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OU Wheelock 31-33 Verbs

adfero adferre attuli allatum to bring to
confero conferre contuli collatum to bring together, compare, confer
offero offerre obtuli oblatum to offer
refero referre rettuli relatum to carry back, bring back
invideo invidere invidi invisum to be envious, to be jealous of
occido occidere occidi occasum to fall down, die, set
malo malle malui xxx to want more, prefer
nolo nolle nolui xxx to not...wish, be unwilling
pateo patere patui xxx to be open, lie open, be accessible
praebeo praebere praebui praebitum to offer, provide
promitto promittere promisi promissum to send forth, promise
volo velle volui xxx to wish, want, be willing
recuso recusare recusavi recusatum to refuse
trado tradere tradidi traditum to give over, surrender, hand down, teach
doleo dolere dolui doliturum to grieve, suffer, hurt
dormio dormire dormivi dormitum to sleep
fero ferre tuli latum to bear, carry, bring, endure, report
Created by: darindavis