Marito
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Marito
See also: maritò

Aragonese

Etymology

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Noun

marito m (plural maritos)

  1. husband

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Interlingua

Pronunciation

Noun

marito (plural maritos)

  1. husband

Italian

Etymology

From Latin mar?tus.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ma'ri.to/, [mä'ri:t?o]
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: ma?rì?to
  • Rhymes: -ito

Noun

marito m (plural mariti)

  1. husband

Derived terms

See also

Verb

marito

  1. first-person singular present indicative of maritare

Anagrams


Latin

Etymology

From mar?tus ("of or relating to marriage").

Pronunciation

Verb

mar?t? (present infinitive mar?t?re, perfect active mar?t?v?, supine mar?t?tum); first conjugation

  1. I marry, wed.
  2. (of animals) I am coupled; I have a mate.
  3. (of plants) I am grafted.
  4. I impregnate.

Conjugation

   Conjugation of mar?t? (first conjugation)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present mar?t? mar?t?s mar?tat mar?t?mus mar?t?tis mar?tant
imperfect mar?t?bam mar?t?b?s mar?t?bat mar?t?b?mus mar?t?b?tis mar?t?bant
future mar?t?b? mar?t?bis mar?t?bit mar?t?bimus mar?t?bitis mar?t?bunt
perfect mar?t?v? mar?t?vist? mar?t?vit mar?t?vimus mar?t?vistis mar?t?v?runt, mar?t?v?re
pluperfect mar?t?veram mar?t?ver?s mar?t?verat mar?t?ver?mus mar?t?ver?tis mar?t?verant
future perfect mar?t?ver? mar?t?veris mar?t?verit mar?t?verimus mar?t?veritis mar?t?verint
passive present mar?tor mar?t?ris, mar?t?re mar?t?tur mar?t?mur mar?t?min? mar?tantur
imperfect mar?t?bar mar?t?b?ris, mar?t?b?re mar?t?b?tur mar?t?b?mur mar?t?b?min? mar?t?bantur
future mar?t?bor mar?t?beris, mar?t?bere mar?t?bitur mar?t?bimur mar?t?bimin? mar?t?buntur
perfect mar?t?tus + present active indicative of sum
pluperfect mar?t?tus + imperfect active indicative of sum
future perfect mar?t?tus + future active indicative of sum
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present mar?tem mar?t?s mar?tet mar?t?mus mar?t?tis mar?tent
imperfect mar?t?rem mar?t?r?s mar?t?ret mar?t?r?mus mar?t?r?tis mar?t?rent
perfect mar?t?verim mar?t?ver?s mar?t?verit mar?t?ver?mus mar?t?ver?tis mar?t?verint
pluperfect mar?t?vissem mar?t?viss?s mar?t?visset mar?t?viss?mus mar?t?viss?tis mar?t?vissent
passive present mar?ter mar?t?ris, mar?t?re mar?t?tur mar?t?mur mar?t?min? mar?tentur
imperfect mar?t?rer mar?t?r?ris, mar?t?r?re mar?t?r?tur mar?t?r?mur mar?t?r?min? mar?t?rentur
perfect mar?t?tus + present active subjunctive of sum
pluperfect mar?t?tus + imperfect active subjunctive of sum
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present mar?t? mar?t?te
future mar?t?t? mar?t?t? mar?t?t?te mar?tant?
passive present mar?t?re mar?t?min?
future mar?t?tor mar?t?tor mar?tantor
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives mar?t?re mar?t?visse mar?t?t?rum esse mar?t?r? mar?t?tum esse mar?t?tum ?r?
participles mar?t?ns mar?t?t?rus mar?t?tus mar?tandus
verbal nouns gerund supine
genitive dative accusative ablative accusative ablative
mar?tand? mar?tand? mar?tandum mar?tand? mar?t?tum mar?t?t?

Derived terms

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Descendants

References


Novial

Noun

marito m (plural maritos)

  1. husband

Related terms


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