All the verbal forms are derived from the present, the perfect and the participial stems, that can be easily retrieved from the forms for:
amo, amavi, amatus,
moneo, monui, monitus, 2
lego, legi, lectus, 3
audio, audivi, auditus, 4.
The verbs of the I and the II conjugations, that follow the pattern of amare and audire, are usually listed simply as:
All the other verbs are presented with their forms for the Perfect Indicative and Perfect Participle also:
vetitus, 1 to forbid
moneo, monui, monitus, 2 to remind
deleo, delevi, deletus, 2 to destroy
lego, legi, lectus, 3 to read
scribo, scripsi, scriptus, 3 to write
sentio, sensi, sensus, 4 to feel.
The intransitive verbs have not Perfect Participle and are listed with their forms for Supine or the Future Participle, cf.:
cessum 3 to withdraw
venio, veni, ventum, 4 to come
doleo, dolui, doliturus, 2 to feel pain
vivo, vixi, victurus, 3 to live.
Few verbs of II and III conjugations lack some of the stems and the dictionary reflects the fact by using dashes on the places of the corresponding forms, cf.:
-- , 2 to busy oneself with (the verb lacks
furo, -- , -- , 3 to be wild (the verb lacks perfect and participial stems).
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