present us with a second variety of vowel harmony; mid-low dissimilatory vowel harmony.
In Dutch, the nonsubject interpretation also occurs with deverbal nouns ending in -aar, an allomorph of -er, for instance in gijzel-aar 'hostage' and martel-aar 'martyr,' derived from the verbs gijzel 'to take hostage' and martel 'to torture,' respectively.
Sravnitel'nyi slovar', II:9; -rAA- + -n deverbal verb + deverbal noun, name of action; the author discusses the origin and the meanings (successful hunting, good luck, talisman, sylvan deity) of the noun hingken/singken/singken on pp.
The distinction between the deverbal noun in -minen and the identical-looking 4th infinitive; this distinction looks counterintuitive to many native speakers.
The pre-Classical Mongolian word used to translate xiao is taqimtayu, a deverbal noun derived from taqi- 'to serve, attend upon (parents, ruler, etc.
Interestingly, however, verb + particle formations are treated as phrases and similar conclusions apply to deverbal noun + particle formations like shoot-out, kick-off, etc.
We will be analysing the existence of collocational restrictions in the behaviour of these structures, focusing on the determiners that the deverbal noun admits, on the morphology of the head noun, especially its number, on its modification and also on the voice of the Composite Predicate structure.
1985) as a frequent type of object which "generally takes the form of a deverbal noun preceded by a common verb of general meaning, such as do, give, have, make, take.
1; see also Jastrow 1232); and Syriac [square root of (term)]prns 'to divide, distribute; supply, provide for' (TS 3269-72; LS2 599; SL 1243) as well as the deverbal nouns [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'nourishment; help, administration' (SL 1170-1171), [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'steward, administrator' (SL 1243-44), [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'benefactor; steward' (SL 810), [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]'it 'by divine providence' (SL 810), and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 'superintendence; administration' (SL 810).