Q. gerund grammar.

Examples (gerund)
karie [← car-] ✧ PE17/068.1504
kărie “doing” [← car-] ✧ PE22/152.1206
en-yalië “re-calling” [← #enyal-] ✧ UT/317.0503
mătie “eating” [← mat-] ✧ PE17/013.2015
quetie “words” [← quet-] ✧ PE22/158.0915
quetie “words” [← quet-] ✧ VT49/28.0308
añkárie [← car-] intensive ✧ PE17/094.0903
añkénie “sharper, closer, more attentively, better, more closely” [← cen-] intensive ✧ PE17/094.1003
am(a)lírie “with more vocalic art” [← #lir-] intensive ✧ PE17/094.0612
ammēnie “with more determination” [← men-] intensive ✧ PE17/094.0603
amnórie “with more running, faster” [← nor-¹] intensive ✧ PE17/094.1203
am(a)ríkie “with more/additional effort” [← #ric-²] intensive ✧ PE17/094.0401
antírie “more closely, more attentively” [← tir-] intensive ✧ PE17/094.1103

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ᴹQ. gerund grammar.

Examples (gerund)
oláre “growing” [← ola-] ✧ PE22/116.1913
aláve [← ola-] ✧ PE22/116.4114
ampanótie [← ampanóta-] ✧ PE22/118.0201
karie “making” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/099.1716
karie [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109.1501
karie [← kar-] ✧ PE22/109.4204
karie “making (things)” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/119.0802
karie “making” [← kar-] ✧ PE22/119.2713
karanyáre [← karanya-] ✧ PE22/117.1105
karanyave [← karanya-] ✧ PE22/117.3306
ie “existing” ← ëa ✧ PE22/122.3117
ére “existing” ← ëa ✧ PE22/122.3202
ie “existence” [← ea-] ✧ PE22/124.2507
ére “existence” [← ea-] ✧ PE22/124.2703
ie [← ye-] ✧ PE22/123.2914
[← ye-] ✧ PE22/123.2915
faráre “hunting” ← fara- ✧ PE22/116.1911
faráve [← fara-] ✧ PE22/116.4112
hopáre [← hora-] ✧ PE22/116.1915
hopáve [← hora-] ✧ PE22/116.4116
istie [← ista-] ✧ PE22/114.2804
kaluye ← kelu ✧ PE22/117.0205
?alie “not being” [← lá-] ✧ PE22/126.4104
liruye ← liru ✧ PE22/117.0204
matie “eating” [← mat-] ✧ PE22/099.1804
matie “eating” [← mat-] ✧ PE22/119.0702
matie “eating” [← mat-] ✧ PE22/120.0802
nakie “to kill” [← nak-¹] ✧ PE22/120.1203
nemie “seeming” [← nem-] ✧ PE22/099.1802
nemie “seeming, appearance” [← nem-] ✧ PE22/099.3403
niñqityóre ← niñqityo (infinitive) ✧ PE22/117.4205
niñqitále ← niñqitā- ✧ PE22/117.3603
niñqitaste ← niñqitā- ✧ PE22/117.3604
niñqitáre ← niñqitā- ✧ PE22/117.3605
ortie [← orta-] ✧ PE22/114.2805
ortáre [← orta-] ✧ PE22/117.1104
ortave [← orta-] ✧ PE22/117.3304
oryave [← orya-] ✧ PE22/114.2916
palkie [← palka-] ✧ PE22/114.2808
sirie [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/114.2806
siryare [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/114.2812
siryave [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/114.2917
siryave [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/114.4010
siryave “flowing” [← sirya-] ✧ PE22/116.4307
sulpie [← sulpa-] ✧ PE22/114.2809
taltie [← talta-] ✧ PE22/114.2807
taltare [← talta-] ✧ PE22/114.2813
tulie “coming” [← tul-] ✧ PE22/099.1806
tyavie “tasting” [← tyav-] ✧ PE22/119.0810
tyazie “liking” [← tyaz-] ✧ PE22/119.0812
ksaráre “longing” [← ksara-] ✧ PE22/119.0710
kariemma “our doing” [← kar-] 1st-pl-inclusive-poss ✧ PE17/014.0901

References ✧ PE22/99, 119-120

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ᴱQ. gerund grammar.

Examples (gerund)
tulinta “coming” [← tulu-] ✧ PE16/128.0601
tula [← tulu-] aorist ✧ PE14/028.4411
vasta ← e (present) future ✧ PE14/057.1604
[tul]vanto [← tulu-] future ✧ PE14/028.2003
tulvanta [← tulu-] future ✧ PE14/028.4408
tulienta [← tulu-] future ✧ PE14/028.4409
tuluvasta ← tul- future ✧ PE14/057.0705
tulvaldo [← tulu-] future passive ✧ PE14/030.1903
tulvalma [← tulu-] future passive ✧ PE14/030.1904
tulvatsa [← tulu-] future reflexive ✧ PE14/029.1603
[tulva]ksa(nt) [← tulu-] future reflexive ✧ PE14/029.1703
iesta ← e (present) past ✧ PE14/057.1602
yesta ← e (present) past ✧ PE14/057.1603
túliento [← tulu-] past ✧ PE14/028.2004
túliesta ← tul- past ✧ PE14/057.0704
túlieldo [← tulu-] past passive ✧ PE14/030.1905
túlietsa [← tulu-] past reflexive ✧ PE14/029.1604
(túlieksa(nt)) [← tulu-] past reflexive ✧ PE14/029.1704
ista ← e (present) present ✧ PE14/057.1601
matsista ← mat- present ✧ PE14/057.0703
tulinto [← tulu-] present ✧ PE14/028.2002
tulinto [← tulu-] present ✧ PE14/028.4407
tulista ← tul- present ✧ PE14/057.0702
tulildo [← tulu-] present passive ✧ PE14/030.1902
tulitsa [← tulu-] present reflexive ✧ PE14/029.1602
[tul]iksa(nt) [← tulu-] present reflexive ✧ PE14/029.1702

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