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In grammar, deverbal nouns are nouns derived from verbs or verb phrases; it is a form of nominalization (forming a noun) Verbal nouns (VNs) and deverbal nouns (DVNs) are both nouns formed from verbs (formally, lexicalized nouns derived from or cognate to verbs), but are distinguished. — “Deverbal noun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
On the explanation about deverbal', it seems the examples or the explanations provided on the page are simply infinitives' in English. I agree that the deverbal page is inadequate: I referenced it without. — “Wikipedia:Reference desk/Archives/Language/2009 October 8”, en.wikipedia.org
The most common type of noun is the deverbal noun (i.e., a noun derived from a verb) Simple nouns, compound nouns, and some deverbal nouns are inflected by adding a pronominal prefix to the noun. — “Southern Athabascan grammar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org