Learn Tamil Verbs -23 விடு /VIDU verbs (Post No.11,439)


Post No. 11,439

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We will learn one more compound verb today.

Vidu விடு ending verbs mean some definite action or completed action.

It is conjugated like PADU verbs.

We have seen following PADU verbs already:

ஆசைப்படு , வருத்தப்படு, கவலைப்படு, கோபப்படு , சந்தோஷப்படு


WE HAVE ALREADY SEEN  (padu ending verbs)

To say this, I will use

நாம் = Naam =we

ஏற்கனவே = Erkanave= Already

பார்த்துவிட்டோம்= Paarththuvittom= have seen, had seen.

The action is definite, complete.

How do we form these Definite verbs?

You simply add VIDU to the converbial form of the verb

விடு = vidu added to படித்து, வந்து, சாப்பிட்டு, போய் , தூங்கி, பார்த்து

படித்தேன் = படித்துவிட்டேன் = padiththen is I read; if I say Padiththuvitten that means I have read it completely or finished reading.

Depending upon the context, it gives a different shades of meanings

சாப்பிட்டேன்= சாப்பிட்டுவிட்டேன் = sappiiten = I ate= saappittuvitten is I had already eaten or it may even mean I ate everything leaving nothing  for you.

வந்தான்= வந்துவிட்டான் = vanthaan = he came= vanthuvittaan= he has come; here he is

வந்தார்= வந்துவிட்டார் = people are waiting for a VIP in a meeting for long. When the leader or VIP is about to come to the stage, they announce our leader has come= He has  finally arrived

பார்ப்பார்= பார்த்துவிடுவார் = paarththuviduvaar= he will see you; please hide yourself.

தூங்கிவிட்டேன்= Thuungivitten=I had slept (too long); Sorry, I am late I had slept too long= naan thoongkivitten.





Purappdu= starting a journey, leaving a place, setting out, departing புறப்படு,

Kumbidu= worship (God), salute a person or saying Namaste கும்பிடு

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