la-verb (present infinitive); ? declension
This template uses Module:la-headword as a backend.
The unnamed parameters for this template are: present active, infinitive, perfect active, supine. A deponent verb will have only three unnamed parameters, no supine.
The named parameters for this template are:
|conj= conjugation type, and
There are many patterns available, so please refer to the list below. If you encounter a verb with a pattern that is not listed, please consult User:kc_kennylau.
If a verb has no supine form, but does have a future participle, use the optional parameter 44= as in the example below.
sum (present infinitive esse, perfect active fuī, future participle futūrus); irregular conjugation
If a verb has a secondary/alternative infinitive form, use the optional parameters inf2= as in the example below.
edō (present infinitive ēdere or ēsse, perfect active ēdī, supine ēsum); irregular conjugation
|pattern=impers-nopassimpersonal verbs without passive forms
|pattern=impers-deponimpersonal verbs with passive forms acting as active forms
|pattern=deponverbs with passive forms acting as active forms (This pattern is the only pattern that can be omitted.)
|pattern=semi-deponverbs with some passive forms acting as active forms
|pattern=depon-noperfverbs with passive forms acting as active forms, and without perfect forms
|pattern=noperfverbs without perfect forms
|pattern=no-actv-perfverbs without perfect active forms
|pattern=no-pasv-perfverbs without perfect passive forms
|pattern=nopass-noperfverbs without passive forms and without perfect forms
|pattern=nopassverbs without passive forms
|pattern=pass-3onlyverbs whose passive forms are only conjugated in the third-person
|pattern=3only-nopassverbs with forms only in the third-person and no passive
|pattern=pass-impersverbs which are impersonal in the passive
|pattern=perf-as-presverbs with perfect forms acting as present forms
|pattern=short-impverbs with short imperative forms
|pattern=irregverbs with some irregularities but still can be classified into the conjugation classes
|pattern=facioreserved for verbs ending in faciō which have irregular passive forms (including faciō itself)
|pattern=noimpverbs without imperative forms