conscisco

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Etymology[edit]

From con- +‎ scīscō (seek to know; learn; approve).

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

cōnscīscō (present infinitive cōnscīscere, perfect active cōnscīvī or cōnsciī, supine cōnscītum); third conjugation

  1. I approve of, decree, determine, ordain, enact, determine or resolve upon something.
  2. (usually with reflexive) I adjudge or decree for myself, appropriate to myself.
  3. (usually with reflexive) I inflict or bring upon myself.

Inflection[edit]

   Conjugation of conscisco (third conjugation)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present cōnscīscō cōnscīscis cōnscīscit cōnscīscimus cōnscīscitis cōnscīscunt
imperfect cōnscīscēbam cōnscīscēbās cōnscīscēbat cōnscīscēbāmus cōnscīscēbātis cōnscīscēbant
future cōnscīscam cōnscīscēs cōnscīscet cōnscīscēmus cōnscīscētis cōnscīscent
perfect cōnscīvī, cōnsciī cōnscīvistī, cōnsciistī cōnscīvit, cōnsciit cōnscīvimus, cōnsciimus cōnscīvistis, cōnsciistis cōnscīvērunt, cōnscīvēre, cōnsciērunt, cōnsciēre
pluperfect cōnscīveram, cōnscieram cōnscīverās, cōnscierās cōnscīverat, cōnscierat cōnscīverāmus, cōnscierāmus cōnscīverātis, cōnscierātis cōnscīverant, cōnscierant
future perfect cōnscīverō, cōnscierō cōnscīveris, cōnscieris cōnscīverit, cōnscierit cōnscīverimus, cōnscierimus cōnscīveritis, cōnscieritis cōnscīverint, cōnscierint
passive present cōnscīscor cōnscīsceris, cōnscīscere cōnscīscitur cōnscīscimur cōnscīsciminī cōnscīscuntur
imperfect cōnscīscēbar cōnscīscēbāris, cōnscīscēbāre cōnscīscēbātur cōnscīscēbāmur cōnscīscēbāminī cōnscīscēbantur
future cōnscīscar cōnscīscēris, cōnscīscēre cōnscīscētur cōnscīscēmur cōnscīscēminī cōnscīscentur
perfect cōnscītus + present active indicative of sum
pluperfect cōnscītus + imperfect active indicative of sum
future perfect cōnscītus + future active indicative of sum
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present cōnscīscam cōnscīscās cōnscīscat cōnscīscāmus cōnscīscātis cōnscīscant
imperfect cōnscīscerem cōnscīscerēs cōnscīsceret cōnscīscerēmus cōnscīscerētis cōnscīscerent
perfect cōnscīverim, cōnscierim cōnscīverīs, cōnscierīs cōnscīverit, cōnscierit cōnscīverīmus, cōnscierīmus cōnscīverītis, cōnscierītis cōnscīverint, cōnscierint
pluperfect cōnscīvissem, cōnsciissem cōnscīvissēs, cōnsciissēs cōnscīvisset, cōnsciisset cōnscīvissēmus, cōnsciissēmus cōnscīvissētis, cōnsciissētis cōnscīvissent, cōnsciissent
passive present cōnscīscar cōnscīscāris, cōnscīscāre cōnscīscātur cōnscīscāmur cōnscīscāminī cōnscīscantur
imperfect cōnscīscerer cōnscīscerēris, cōnscīscerēre cōnscīscerētur cōnscīscerēmur cōnscīscerēminī cōnscīscerentur
perfect cōnscītus + present active subjunctive of sum
pluperfect cōnscītus + imperfect active subjunctive of sum
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present cōnscīsce cōnscīscite
future cōnscīscitō cōnscīscitō cōnscīscitōte cōnscīscuntō
passive present cōnscīscere cōnscīsciminī
future cōnscīscitor cōnscīscitor cōnscīscuntor
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives cōnscīscere cōnscīvisse, cōnsciisse cōnscītūrus esse cōnscīscī cōnscītus esse cōnscītum īrī
participles cōnscīscēns cōnscītūrus cōnscītus cōnscīscendus
verbal nouns gerund supine
nominative genitive dative/ablative accusative accusative ablative
cōnscīscere cōnscīscendī cōnscīscendō cōnscīscendum cōnscītum cōnscītū

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