Category:Old English verbs
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Old English terms that indicate actions, occurrences or states.
For more information, see Appendix:Old English verbs.
- Category:Old English verb forms: Old English verbs that are conjugated to display grammatical relations other than the main form.
- Category:Old English auxiliary verbs: Old English verbs that provide additional conjugations for other verbs.
- Category:Old English defective verbs: Old English verbs that lack one or more forms in their conjugations.
- Category:Old English ergative verbs: Old English intransitive verbs that become causatives when used transitively.
- Category:Old English impersonal verbs: Old English verbs that do not indicate actions, occurrences or states of any specific grammatical subject.
- Category:Old English verbs by inflection type: Old English verbs organized by the type of inflection they follow.
- Category:Old English intransitive verbs: Old English verbs that don't require any grammatical objects.
- Category:Old English reconstructed verbs: Old English verbs that have been linguistically reconstructed.
- Category:Old English transitive verbs: Old English verbs that indicate actions, occurrences or states directed to one or more grammatical objects.
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This category has the following 10 subcategories, out of 10 total.
- ► Old English verb forms (2 c, 194 e)
- ► Old English auxiliary verbs (0 c, 3 e)
- ► Old English defective verbs (1 c, 0 e)
- ► Old English ergative verbs (0 c, 1 e)
- ► Old English verbs with multiple conjugations (0 c, 3 e)
- ► Old English reconstructed verbs (0 c, 5 e)
- ► Old English transitive verbs (1 c, 39 e)
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