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Věho, vexi, vectum, to carry. So a., ad-, circum-, con-, de., e-, in-, per-, præ-, præter., pro-, re-, sub., super., tranf-věho.

2. Mejo, or mingo, minxi, micum, to make water. So immejo.

LO. 1. Colo, colui, cultum, to adorn, to inhabit, to honour, to till. So ac-, circum-, ex., in-, per, præ-, re-colo : and likewife occŭlo, occului, occultum, to hide.

Consŭlo, consului, consultum, to advise, to consult.
Alo, alui, alitum, or contracted altum, to nourish.
Mólo, molui, molitum, to grind. So com., e-, per-molo.

The compounds of cello, which itself is not in use, want the fupine ; as, ante., ex., præ-cello, .cellui, to excel. Percello, to aslonih, bas percůli, perculfum.

Pello, pěpůli, pulfum, to thrust. So ap-, as., com-, de, dif-, ex., im-, per-, pro-, re-pello ; appèli, &c.

Fallo, fěfelli, fallum, to deceive. But refello, refelli, to confute, wants the supine.

3. Vello, velli, or vulsi, vulsum, to pull or pinch. S a., con-, e., inter-, præ, re-vello. But de-, di-, per-vello, have rather velli.

Sallo, falli, falfum, to falt. Pfallo, pfalli, to play on a musical instrument.

Tollo, to lift up, to take away, in a manner peculiar to itfelf, makes sufiúli and fublatum ; Extollo, extòli, elātum ; but attollo, to take up, has neither preterite nor tupine.

MO kas ui, itum ; as, Como, gěmui, gemitum, to groan. So ag-, circum, con-, in-, re-gemo.

Frěmo, fremui, fremitum, to rage or roar. So af, circum-, con., in., per fremo.

Võmo, evomo, ui, -ilum, to vomet or fpew, to cast up.
Exc. 1. Dēmo, dempfi, demptum, to take away.

Promo, prompfi, promptum, to bring out. So de-, ex. promo.

Sūmo, fumpfi, fumptum, to take. So ab., al-, con., de. -, præ-, re-, tran-sumo. Como, compfi, comptım, to deck or dress.

These verbs are also used without the p; as, demfi, dem. tum ; fumfi, fumtum, &c.

in-,

Exc. 2. Emo, ēmi, emptum, to buy. So ad-, dir., ex inter-, per-, red-imo and co-ěmo.

Prěmo, prefli, preslum, to press. So ap-, com-, de-, ex-, im-, op-, per-, re-, sup-primo.

Tremo, trěmui, to tremble, wants the fupine. So at-, circum-, con-, in-tıěmo.

NO. 1. Pono, posui, positum, to put or place. So ap-, ante, circum-, com-, de, dis-, exo, im-, inter-, op-, post-, præe, pro-, re-, se-, sup-, super., superim-, trans-pono.

Gigno, gěnui, gěnitum, to beget. So con-, e., in-, per-, pro-, re-gigno.

Căno, cecini, cantum, to fing. But the compounds have cinui and centum ; as, accino, accinui, accentum, to fing in concert. So con-, in., præ-, suc.cino ; oc-cino and oc, căno ; re-cino and re-căno.

Temno, templi, temptum, to despise. So contemno: But the preterite and supine of the fimple verb are scarcely used.

2. Sperno, sprēvi, sprētum, to disdain or sight. So desper no.

Sterno, strāvi, strātum, to lay flat, to grow. So ad-, con., in-, præ-, pro-, sub-fterno.

Sino, sivi, or fii, situm, to permit. So desino, desivi, oftener defii, desitum, to leave off.

Lino, līvi, or lēvi, litum, to anoint or daub. So al., circum-, col., de., il., inter-, ob-, per., præ-, re-, sub-, subter-, fuper-, superil-lino.

Cerno, crēvi, feldom crētum, to see, to decree, to enter upon an inheritance. So de., dil., ex., in-, se-cerno.

PO, QUO. Verbs in po have phi and plum ; as, Carpo, carph, carpfum, to pluck or pull, to crop, to blame. So con-, de, dif, ex-, pre-cerpo. Clěpo, to steal.

Scalpo, to firatch or Repo, to creep : Ad-, cor., de-, di-, circum-, ex-scalpo.

e-, ir-, intro-, ob., pero, pro-, Sculpo, to grave or carve. sub-rëpo.

in-sculpo.

Serpo, to creep as a serpent. Exc. 1. Strèpo, Arčpui, Arépitum, to make a noise. So ad-, circum-, in-, inter-, ob-, per.flrèpe.

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Exc. 2. Rumpo, rupi, ruptum, to break. So ab-, cor, di-, l-, inter-, intro-, ir-, ob-, per-, præ-, pro-rumpo.

There are only two simple verbs ending in QUO, viz.

Còquo, coxi, coctum, to boil. So cona, de-, dis-, exo, in-, per-, re-cöquo.

Linquo, liqui; – to leave. The compounds have lietum ; as, relinquo, reliqui, relictum, to forsake. So de., and dere-linquo.

RO. 1. Quæro makes quæsīvi, quæsitum, to seek. So ac-, an-, con-, dis-, ex-, in-, per-, re-quiro.

Těro, trivi, trītum, to wear, to bruise. So ato, con-, de-, dif-, ex-, in-, ob-, per-, pro-, fub-těro.

Verro, verri, versum, to sweep, brush, or make clean. So as, con-, de-, e-, præ-, re-verro.

Uro, uli, uftum, to burn. So ad-, amb-, comb-, de-, ex-, in-, pero, sub-ūro.

Gěro, gelli, gestum, to carry. So ago, con-, di-, in-, pro-, re-, fug-gero.

2. Curro, cůcurri, cursum, to run. So ac-, con-, de-, dif-, ex-, in-, oco, per-, pre-, pro-curro, which sometimes double the first syllable, and sometimes not; as, accurri, or accůcurri, &c. Circum-, re-, fuc-, trans-curro, hardly ever redouble the first fyllable. 3. Sěro, sēvi, sătum, to fow.

The compounds which fignify planting or fowing, have sevi, sătum; as, conséro, consevi, consătum, to plant together. So al-, circum-, de-, dis-, in-, inter-, ob-, pro-, 're-, sub-, transero.

Sěro, to knit, had anciently serui, fertum, which its compounds still retain ; as, assěro, asserui, affertum, to claim. So con-, circum-, de, dif-, edif-, ex-, in-, intsrsero.

Fŭro, to be mad, wants both preterite and fu

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SO has sīvi, situm ; as, Arcellos arcessivi, arcessãtum, to call or send for. So rapeso, to take ; faceso, to do, to go away ; lacefo, to provoke.

Exc. 1. Viso, visi, to go to fee, to visit. So in-, re-viso. Inceso, incelli, to attack, to seize.

Exc. 2. Depso, depsui, depftum, to knead. So con-, per-depfo.

Pinfo, pinfui, or pins, pinfum, pisum, or pinsitum, to bake,

TO. Flečto has flexi, flexum, to bow. So circum-, de-, in-, re-, retro-fleito.

Pleeto, plexi, and plexui, plexum, to plait. So implecto.

Necto, nexi, and nexui, nexum, to tie or knit. So an-, con-, circum-, in-, fub-necto.

Pecto, pexi, and pexui, pexum, to dress or comb. So de-, exo, re-pecto.

2. Měto, messui, meffum, to reap, mow, or cut down. So de-, e-, pre-měto.

3. Pěto, pětīvi, pětītum, to seek, to pursue. So ap-, com-, ex-, im-, op-, re-, sup-pěto.

Mitto, misi, missum, to send. So a., ad-, com-, circum-, de-, di-, -, im-, inter-, intro-, C-, per-, pre-, præter-, pro-, re-, sub-, super-, tranf-mitto.

Verto, verti, versum, to turn. So a-, ad-, animad-, ante-, circum-, con-, de-, di-, e-, in-, inter-, ob-, per-, pre-, præter-, re-, sub-, tranf-verto.

Sterto, flertui, to snore.

4. Sisło, an active verb, to stop, has fliti, fătum : but fifto, a neuter verb, to stand still, has fěti, fatum, like fto. The compounds have stíti, and slitum ; as, affisto, aftiti, affitum, to stand by. So ab-, circum-, con-, de-, ex-, in-, inter-, cba, per-, re-, sub-fito. But the compounds are feldom used in the supine,

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There are three verbs in vo, which are thus conjugated :

1. Vivo, vixi, victum, to live. So ad-, con-, per-, pro-, re-, fuper-vivo.

Solvo,folvi, folutum, to loose. So ub-, dif-, ex-, per-, re-folvo.

Volvo, volvi, volutum, to roll. So ad-, circum-, c011-, de-, e-, in-, ob-, per-, prom, re-, sub-volvo.

2. Texo, the only verb of this conjugation ending in xo, 'has texui, textum, to weave. So at-, circum-, con-, de-, in-, inter-, ob-, per-, pre-, pro-, re-, sub-texo.

Fourth Conjugation. Verbs of the fourth conjugation make the preterite, in ivi, and the fupine in itum ; as,

Mūnio, munivi, munitum, to fortify.
Exc. 1. Singultio, fingultīvi, fingultum, to sob.
Sepělio, fepělivi, sepultum, to bury,

Věnio, vēni, ventum, to come. So ad-, ante-, circum-, con-, contra-, de-, e, in-, inter-, intro-, ob-, per-, poft-; præo, re-, sub-, fuper-věnio. Veneo, vēni,

to be sold. Sălio, sălui, and sălii, faltum, to leap. The compounds have commonly silui, sometimes filii or silivi, and fultum ; as, transilio, transilui, transilii, and transălivi, tranfultum, to leap over. So ab-, af-, circum-, con-, de-, dif-, ex-, in-, re-, sub-, super-silio.

Exc. 2. Amilio has amicui, amictum, feldom amixi, to cover or clothe.

Vincio, vinxi, vinctum, to tie. So circum-, de-, e-, revincio.

Sancio, fanxi, sanctum ; and fancīvi, fancitum, to establish or ratify.

Exc. 3. Cambio, camps, campsum, to change money.

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