Ilk. verbs grammar.
There are six attested Ilkorin verbs. Half of them are expressed as stem forms, such as Ilk. góda- “to soil, stain” (Ety/WAƷ) and the other half are in what appears to be a third-person singular present formation, such as Ilk. tolda “he fetches”. It seems likely that Ilkorin had both basic verbs (derived directly from the root) and a-stem or derived verbs (root + suffix) as was the case with other Eldarin languages, but it is hard to tell since all the attested forms end with -a. Similarly, the suffix -a might be a 3rd-sg. suffix, but could also just be an endingless suffix for a-stem verbs. Without further examples, it is hard to determine anything.
|Ilk. taga||“he fixes, constructs, makes”||[← tag-]||✧ Ety/TAK|
|Ilk. toga||“he brings”||[← tog-]||✧ Ety/TUK|
|Ilk. tolda||“he fetches”||[← tolda-]||✧ Ety/TUL|