infinitive
Daoine_Sidhe The base form of a verb, in most (or at least Latin-based) languages characterized by a rigid form (ie. ir/er/re/ar verbs). The wonderous thing about English is the lack of phonetic structure to these verbs, so it is quite possible to verb any noun. One is able to desk a paper, thereby placing it in/on/beside?/under a writing table. Other languages disallow this blatant disregaurd for rigid rules involving word definitions.

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