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This verb conjugates as a first-group verb ending in -er. It has two stems, a unstressed one in -men- that appears in most forms and a stressed one in -mein- (also -main-) that appears in parts of the present indicative, subjunctive and imperative. Old French conjugation varies significantly by date and by region. The following conjugation should be treated as a guide.


This template is designed to add fully formatted conjugation tables to Old French verbs ending -mener. The reason for this template is that there are two stems in the forms, an unstressed ("weak") stem in -men- and a stressed ("strong") one in -mein- (also -main-). See below for other related templates. It must be used under the level 4 header1 conjugation. It accepts two arguments:

  • 1: the stem of the verb minus -men or -mein. The whole verb minus -mener at the end.
  • 2: the auxiliary verb, either avoir or estre. The default is avoir.

1 conjugation header is level 5 when there are multiple etymologies for a single word


For amener


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