Friulian

Conjugate Verbs

Facts

  • Language: Friulian
  • Alternate names: FURLAN, FRIOULAN, FRIOULIAN, PRIULIAN, FRIULANO
  • Language code: fur
  • Language family: Indo-European, Classical Indo-European, Italic, Latino-Faliscan, Latinic, Imperial Latin, Romance, Italo-Western Romance, Western Romance, Shifted Western Romance, Northwestern Shifted Romance, Gallo-Rhaetian
  • Number of speakers: 600000
  • Script:

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    Introduction

    Friulian or Friulan is a Romance language belonging to the Rhaeto-Romance family, spoken in the Friuli region of northeastern Italy. Friulian has around 600,000 speakers, the vast majority of whom also speak Italian. It is sometimes called Eastern Ladin since it shares the same roots as Ladin, but over the centuries, it has diverged under the influence of surrounding languages, including German, Italian, Venetian, and Slovene.

    Breton language speaking area

    Documents in Friulian are attested from the 11th century and poetry and literature date as far back as 1300. By the 20th century, there was a revival of interest in the language.

    The Friulian Verb

    Auxiliary Verbs

    The Verb Conjugations

    There are 4 conjugations in Gallo:

    Verblist

    abadâ, abandonâ, alçâ, alçâsi, amâ, ardi, armâ, arâ, avierzi, bagnâ, bajâ, balâ, bati, batiâ, benedî, bevi, binidî, blestemâ, bulî, bussâ, caglâ, capî, cenzi, cenâ, cercenâ, cercjâ, cerni, cirî, cjadê, cjalcjâ, cjalçâ, cjantâ, cjapâ, cjariâ, cjastiâ, cjastrâ, cjatâ, cjavalgjâ, cjaçâ, cjiâ, clamâ, clucî, cognossi, coincidi, comandâ, començâ, cometi, comprâ, concuistâ, condusi, contâ, convidâ, convinci, copâ, cori, costâ, crepâ, cressi, crevâ, crodi, cuei, cuietâ, curâ, cusinâ, cusî, cuvierzi, danâ, deponi, dipenzi, discjantâ, discjariâ, discolçâ, discuvierzi, disleâ, dismenteâ, dispoiâ, dissecjâ, distruzi, domandâ, dopleâ, dovê, dreçâ, drečâ, dulî, durmî, , , enflâ, fassâ, fašâ, fenzi, ferî, fevelâ, ficjâ, finî, florî, fondi, foti, franzi, fremi, freâ, fridi, fumâ, fuî, , gambiâ, girâ, gjavâ, gjoldi, gjondâ, glaçâ, glačâ, gloti, gomitâ, gustâ, guviernâ, impleâ, imprestâ, inclaudâ, incoronâ, infassâ, infašâ, inglaçâ, inglačâ, innulâsi, inruzinî, insegnâ, insumiâsi, intindi, intosseâ, invidâ, jemplâ, jentrâ, jessi, jessî, jevâ, ješî, judicâ, judâ, lagrimâ, lassâ, latâ, laudâ, lavorâ, lavâ, lecâ, lei, lengi, lenzi, lessâ, levâ, leâ, logâ, lotâ, lusî, , macelâ, maledî, malfâ, maludî, mangjâ, maridâ, masanâ, mastiâ, maçâ, menaçâ, menâ, mertâ, messedâ, meti, mintî, miorâ, miscliçâ, misurâ, molgi, molzi, mostrâ, movi, movisi, muardi, mudâ, muldurâ, murî, nadâ, nassi, negoziâ, netâ, neveâ, neâ, nudrî, numerâ, olsâ, ombrî, ongi, onzi, ordenâ, osservâ, ovâ, paiâ, pajâ, partî, parê, passi, passonâ, passâ, patî, pecjâ, pelâ, pendâ, pensâ, penzi, perî, pescjâ, pesâ, petenâ, pečhâ, pierdi, plantâ, plasê, pleâ, pleâsi, plovi, podê, poni, preâ, provâ, puartâ, puartâsi, radâ, remâ, respirâ, rezi, ricevi, ricognossi, ricuardâ, ridi, ridusi, rindi, rispuindi, risunâ, rivâ, rompi, roseâ, saltâ, saludâ, salvâ, salâ, sanganâ, sangloçâ, sapâ, savê, sbadaiâ, sbati, scjadê, scjaldâ, scjampâ, scoltâ, scori, scovâ, scrivi, scuedi, scuindi, scurtâ, scuvierzi, secjâ, segnâ, semenâ, sentâ, servî, seselâ, seâ, sgambiâ, sgjavâ, sielzi, sierâ, sintî, sivilâ, slançâ, sminuçâ, smorseâ, soflâ, someâ, soridi, sossedâ, spaurî, spelâ, sperâ, spietâ, sponzi, sporcjâ, sposâ, spudâ, starnudâ, stierni, stiçâ, stralusî, stramudâ, strapongi, straponzi, straviâ, stravuelzi, strenzi, stuargi, stuarzi, stâ, sudâ, sufrî, suiâ, sunâ, supâ, suspirâ, sutiliâ, svindicâ, svolâ, sčhadê, taiâ, tajâ, tastâ, tasê, temê, tentâ, tenzi, tiessi, tignî, tindi, tirâ, tocjâ, tonâ, tornâ, tossi, tosâ, trai, trimulâ, trimâ, trivelâ, ubidî, ufrî, uldî, umidî, unî, urdî, urlâ, valê, vaî, veglâ, velenâ, vendemâ, vendi, vierzi, vignî, vinci, viodi, vistî, vivi, vogâ, volê, vosâ, vuadagnâ, vuardâ, , zontâ, zovâ, zuiâ, zunâ, zurâ, čhadê, čhantâ, čhastrâ.