Gerund form is a form of a verb used to refer to the verb action itself in a noun form.

In umbrean it is used in 2 ways

in both cases one simply adds the correct case gerund ending to the verb.

Pure Gerund[]

Pure gerund simply refers to the very action itself, if used on the bare root it means an action in general while if after tempus it refers to the action in that tempus

Umbrean English
Meaning Literal
Chaahzbjay ëdhihsömydhügn I like driving Driving is pleasing me

Noun Clause[]

Gerund form is also used to mark noun clauses and is placed after person agreement

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