1. Active Voice

The characteristic Primary endings are -mi, -si, -ti, -(e/o)nti, while the secondary don't have the final -i.

NOTE. The innovation of the primary forms is a deictic -i, which probably indicated originally here and now.

These Desinences are used for every verb, wether athematic or thematic, as in ei or es. Where there are usually differences is in the first person singular, which has usually -o in thematics.

NOTE. These are probably remains of an older situation, in which an ending was (probably) not necessary to mark the first person singular (that of the speaker) and therefore - even though a desinence in -m became general - some irregular, older cases prevailed, in our system for the thematics only.

 

 

ACTIVE

 

 

Primary

Secondary

SING.

1.

-mi

-m

 

2.

-si

-s

 

3.

-ti

-t

PLUR.

1.

-mes/os

-me/o

 

2.

-the

-te

 

3.

-(e/o)nti

-(e/o)nt

NOTE. The forms of the first person plural are not easily reconstructed (as every Europaio-derived dialect has developed its own endings) but they are all formed with -me-/-mo- + /Consonant (-s, -n or -r), and almost all forms are systematized in modern Europaio, assigning a function to each form.

This table can be further subdivided in the thematic and athematic paradigms:

 

 

Athematic

Thematic

 

 

Primary

Secondary

Primary

Secondary

SING.

1.

-mi

-m

-o, -omi

-om

 

2.

-si

-s

-esi

-es

 

3.

-ti

-t

-eti

-et

PLUR.

1.

-mes

-me

-omos

-omo

 

2.

-the

-te

-ethe

-ete

 

3.

-(e)nti

-(e)nt

-onti

-ont