Participle

A participle (PTCP) is a linguistics term for a certain class of nonfinite verb forms whose sentence function varies according to the contextual structure in which the participle occurs. Depending on the context, a participle may function adverbially or as an adjective.[1] Its name derives from the Latin participium,[2] a calque of Greek μετοχή (metokhḗ) "partaking" or "sharing";[3] because the Ancient Greek and Latin participles evince some analogous adverbial attributes and adjectival characteristics vis-à-vis nouns (gender, number, case) as well as verbs (tense and voice).

Other Languages
Afrikaans: Deelwoord
Alemannisch: Partizip
aragonés: Participio
беларуская: Дзеепрыметнік
български: Причастие
brezhoneg: Anv-gwan-verb
català: Participi
čeština: Příčestí
Deutsch: Partizip
eesti: Kesksõna
эрзянь: Причастия
español: Participio
Esperanto: Participo
فارسی: وجه وصفی
français: Participe
galego: Participio
հայերեն: Դերբայ
Ирон: Миногми
italiano: Participio
қазақша: Есімше
Latina: Participium
latviešu: Divdabis
македонски: Партицип
Malagasy: Ova-matoanteny
Bahasa Melayu: Partisipel
Nederlands: Deelwoord
日本語: 分詞
norsk: Partisipp
norsk nynorsk: Partisipp
occitan: Participi
polski: Imiesłów
português: Particípio
română: Participiu
саха тыла: Аат туохтуур
Simple English: Participle
slovenčina: Príčastie
slovenščina: Deležnik
svenska: Particip
Türkçe: Sıfat-fiil
українська: Дієприкметник
vèneto: Partisipio
walon: Pårticipe
吴语: 分词
中文: 分词