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CLASSIFIED LISTS OF VERBS/ Fourth Conjugation

212. There are—besides a few deponents and some regular derivatives in -ŭriō , as, ēsuriō , be hungry (cf. § 263 . 4)—about 60 verbs of this conjugation, a large proportion of them being descriptive verbs: like—

crōciō , croak; mūgiō , bellow; tinniō , tinkle.

a. Most verbs of the Fourth Conjugation are conjugated regularly, like audiō , though a number lack the supine.

b. The following verbs show special peculiarities:—

amiciō , amixī ( -cuī ), amict- , clothe.saepiō , saepsī , saept- , hedge in.
aperiō , aperuī , apert- , open.saliō ( -siliō ), saluī ( saliī ), [ salt- ( -sult -)], leap.
comperiō , -perī , compert- , find.
farciō , farsī , fartum , stuff.sanciō [SAC], sānxī , sānct- , sanction.
feriō , ----, ----, strike.sarciō , sarsī , sart- , patch.
fulciō , fulsī , fult- , prop.sentiō , sēnsī , sēns- , feel.
nauriō , hausī , haust- ( hausūrus ), drain.sepeliō , sepelīvī , sepult- , bury.
operiō , operuī , opert- , cover.veniō , vēnī , vent- , come.
reperiō , repperī , repert- , find.vinciō , vīnxī , vīnct- , bind.

For Index of Verbs, see pp. 436 ff.

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