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1. Verbs of the First Conjugation are formed directly from á-stems, regularly with a transitive meaning: as, fuga, flight; fugáre, put to flight.

2. Many verbs of the First Conjugation are formed from o-stems, changing the o- into á-. These are more commonly transitive: -

3. A few verbs, generally intransitive, are formed by analogy from consonant and i- or u-stems, adding á to the stem: - [1][The type of all or most of the denominative formations in §§ 259-262 was inherited, but the process went on in the development of Latin as a separate language.]