verbid

verbid

[vur-bid]
noun Grammar.
a nonfinite verb form; a verbal; an infinitive, participle, or gerund.

Origin:
1910–15; verb + -id2

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verbid (ˈvɜːbɪd)
 
n
grammar any nonfinite form of a verb or any nonverbal word derived from a verb: participles, infinitives, and gerunds are all verbids

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