|Korean: dongsa• singular plural nominative verb accusative genitive partitive essive-instructive translative inessive elative illative? Norwegian: Nynorsk:• Interlingua:• Bishnupriya Manipuri: please add this translation if you can• 1946: Rand Corporation, The Rand Paper Series For example, one-part versions of the proposition "The doctor pursued the lawyer" were "The doctor verbed the object,"||Scottish Gaelic:• In an English clause, a verb forms the of the of the clause|
|Javanese:• Erzya: tevval , tejemaval• 1997, David||Yoruba:• Norman: m Jersey• 1993 January 25, Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson I like to verb words|
Hyponyms [ ]• terminative II terminative III — additive I? Tagalog:• Oriya: please add this translation if you can• In many languages, verbs uniquely for and.11
|Estonian: , ,• Icelandic: n, f• 1981 Feb 22, unknown Guardian editor as quoted by William Safire, On Language, in New York Times, pSM3 Haig, in congressional hearings before his confirmatory, paradoxed his auditioners by abnormalling his responds so that verbs were nouned, nouns verbed and adjectives adverbised||Latvian: m, m, m dated• Kazakh: etistik• Zajceva, N|
|French: m• Swedish: n• Walker, Aravind Krishna Joshi, Centering Theory in Discourse The sentence frame was Dan verbed Ben approaching the store||Northern Sami:• You're only kind if you do kind things|
Uzbek:• Swazi: please add this translation if you can• West Frisian: n• 1964: Journal of Mathematical Psychology Each sentence had the same basic structure: The subject transitive verbed the object who intransitive verbed in the location.