Rito
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Rito

Esperanto

Pronunciation

Noun

rito (accusative singular riton, plural ritoj, accusative plural ritojn)

  1. rite

Italian

Etymology

From Latin r?tus.

Pronunciation

Noun

rito m (plural riti)

  1. rite; ritual

Derived terms

Anagrams


Latin

Etymology

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Pronunciation

Verb

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

  1. (Late Latin) I excite
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  2. (Medieval Latin) This term needs a translation to English. Please help out and add a translation, then remove the text {{rfdef}}.

Conjugation

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

Derived terms

References


Lithuanian

Pronunciation

Verb

rìto

  1. third-person singular past of risti
  2. third-person plural past of risti

Old High German

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *hriþiz. Akin to Old Saxon hrido, Old English hriþ.

Noun

rito m

  1. fever

Portuguese

Etymology

From Latin r?tus.

Pronunciation

Noun

rito m (plural ritos)

  1. rite, ritual

Related terms


Spanish

Etymology

From Latin r?tus.

Pronunciation

Noun

rito m (plural ritos)

  1. rite, ritual

Related terms


Tsonga

Noun

rito class 5 (plural marito class 6)

  1. word

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