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Latine I[+/-]

Notatio[+/-]

← Protindeuropaee *lig-, a radice *leig- “ligare.”

Verbum transitivum[+/-]

lĭg|ō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum

  1. Copulam ad res applicare.

Coniugatio[+/-]

Radix praesens lĭg-
Praesens indicativum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. lĭgō lĭgāmus I. lĭgor lĭgāmur
II. lĭgās lĭgātis II. lĭgāris lĭgāminī
III. lĭgat lĭgant III. lĭgātur lĭgantur
Imperativus
act. lĭgā lĭgāte pass. lĭgāre lĭgāminī
Imperativus futurus
II. lĭgātō lĭgātōte II. lĭgātor
III. lĭgātō lĭgantō III. lĭgātor lĭgantor
Praesens subiunctivum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. lĭgem lĭgēmus I. lĭger lĭgēmur
II. lĭgēs lĭgētis II. lĭgēris lĭgēminī
III. lĭget lĭgent III. lĭgētur lĭgentur
Imperfectum indicativum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. lĭgābam lĭgābāmus I. lĭgābar lĭgābāmur
II. lĭgābās lĭgābātis II. lĭgābāris lĭgābāminī
III. lĭgābat lĭgābant III. lĭgābātur lĭgābantur
Imperfectum subiunctivum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. lĭgārem lĭgārēmus I. lĭgārer lĭgārēmur
II. lĭgārēs lĭgārētis II. lĭgārēris lĭgārēminī
III. lĭgāret lĭgārent III. lĭgārētur lĭgārentur
Futurum indicativum
act. sing. plur. pass. sing. plur.
I. lĭgābō lĭgābimus I. lĭgābor lĭgābimur
II. lĭgābis lĭgābitis II. lĭgāberis lĭgābiminī
III. lĭgābit lĭgābunt III. lĭgābitur lĭgābuntur
Radix perfecta lĭgāv-
Perfectum indicativum
act. sing. plur.
I. lĭgāvī lĭgāvimus
II. lĭgāvistī lĭgāvistis
III. lĭgāvit lĭgāvērunt
Perfectum subiunctivum
act. sing. plur.
I. lĭgāverim lĭgāverīmus
II. lĭgāverīs lĭgāverītis
III. lĭgāverit lĭgāverint
Plusquam perfectum indicativum
act. sing. plur.
I. lĭgāveram lĭgāverāmus
II. lĭgāverās lĭgāverātis
III. lĭgāverat lĭgāverant
Plusquam perfectum subiunctivum
act. sing. plur.
I. lĭgāvissem lĭgāvissēmus
II. lĭgāvissēs lĭgāvissētis
III. lĭgāvisset lĭgāvissent
Futurum perfectum
act. sing. plur.
I. lĭgāverō lĭgāverimus
II. lĭgāveris lĭgāveritis
III. lĭgāverit lĭgāverint
Infinitivi
act. pass.
praes. lĭgāre lĭgārī
perf. lĭgāvisse
Participia
praes. lĭgāns, -antis
perf. lĭgātus, -a, -um
fut. lĭgātūrus, -a, -um
Gerundia et supina
subst. lĭgandum, -ī
adiect. lĭgandus, -a, -um
supina lĭgātum, lĭgātū

Dictiones derivatae[+/-]

Translationes[+/-]

Anglice

tie en: manus post tergum ligataehands tied behind (one’s) back

Graeca Antiqua

συνδέω (syndeō)

Hispanice

atar es

Latine II[+/-]

Nomen substantivum[+/-]

lĭg|ō, -ōnis m

  1. Instrumentum rusticum, qui in terram subigitando et sarriendo adhibetur; species asciae aut unius dentis aut bidens.

Declinatio[+/-]

sing. plur.
nom. lĭgō lĭgōnēs I
gen. lĭgōnis lĭgōnum II
dat. lĭgōnī lĭgōnibus III
acc. lĭgōnem lĭgōnēs IV
abl. lĭgōne lĭgōnibus VI
voc. lĭgō lĭgōnēs V

Translationes[+/-]

Anglice

mattock en, hoe en

Graeca Antiqua

σκαπάνη (scapanē, f.), μάκελλα (macella, f.)

Hispanice

azada f es, azadón m es

Vide etiam[+/-]

  • Ligo — Lexicon Universale
  • Ligo 2 — Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities (Anglice)