Excerpt from A Compendium of the Comparative Grammar of the Indo-European, Sanskrit, Greek, and Latin Languages, Vol. 2
Derived verb-stems, though presupposing noun-stems, are here treated before the latter, because, like primary verb-stems and roots, they frequently underlie... noun-stems.
All verbs which possess no stem-formative elements, except those which serve for the formation of the tense-stems, have the form of stem-verbs; but those verbs which, in other forms than the present, show besides 'the root such elements as were not originally used for the formation of present or other tense-stems, have the form of derived verbs.
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