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Orno, to deck.
Vulgo, to spread abroad
AND COMMON VERBS
Abominor, to abhor. Adulor, to flatter. Arbitror, to think. Bacchor, to revel. Conor, to endeavour. Criminor, to blame. Cunctor, to delay. Dominor, to rule. Epulor, to feast. Frustror, to disappoint. Glorior, to boast. Hortor, to encourage Imitor, to imitate. Luctor, to wrestle. Machinor, to contrive. Minor, to threaten. Opinor, to think. Osculor, to kiss. Precor, to pray. Recordor, to remember. Suspicor, to suspect. Testor, to witness. Veneror, to worship Venor, to hunt.
Censeo, to judge. Misceo, to mix Sorbeo, to sup. Teneo, to hold. Torreo, to roast.
UI and ITUM. Habeo, to have. Adhibeo, to admit. Cohibeo, to restrain. Exhibeo, to exhibit. Perhibeo, to give out. Prohibeo, to hinder. Posthabeo, to value less. Redhibeo, to return a thing. Debeo, to owe. Mereo, to deserve. Moneo, to admonish. Præbeo, to afford. Caleo, to be warm. Careo, to want: Jaceo, to lie. Doleo, to be grieved. Liceo, to be lawful. Noceo, to hurt. Pareo, to appear. Placeo, to please. Taceo, to be silent.
UI, sup. caret. Albeo, to be white. Calleo, to be hard. Caneo, to be hoary. Egeo, to want. Emineo, to be eminent. Floreo, to flourish. Frendeo, to gnash the teeth. Frondeo, to bear leaves. Horreo, to be rough. Humeo, to be wet. Immineo, to hang over. Langueo, to languish. Liqueo, to melt. Maceo, to be lean.
Niteo, to shine.
BEO and CEO.
DEO. Prandeo, to dine. Video, to see. Sedeo, to sit.
Strideo, to make a noise. Mordeo, to bite.
Pendeo, to hang. Spondeo, to promise. Tondeo, to clip. Remordeo, to bite again.
2. Doce, v. docēto, teach thou, 3. Doceto, let him teach;
Docebimus, we shall teach, Docebitis, ye shall teach, Docebunt, they shall teach.
Imperfect, might, could, would, or should teach.
Doceamus, we may teach, Doceatis, we may teach, Doceant, they may teach.
Doceremus, we might teach, Doceretis, ye might teach, Docerent, they might teach. have taught.
Docuerimus, we may have taught, Docueritis, ye may have taught, Docuerint, they may have taught.
Pluperfect, might, would, could, or should have taught.
1. Docuissem, I might have taught, Docuissemus, we might have taught, 2. Docuisses, thou mightest have taught,Docuissetis, ye might have taught, 3. Docuisset, he might have taught; Docuissent, they might have taught. Future, shall have taught. 1. Docuěro, I shall have taught, 2. Docueris, thou shalt have taught, 3. Docuerit, he shall have taught;
Docuerimus, we shall have taught, Docueritis, ye shall have taught, Docuerint, they shall have taught.
Docete, v. docetote, teach ye, Docento, let them teach.
Pres. Docere, to teach. Perf. Docuisse, to have taught. Fut.
Esse docturus, to be about to teach. Fuisse docturus, to have been about to teach.
Pres. Docens, teaching. Fut. Doctūrus, about to teach. GERUNDS.
Docendum-di-do-dum-do, teaching, of teaching, &c.
Former Doctum, to teach. Latter. Doctu, to teach, or to be taught.
Compleo, to fill.
NEO QUEO REO.
Mereor, to deserve.
Ego doceo. Ego doceor. Docti sumus. Doceat ille. Doceremur. Tu doctus es. Illi docebantur. Nos do cuimus. Docenda est. Petrus docebitur. Ille doctus fuerit. Doceamur nos. Ille docebat. Illa docebit. Doc. ti fuerint. Docetor. Docentor. Doctus. Docebaris Tu docebare. Doce. Ege docerer. Vos doceremini Docerere. Tu amas. Tu docendus es. Docebitis Amabitis. Nos amemur Vos docemini. Amator. Docemini. Illa est aman. da. Amer. Ego amabor Tu ameris. Illi amati sint. Docear. Amantor. Nos amabimur.