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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

VERBS/ Parallel Forms

189. Many verbs have more than one set of forms, of which only one is generally found in classic use:—

lavō, lavāre or lavĕre, wash (see § 211 . e).

scateō, scatēre or scatĕre, gush forth.

lūdificō, -āre, or lūdificor, -ārī, mock.

fulgō, fulgĕre, or fulgeō, fulgēre, shine.

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