Est autem argentum vivum de facili in fumum evaporatiuum & resolutivum, cuius fumus maxime obest astantibus. Inducit enim paralysim et tremorem, relaxando nervos et remolliendo. Ore acceptum vel auri immissum occidit membra perfodiendo circa quod periculum maxime valet lac caprinum, in quantitate maxime epotatum cum continuo motu patientis.
Gerunds are verbal nouns; that is, they are nouns which have been created from verbs. For example, the gerund scribendo is derived from the verb scribo, scribere: "to write". To the stem, -nd is added, followed by the singular, masculine or neuter case endings: i, o, um, or o. There are no feminine, nominative or plural forms. From the ablative forms below, deduce and write the first person singular forms of the verb from which the gerund is derived and give its meaning.
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