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Latin Verb Conjugations
conjugate Latin verbs
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This page provides you with the conjugation forms for verbs of:

  • 'Model I (are)', e.g. amare
  • 'Model II (ere)', e.g. merere
  • 'Model III (consonant. conj.)', e.g. deserere
  • 'Model III-io (short-vocal conj.)', e.g. cupere
  • 'Model IV (ire)', e.g. audire

Furthermore, deponent verbs ending on 'ari', 'eri', or 'iri', semi-deponent verbs (e.g. audere), as well as special verbs, e.g. esse, ferre, nolle, odisse, posse, or velle. Different building rules for male / female forms do only apply for Passive voice and the Participle Perfect Passive.
For more details, see the Latin Verb Table.

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Supine

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Gerund

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