This question follows on from these others:
- What are the principles behind turning foreign language words into verbs?
- Why are there very few non-する gairaigo verbs in Japanese?
- Are there words which consist of katakana and hiragana letters together?
- Are there nouns that can function as another part of speech?
I am trying to catalog the specific verb type
loan word root + る in terms of meaning, inflection patterns, pitch-accent characteristics, etc. Hopefully this will identify any clear patterns and/or irregularities. So far, I have come up with the following list (see below).
Please point out any any errors you see - I will amend and update the list accordingly.
Also, feel free to add any more that you know.