Latin 1302  VERB LIST THROUGH CHAPTER 22.

1. First conjugation Verbs

 MODEL: laudô, laudâre, laudâvî, laudâtum "to praise"

 amô  "to love, like"
 appellô "to call, name"
 cênô  "to dine"
 côgitô  "to think, ponder, consider, plan"
 cônservô  "preserve, conserve, maintain"
 creô  "to create"
 culpô  "to blame, censure"
 dêlectô "to delight, charm, please"
 dêmonstrô  "to point out, show, demonstrate"
 dêsîderô "to desire, to long for, to miss"
 *dô, dare, dedî, datum "to give, offer "
 errô  "to wander, erro, go astray, be mistaken"
 expectô "to expect, await"
 *iuvô, iuvâre, iûvî, iûtum "to help, aid, assist, please" also adiuvô
 labôrô  "to labor, be in distress
 lîberô  "to free, liberate"
 mûtô "change, alter, transform; exchange"
 navigô "to sail, navigate"
 necô  "to kill"
 parô "to prepare, provide, get, obtain"
 prônuntiô "to proclaim, announce; declaim; pronounce"
 recitô "to recite, read aloud"
 satiô  "to satisfy, sate"
 servô  "to preserve, save, keep, guard"
 *stô, stâre, stetî, statum "stand, stand still or firm"
 superô  "to surpass, overcome, conquer"
 tolerô  "to bear, endure"
 vîtô "to shun, avoid"
 vocô  "to call, summon"
 
2. Second Conjugation Verbs

 *audeô, audêre, ausus sum  "to dare"
 careô, carêre, caruî, *caritûrus  + ABL.!    "to be without, be deprived of, lack; be free from"
 contineô, continêre, continuî, contentum  "to hold together, contain, keep, enclose, restrain"
 dêbeô, dêbêre, dêbuî, dêbitum  "to owe; ought, must"
 dêleô, dêlêre, dêlêvî, dêlêtum "to destroy, wipe out, erase"
 doceô, docêre, docuî, doctum  "to teach"
 habeô, habêre, habuî, habitum  "to have, hold, possess, consider, regard"
 iubeô, iubêre, iussî, iussum  "to bid, order, command"
 *maneô, manêre, mânsî, mânsum "to remain, stay behind, abide"
 misceô, miscêre, miscuî, mixtum "to mix, mingle"
 moneô, monêre, monuî, monitum  "to warn, advise, remind"
 moveô, movêre, môvî, môtum "to move; arouse, affect"
 prohibeô, prohibêre, prohibuî, prohibitum  "to keep back, prevent, hinder, restrain, prohibit
*remaneô, remanêre, remânsî, remânsum    "to remain, stay behind, abide, continue"
 salveô, salvêre, --, --   "be well, be in good health"
 teneô, tenêre, tenuî, tentum "hold, keep, possess, restrain"
 terreô, terrêre, terruî, territum  "to frighten, terrify"
 timeô, timêre, timuî, --  "to fear, be afraid of, be afraid"
 valeô, valêre, valuî, valitûrum  "to be strong, have power, be well, prevail"
 *videô, vidêre, vîdî, vîsum  "to see, observe, understand; PASSIVE: TO SEEM"

3. Third Conjugation Verbs

       looks like 2nd conjugation, but it ain't!
 alô, alere, aluî, altum  "nourish, support, sustain, increase, cherish"
 êripiô, êripere, êripuî, êraptum  (ê-rapiô) "to snatch away, take away, rescue"
 rapiô, rapere, rapuî, raptum   "to seize, snatch, carry away"

       looks like 4th conjugation, but it ain't!
 cupiô, cupere, cupîvî, cupîtum  "to desire, wish, long for"

      ê-stem perfects:
 agô, agere, êgî, actum  "to drive, lead, do act, pass, spend (i.e. time)"
 capiô, capere, cêpî, captum "to seize, capture"
 faciô, facere, fêcî, factum  "to make, do"
 iaciô, iacere, iêcî, iactum "hurl, throw"
 incipiô, incipere, incêpî, inceptum "begin, commence" (from in + capiô)

     mittô and its compounds:
 admittô, amittere, admîsî, admissum "let in, admit, receive"
 amittô, amittere, amîsî, amissum  "to lose, let go"
 mittô, mittere, mîsî, missum  "to send"

      reduplicative:
 cadô, cadere, cecidî, casum "to fall"
 currô, currere, cucurrî, cursum "to run, rush, move quickly"
 discô, discere, didicî, --  "to learn"
 tangô, tangere, tetigî, tâctum  "to touch"

      -s-stem perfects (note: x = cs, etc.):
 dêfendô, dêfendere, dêfênsî, dêfênsum  "to ward off, defend, protect"
 dîcô, dîcere, dîxî, dictum  "to say, tell, speak, name, call"
 dîligô, dîligere, dîlêxî, dîlêctum "esteem, love"
 discêdô, discêdere, discessî, discessum  "to go away, depart"
 dûcô, dûcere, dûxî, ductum "to lead, consider, regard, prolong"
 fluô, fluere, flûxî, flûxum "to flow"
 gerô, gerere, gessî, gestum "to carry, carry one, manage, conduct, perform"
 intellegô, intellegere, intellêxî, intellêctum  "to understand"
 iungô, iungere, iunxî, iûnctum "join"
 neglegô, neglegere, neglêxî, neglêctum "to ignore, neglect, disregard"
 regô, regere, rêxî, rêctum "to rule, guide, direct"
 scrîbô, scrîbere, scrîpsî, scrîptum  "to write, compose"
 trahô, trahere, trâxî, tractum "to draw, drag, derive"
 vîvô, vîvere, vîxî, victum  "to live"

      lengthened stem vowel
 cernô, cernere, crêvî, crêtum   "to distinguish, discern, perceive"
 fugiô, fugere, fûgî, fugitum "to shun, flee, avoid"
 legô, legere, lêgî, lêctum "to pick out, choose; read"
 relinquô, relinquere, relîquî, relictum "to leave behind, leave, abandon, desert
 vincô, vincere, vîcî, victum "to conquer, overcome"

    irregular
 tollô, tollere, sustulî, sublâtum  "to raise, lift up; take away, remove, destroy

4. Fourth Conjugation Verbs

audiô, audîre, audîvî, audîtum  "to hear, listen to"

inveniô, invenîre, invênî, inventum  "to come upon, find, invent"
veniô, venîre, vênî, ventum    "to come"

 sciô, scîre, scîvî, scîtum  "to know"
 sentiô, sentîre, sênsî, sênsum  "to feel, perceive, think, experience"

Irregular Verbs

sum, esse, fuî, futûrum "to be"
possum, posse, potuî  "to be able, can"

coepî, coepisse, coeptum "began" only appears in the perfect tenses!
ôdî, ôdisse, ôsûrum "to hate" same as above!

inquit  "he/she says"  used to introduce quotations, after the first quoted word or two