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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

CLASSIFIED LISTS OF VERBS/ First Conjugation

209.There are about 360 simple verbs of the First Conjugation, most of them formed directly on a noun-or adjective-stem:

armō, arm (arma, arms); caecō, to blind (caecus, blind); exsulō, be an exile (exsul, an exile) (§ 259).

Their conjugation is usually regular, like amō; though of many only a few forms are found in use.

a.The following verbs form their Perfect and Supine stems irregularly. Those marked * have also regular forms.

crepō, crepuī (-crepāvī), -crepit -, resound.plicō, * -plicuī, * -plicit -, fold.
cubō, * cubuī, -cubit -, lie down.pōtō, pōtāvī, * pōt-, drink.
, dăre, dedī, dăt-, give (DA).secō, secuī, sect-, cut.
domō, domuī, domit-, subdue.sonō, sonuī, sonit-,1 sound.
fricō, fricuī, * frict-, rub.stō, stetī, -stat- (-stit-), stand.
iuvō (ad-iuvō), iūvī, iūt-,1 help. tonō, tonuī, * -tonit-, thunder.
micō , micuī , ----, glitter.vetō, vetuī, vetit-, forbid.
necō, * necuī, necāt- (-nect-), kill.2

Note— Compounds of these verbs have the following forms:—

crepō: con-crepuī, dis-crepuī or -crepāvī; in-crepuī or -crepāvī.

: circum-, inter-, pessum, satis, super, vēnum-dō, dedī, dat, of the first conjugation. Other compounds belong to the root DHA, put, and are of the third conjugation: as, condō, condĕre, condidī, conditum.

micō: dī-micāvī, micāt-; ē-micuī, -micāt-.

plicō: re-, sub- (sup-), multi-plicō, -plicāvī, -plicāt-; ex-plicō (unfold), -, -it-; (explain), -āvī, -āt-; im-plicō, -āvī (-), -ātum (-itum).

stō: cōn-stō, -stitī, (-stātūrus); ad-, re-stō, -stitī, ---- ; ante- (anti-), inter-, superstō, -stetī, ----; circum-stō, -stetī (-stiti), ----; prae-stō, -stitī, -stit- (-stāt-); dī-stō, ex-stō, no perfect or supine (future participle ex-stātūrus).

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Notes
1
Future Participle also in -ātūrus (either in the simple verb or in composition).
2
Necō has regularly necāvī , necātum , except in composition.