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Conjugation

Consonant Conjugation (3)

This is a deponent verb. It gave up ("deponere") its active forms (even though they still exist). Such verbs occur in passive voice but are translated in active voice.

For example: "loquor" (Form analysis: 1. Person Sg. Present Passive, "to say") translates to: "I say", NOT "I am said" because it is a deponent verb.

Tenses

Singular Plural
1.
2.
3.

Infinitives

Active Passive
Simult. (Present) circumloquerecircumloqui
Anter. (Perfect) -circumlocutum esse
Post. (Future) circumlocuturum essecircumlocutum iri

Participles

Sg. Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nom.
Gen.
Dat.
Acc.
Voc.
Abl.
Pl. Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nom.
Gen.
Dat.
Acc.
Voc.
Abl.

Gerund

Gerund forms only exist in singular.

Sg. Gerund
Nom. circumloquere
Gen. circumloquendi
Dat. circumloquendo
Acc. circumloquendum
Voc. circumloquere
Abl. circumloquendo

Gerundive

Masculine Feminine Neuter
Nom.
Gen.
Dat.
Acc.
Voc.
Abl.

Imperatives & Supina

Singular Plural
Imperative circumloque!circumloquite!
Supinum
Type I circumlocutum
Type II circumlocutū
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