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affail ; congruo, to agree ; respus, to reject; annuo, to affent; and the other compounds of the obfolete verb nuo ; abnuo, to refuse ; innuo, to nod or beckon with the head; renuo, to deny. Respuo, respui, to reject, to slight.

BO has bi, bitum ; as, Bibo, bibi, bibitum, to drink. So ad-, com-, B-, im-, per-, pre-bibo.

Exc. 1. Scribo, fcripfi, fcriptum, to write. So ad-, circum-, con-, de-, ex-, in-, inter-, per-, post-, præ-, pro-, re-, fub-, fuper-, fupra-, trans-fcribo.

Nübo, nupsi, nuptum, to veil, to be married. So de-, En, in-, ob-nubo. Instead of nups, we often find nupta fum.

Exc. 2. The compounds of cubo in this conjugation infert an in before the last fyllable; as, accumbo, accèbui, accăbitum, to fit down at table. So con-, de-, dif-, in-, oc-,

pro-, re-, fuc-, fuperin-cumbo. These two verbs want the supine; scābo, scābi, to scratch; lambo, lambi, to lick. So ad-, circum-, de-, præ-lambo.

Glubo and deglubo, to strip, to flay, want both preter+ ite and supine.

CO. 1. Dico, dixi, dictum, to say. So ab-, ad-, con-, CÓZD tra-, en, in-, inter-, præ-, pro-dico.

Duco, duxi, ductum, to lead. So ab-, ad-, circum-, con-, de-, di-, l-, in., intro-, ob-, per-, pre-, pro-, re-, -, fub-, tra-, or trans-dūco.

2. Vinco, vici, victum, to overcome. So con-, de, Ros

per-, re-vinco.

Parco, peperci, parfum, feldom parsi, parsitum, to spares So com-parco, or com-perco, which is feldom used. Ico, ici, ictum, to strike.

SCO has vi, tum ; as, Nofco, novi, notum, to know; fut. part. nosciturus. So Dignosco, to distinguise; ignofco, Cresco, to grow : Con-, de-, ex., reo, to pardon; also inter-, pero, præ

and without the supine, ac-, ins nofco.

pero, pro-, frico, super-cresco

Quiesco, to reß; ac-, con., inter-, to vote, to commit ; alfo præ-, re. re-quiesco.

scisco; descisco, to revolt. Scisco, to ordain ; ad-, or afcisco, Suesco, to be accustomed; as-, con., to take to, to associate ; conscisco, de-, in-suesco.

Exc. 1. Agnofco, agnovi, agnitum, to own ; cognofco, cognovi, cognítum, to know. So recognofco, to review.

Pasco, pāvi, pastum, to feed. So com-, de-pasco.
Exc. 2. The following verbs want the supine.

Disco, dĩdịci, to learn. So ado, con-, de-, e-, per-, præ-disco.

Pofco, popofci, to demand. So ap-, de-, ex-, re-pofco.

Compesco, compescui, to stop or restrain. So dispesco, difpefcui, to separate.

Exc. 3. Glisco, to grow ; fatisco, to be weary; and likewise inceptive verbs want both preterite and supine;

aresco, to become dry. But these verbs borrow the preterite and fupine from their primitives ; as, ardesco, to grow hot, arfi, arsum, from ardeo.

DO has di, fum ; as, Scando, Scandi, scarfum, to climb ; ēdo, ēdi, ēfun, to eat. So, Ascendo, to mount. Cüdo, to forge, to famp Mando, to cbew: Præ-, Descendo, to go down : or coin ; Ex, in-, re-mando.

Conc, e., ex-, in., per-, pro-, re-cüdo. Prehendo, to take bold

tran-scendo. Defendo, to defend, of : Ap-, com-, deAccendo, to kindle : Offendo, to Arike ao prehendo. In-, fuc-cendo.

gains, to offend. Exc. 1. divido, divīsi, divīsum, to divide.

Rādo, rāfi, rāfum, to shave. So ab-, circum , cor-, de-, -, inter-, pre-, fub-rādo.

Claudo, clauf, claufum, to close. So circum-, con-, dis-, Cx-, in-, inter-, Oce, pre-, reo, fe-clado.

Plaudo, plauf, plaufum, to clap hands for joy. So ap, circum-plaudo : allo com-, dis-, ex-, fup-plodo.

Lūdo, lūh, lūfum, to play. So ab., al., col., de-, C-, ils, inter., ob-, pre-, pro-, re-lūdo.

Trūdo, trūk, trüsum, to thruft. So abs-, con., de-, exo, in-, ob-, pro-, re-trūdo.

Ledo, lafi

, lafum, to hurt. So al., col-, C-, il-lido. Rõdo, , rõfum, to gnaw. So ab., ar-, circum-, cor-, de-, e, ob-, per, pre-rõdo.

Vādo, to go, wants both preterite and supine : but its compounds have fi, Jum; as, invādo, invās, invāfum, to invade, or fall upon. So circum-, e-, super-vādo.

Cēdo, cesi, cesjum, to yield. So abf-, aco, ante, cono, de-, dif-, exo, in., inter., pre, pro-, re-, retro-, fe-, fuc-cēdo.

Exc. 2. Pando, pandi, paffum, and sometimes panfum, to open, to spread

So dis-, ex-, op-, pre-, re-pando. Comědo, comēdi, comēsum, or comeftum, to eat.

But ēdo itself and the rest of its compounds have always ējum ; as, ad., amb-, ex-, per-, sub-, super-ědo.

Fundo, füdi, füsum, to pour fourth. So af-, circum-, con-, de-, dif-, ef-, in., inter-, of , pero, pro-, reo, suf-, super., superin-, trans-fundo.

Scindo, fcidi, Scifum, to cut. So af, circum-, con-, ex., inter-, per-, pre-, pro-, re-, tran-fcindo.

Findo, fidi, filjum, to cleave. So con-, dif-, in-findo.

Exc. 3. Tundo, tūtūdi, tunsum, and sometimes tūsum, to beat. The compounds have tūdi, tūsum; as, contundo, contudi, contūsum, to bruise. So ex., ob-, per-, re-tunda.

Cădo, cěcidi, cāfum, to fall. The compounds want the supine ; as, aco, con-, de-, exo, inter-, pro-, suc-cido : except incădo, incidi, incāsum, to fall in ; recido, recidi, recājum, to fall back; and occīdo, occidi, occāfum, to fall down.

Cado, ccidi, cafum, to cut, to kill, The compounds change & into i long; as, accido, accīdi, accisum, to cut about. So abs-, con-, circum-, de-, exo, in-, inter-, oco, pero, pra., re-, succīdo.

Tendo, tětendi, tenfum, or tentum, to stretch out. con-, de-, dis-, ex-, ob-, pre-, pro-tendo. But the compounds have rather tentum, except oftendo, which has commonly oftenfum.

Pēdo, pěpēdi, peditum, to break wind backwards. So op-pēdo.

Pendo, pěpendi, pensum, to weigh. So, apo, de-, dis-, exo, in-, per-, re-, fuf-pendo.

So at-,

Exc. 4. The compounds of do have didi, and ditum ; as, abdo, abdidi, abditum, to hide. So ad-, con-, de-, di-, e, ob-, per-, pro-, red., sub-, trādo : also decon, recond) : and coad., superad do: and deper., difper do. To these add crēdo, credidi, crèditum, to believe ; vendo, vendidi, venditum, to sell. Abfcondo, to hide, has abfcondi, abfconditum, rarely abfcondidi.

Exc. 5. These three want the supine ; Arido, Aridi, to creak; rúdo, rūdi, to bray like an ass; and sido, sidi, to fink down. The compounds of sido borrow the preter. ite and supine from sēdeo; as, consido, consēdi, confeffum, to fit down. So af, circum-, de-, in-, ub-, per-, re-, subsido.

Note. Several compounds of verbs in do and deo, in some respects resemble one another, and therefore should be carefully distinguished ; as, concido, concèdo, concido; consido and consideo ; confcindo, confcendo, &c.

GO, GUO has xi, Sum; as,

Rěgo, rexi, re&um, to rule, to govern; dirigo, -exi, -edum, to direct, arrigo, & erigo, -exi, edlum, to raise up; corrigo, to correct ; porrīgo, to stretch out; subrigo, to raise up: So Cingo, cinxi, cinctum, to gird, to emungo, to wipe, to cbeat.

surround: Aco, dif-, circum-, in., Plango, to beat, to lament. præ-, re-, suc.cingo.

Stingo, or Stinguo, to das out, to Fligo, to dajo or beat upon : Af., extinguifo : Di-, ex., in-, inter-,

con-, in-, fligo: also profligo, wpræ-, re-stinguo. to rout, of the first conj.

Těgo, to cover : Circum-, con-, demo Jungo, to join ; abjungo, to sepa in-, ob-, pero, præ-, pro-, rem,

rate : Ad-, con-, de-, dif-, in-, sub-, super-těgo.

inter-, se-, fub-jungo. Tingo, or Tinguo, to dip or dye : Lingo, to lick : de, e-lingo ; and Con-, in-tingo.

pollingo, to anoint a dead body. Ungo, or unguo, to anoint : ex., in-, Mungo, to wipe or clean the nose : pero, super-ungo.

Exc. 1, Surgo, to rise, has furrexi, furre&um. So as-, circum-, con-, de-, ex-, in-, re-furgo.

Pergo, perrexi, perre&luni, to go forward.

Stringo, Arinxi, ftri&um, to bind, to strain, to lop. So ad-, con , de-, dis-, ob-, pero, pre-, re-, sub-stringo.

Fingo, finxi, fiflum, to feign. So af-, con, efo, re.fingą. Pingo, pinxi, pi&um, to paint. So ap, de-pingo...

Exc. 2. Frango, fregi, fractum, to break. So con-, de,, dif., ef., in-, per-, præ-, re-, suf-fringo.

Ago, ēgi, actum, to do, to drive. So ab., ad-, ex., red., fub-, trans, transad ígo: and circum-, per-ăgo ; cögo, for cuăgo.

These three compounds of ăgo want the supine : fatăgo, fa. tegi, to be busy about a thing; prodigo, prodēgi, to lavisk, or Spend riotously; dēgo for deăgo ; dēgi, to live or dwell. Ambigo, to doubt, also wants the preterite.

Lego, lēgi, lectum, to gather, io read. So al., per-, præ-, re-, sub-lěgo : also col-, de-, e-, recol-, fe-ligo, which change e into i.

Diligo, to love, bas dilexi, dilectum. So negligo, to neglea ; and intelligo, to understand; but negligo bas sometimes neglēgi, Sall. Jug 40.

Exc. 2. Tango, tětigi, tactum, to touch. So at., con, ob-, per-tingo.

Pungo, púpúgi, punctum, to frick. The compounds have punai; as, compungo, compunxi, compunctum. So dis-, exe, inter-pungo : but repungo has repunxi or repúpúgi.

Pango, panxi, pactum, to fx, to drive it, to compose : of pěpigi, which comes from the abfolete verb păgo, to bargain, for which we uje pacifcor. The compounds of pango, have pēgi; as compingo, compēgi, compactum, to put together. So im-, op., fup-pingo.

Exc. 4 Spargo, sparsi, sparsum, to spread. circum-, con-, di , in-, inter., per-, pro-, re-fpergo.

Mergo, merfi, mersum, to dip, or plunge. So de-, E-, im., sub-mergo.

Tergo, tersi, tersum, to wipe or clean. So abf-, de-, exos per-tergo.

Figo, fixi, fixum, to fix or fasten. So af-, con-, de-, in, of-, per., præ, re-, suf-, tranf-figo.

Frīgo, frixi, frixum, or frietum, to fry.

Exc. 5. These three want the lupine ; clango, clanxi, to found a trumpet ; ningo or ninguo, ninxi, to snow ; ango, anxi, to vex. Vergo, to incline or lie towards, wants both preterite and supine. So e., de-, in-vergo..

HO, 70. 1. Trăho, traxi, tractum, to draw. So abf., at-, circum-, con., de-, dis-, ex-, per-, pro-, re-, sub-trăho.

So ad-,

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