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Verbal nouns in Manx

Does anybody happen to know the rule for forming verbal nouns in Manx? In that language, several verb tenses are formed by preposing an auxiliary verb to verbal noun, but I've had no luck looking for rules on how to form it. For example, the noun form of the verb ee "to eat" is gee, while the verb tilgey "to throw" apparently doesn't undergo any transformation and remains tilgey. I'm completely stumped here and need help.

Thanks in advance!
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