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Several verbs add some of the personal endings of the present system directly to the root,[1][These are athematic verbs, see § 174. 2.] or combine two verbs in their inflection. These are called Irregular Verbs. They are sum, voló, feró, edó, dó, eó, queó, fió, and their compounds.

Sum has already been inflected in § 170.