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I call them the agentive and patientive verbal nouns. I have the exact same
derivation that you are planning in Arithide. <
http://wiki.frath.net/Classical_Arithide_conjugation>
Eugene

2009/4/20 Garth Wallace <[log in to unmask]>

> Is there a term for the nouns, derived from a verb, that refer to the
> subject or object of the verb, e.g. the "-er" and "-ee" forms in
> English?
>
> ObConlang, I'm thinking of using nominalizations of participles for
> this purpose, following from the regular nominalization of adjectives
> to mean someone or something that can be described by the adjective. I
> may also use them for periphrastic constructions expressing habitual
> aspect.
>