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  • Gruntle is what lexicographers call a frequentive, a verb that describes repeated or recurrent action.

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  • Gruntle is what lexicographers call a frequentive, a verb that describes repeated or recurrent action.

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  • Gruntle is what lexicographers call a frequentive, a verb that describes repeated or recurrent action.

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  • Gruntle is what lexicographers call a frequentive, a verb that describes repeated or recurrent action.

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  • The frequentive of wrest is wrestle; of prate, prattle; of spark, sparkle; and the frequentive of grunt is gruntle.

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  • The frequentive of wrest is wrestle; of prate, prattle; of spark, sparkle; and the frequentive of grunt is gruntle.

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  • The frequentive of wrest is wrestle; of prate, prattle; of spark, sparkle; and the frequentive of grunt is gruntle.

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  • The frequentive of wrest is wrestle; of prate, prattle; of spark, sparkle; and the frequentive of grunt is gruntle.

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  • The word "to dwell" * (habitare) * however, we say means "to dominate," since it is the frequentive of the word "to have" * (habeo, habes) *.

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