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Etymology 1[edit]

From decuria +‎ .


decuriō (present infinitive decuriāre, perfect active decuriāvī, supine decuriātum); first conjugation

  1. I divide into decuriae
   Conjugation of decurio (first conjugation)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present decuriō decuriās decuriat decuriāmus decuriātis decuriant
imperfect decuriābam decuriābās decuriābat decuriābāmus decuriābātis decuriābant
future decuriābō decuriābis decuriābit decuriābimus decuriābitis decuriābunt
perfect decuriāvī decuriāvistī, decuriāsti1 decuriāvit decuriāvimus decuriāvistis, decuriāstis1 decuriāvērunt, decuriāvēre
pluperfect decuriāveram decuriāverās decuriāverat decuriāverāmus decuriāverātis decuriāverant
future perfect decuriāverō decuriāveris decuriāverit decuriāverimus decuriāveritis decuriāverint
passive present decurior decuriāris, decuriāre decuriātur decuriāmur decuriāminī decuriantur
imperfect decuriābar decuriābāris, decuriābāre decuriābātur decuriābāmur decuriābāminī decuriābantur
future decuriābor decuriāberis, decuriābere decuriābitur decuriābimur decuriābiminī decuriābuntur
perfect decuriātus + present active indicative of sum
pluperfect decuriātus + imperfect active indicative of sum
future perfect decuriātus + future active indicative of sum
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present decuriem decuriēs decuriet decuriēmus decuriētis decurient
imperfect decuriārem decuriārēs decuriāret decuriārēmus decuriārētis decuriārent
perfect decuriāverim decuriāverīs decuriāverit decuriāverimus decuriāveritis decuriāverint
pluperfect decuriāvissem, decuriāssem1 decuriāvissēs, decuriāsses1 decuriāvisset, decuriāsset1 decuriāvissēmus, decuriāssemus1 decuriāvissētis, decuriāssetis1 decuriāvissent, decuriāssent1
passive present decurier decuriēris, decuriēre decuriētur decuriēmur decuriēminī decurientur
imperfect decuriārer decuriārēris, decuriārēre decuriārētur decuriārēmur decuriārēminī decuriārentur
perfect decuriātus + present active subjunctive of sum
pluperfect decuriātus + imperfect active subjunctive of sum
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present decuriā decuriāte
future decuriātō decuriātō decuriātōte decuriantō
passive present decuriāre decuriāminī
future decuriātor decuriātor decuriantor
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives decuriāre decuriāvisse, decuriāsse1 decuriātūrus esse decuriārī decuriātus esse decuriātum īrī
participles decuriāns decuriātūrus decuriātus decuriandus
verbal nouns gerund supine
nominative genitive dative/ablative accusative accusative ablative
decuriāre decuriandī decuriandō decuriandum decuriātum decuriātū

1At least one rare poetic syncopated perfect form is attested.

Etymology 2[edit]

From decuriō +‎ .


decuriō m (genitive decuriōnis); third declension

  1. decurion
  2. foreman

Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
Nominative decuriō decuriōnēs
Genitive decuriōnis decuriōnum
Dative decuriōnī decuriōnibus
Accusative decuriōnem decuriōnēs
Ablative decuriōne decuriōnibus
Vocative decuriō decuriōnēs