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James Chandler skrev:
> Kjell scrit:
>
>   
>> I think Occidental can illustrate the distinction
>>     
> between an action noun and an ordinary noun. un
> scrition is the result of writing and un scrida is the
> action of writing.
>
> Does -tion always signify the end result of an action
> in Occ?  Doesn't Occ also have a form something like
> scritura, which is also the result of writing?
>
>   
As far as I understand, and I haven't learnt the whole grammar yet, the 
-tion ending can mean both an ordinary noun and an action noun, but the 
-da ending put to the verb theme -a, -e, -i will yield nouns that 
indicate action: currer - currida; I don't remember any better examples 
just now.

Kjell R