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Third Conjugation Reduplicated with Suffix -ī Posted by on Sep 16, 2009 in Latin Language

A verb like caedere (to kill, to slay) is a Latin verb that is reduplicated with suffix -ī in the perfect tense.

This is what it looks like in the present active form:

caedō

caedis

caedit

caedimus

caeditis

caedunt

In the present passive:

caedor

caederis

caeditur

caedimur

caediminī

caeduntur

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