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Classified Lists of Verbs: 4th conjugation

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212. There are about 60 verbs of this conjugation—besides a few deponents and some regular derivatives in -ŭriō, as, ēsuriō be hungry (cf. § 263.4). A large proportion of these are descriptive verbs.

crōciō   croak
mūgiō bellow
tinniō  tinkle

a. Most verbs of the 4th Conjugation are conjugated regularly, like audiō, though a number lack the supine.

b. The following verbs show special peculiarities.

amiciō, amixī, (-cuī), amict-  clothesaepiō, saepsī, saept-  hedge in
aperiō, aperuī, apert-  opensaliō (-siliō), saluī (saliī),
[salt- (-sult-)]  leap
comperiō, -perī, compert-  findsanciō [SAC], sānxī, sānct-  sanction
farciō, farsī, fartum  stuffsarciō, sarsī, sart-  patch
feriō—  strikesentiō, sēnsī, sēns-  feel
fulciō, fulsī, fult-  propsepeliō, sepelīvī, sepult-  bury
hauriō, hausī, haust- (hausūrus)  drainveniō, vēnī, vent-  come
operiō, operuī, opert-  covervinciō, vīnxī, vīnct-  bind
reperiō, repperī, repert-  find

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Meagan Ayer, Allen and Greenough’s New Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges. Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Dickinson College Commentaries, 2014. ISBN: 978-1-947822-04-7. http://dcc.dickinson.edu/grammar/latin/classified-lists-verbs-4th-conjugation