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Southmoore-Wheelock 1-5 Verbs

amo amare amavi amatus to love
cogito cogitare cogitavi cogitatus to think
debeo debere debui debitus to owe, ought
do dare dedi datus to give
erro errare erravi erratus to stray
laudo laudare laudavi laudatus to praise
moneo monere monui monitus to warn, advise
salveo salvere x x to be well
servo servare servavi servatus to guard, protect
conservo conservare conservavi conservatus to preserve, conserve
terreo terreo terrui territus to be afraid
voco vocare vocavi vocatus to call
culpo culpare culpavi culpatus to blame
remaneo remanere remansi to remain
supero superare superavi superatus to overcome
iuvo iuvare iuvi iutum to help, aid
sum esse fui futurus to be
ceno cenare cenavi cenatus to dine
habeo habere habui habitus to have
satio satiare satiavi satiatus to satisfy
valeo valere valui valiturus to be strong, be well
video videre vidi visus to see
Created by: southmoore