canto

E Victionario
Salire ad: navigationem, quaerere
Canto

Latine I[+/-]

Verbum transitivum[+/-]

cantō, are, avī

  1. sonos bene emittere, carmen proferre

Coniugatio[+/-]

Radix praesens cant-
Praesens indicativum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. cantō cantāmus I. cantor cantāmur
II. cantās cantātis II. cantāris cantāminī
III. cantat cantant III. cantātur cantantur
Imperativus
act. cantā cantāte pass. cantāre cantāminī
Imperativus futurus
II. cantātō cantātōte II. cantātor
III. cantātō cantantō III. cantātor cantantor
Praesens subiunctivum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. cantem cantēmus I. canter cantēmur
II. cantēs cantētis II. cantēris cantēminī
III. cantet cantent III. cantētur cantentur
Imperfectum indicativum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. cantābam cantābāmus I. cantābar cantābāmur
II. cantābās cantābātis II. cantābāris cantābāminī
III. cantābat cantābant III. cantābātur cantābantur
Imperfectum subiunctivum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. cantārem cantārēmus I. cantārer cantārēmur
II. cantārēs cantārētis II. cantārēris cantārēminī
III. cantāret cantārent III. cantārētur cantārentur
Futurum indicativum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. cantābō cantābimus I. cantābor cantābimur
II. cantābis cantābitis II. cantāberis cantābiminī
III. cantābit cantābunt III. cantābitur cantābuntur
Radix perfecta cantāv-
Perfectum indicativum
act. sing. plur.
I. cantāvī cantāvimus
II. cantāvistī cantāvistis
III. cantāvit cantāvērunt
Perfectum subiunctivum
act. sing. plur.
I. cantāverim cantāverīmus
II. cantāverīs cantāverītis
III. cantāverit cantāverint
Plusquam perfectum indicativum
act. sing. plur.
I. cantāveram cantāverāmus
II. cantāverās cantāverātis
III. cantāverat cantāverant
Plusquam perfectum subiunctivum
act. sing. plur.
I. cantāvissem cantāvissēmus
II. cantāvissēs cantāvissētis
III. cantāvisset cantāvissent
Futurum perfectum
act. sing. plur.
I. cantāverō cantāverimus
II. cantāveris cantāveritis
III. cantāverit cantāverint
Infinitivi
act. pass.
praes. cantāre cantārī
perf. cantāvisse
Participia
praes. cantāns, -antis
perf. cantātus, -a, -um
fut. cantātūrus, -a, -um
Gerundia et supina
subst. cantandum, -ī
adiect. cantandus, -a, -um
supina cantātum, cantātū

Dictiones collatae[+/-]

Translationes[+/-]

Anglice

sing en

Francogallice

chanter fr

Germanice

singen de

Hispanice

cantar es

Latine II[+/-]

cant|ō, -ōnis masc.[1][2]

  1. Divisio administrativa exempli gratia Helvetiae, pagus
Vicipaedia
Vicipaedia articulum habet de Cantone.

Declinatio[+/-]

sing. plur.
nom. cantō cantōnēs
voc. cantō cantōnēs
acc. cantōnem cantōnēs
gen. cantōnis cantōnum
dat. cantōnī cantōnibus
abl. cantōne cantōnibus

Loci[+/-]

1712
antiq. class. I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII XIV XV XVI XVII XVIII XIX XX XXI


saec. XVIII.

Translationes[+/-]

Germanice

Kanton m de

Nota[+/-]

  1. Prima Mensis Aprilis Ao Domini 1549 post obitum Reverendissimi Principis Domini Johannis Jacobi (piae memoriae) Abatia 22 diebus Abbate vacante communi sufragio ac nutu Reverendissimi pariter ac Religiosissimi Princips Domini Dni Lucij Episcopi Curiensis Magnificorum prudentumque septem Cantonum Helveciorum ambasiatorum et totius Conventus Fabarini jn Abatem electus est reverendus Dominus Rodolfus Stucki de Glarona, qui antea Decanum agebat homo religione, virtute et ingenio eximius.
  2. 2.0 2.1 The life of John Sharp, D. D. Lord Archbishop of York: to which are added ... Thomas Sharp, Thomas Newcome 1825