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Eram
   means   
I Was
1st person singular past (imperfect) tense indicative mood
Eramus
   means   
We Were
1st person plural past (imperfect) tense indicative mood
Erant
   means   
They Were
3rd person plural past (imperfect) tense indicative mood
Eras
   means   
You Were
2nd person singular past (imperfect) tense indicative mood
Erat
   means   
He Was
3rd person singular past (imperfect) tense indicative mood
Eratis
   means   
You Were
2nd person plural past (imperfect) tense indicative mood
Erimus
   means   
We Will Be
1st person plural future tense indicative mood
Eris
   means   
You Shall Be
2nd person singular future tense indicative mood
Erit
   means   
He Will Be
3rd person singular future tense indicative mood
Eritis
   means   
You Will Be
2nd person plural future tense indicative mood
Ero
   means   
I Shall Be
1st person singular future tense indicative mood
Erunt
   means   
They Will Be
3rd person plural future tense indicative mood
Est
   means   
He is
3rd person singular present tense indicative mood
Estis
   means   
You Are
2nd person plural present tense indicative mood
Es
   means   
You Are
2nd person singular present tense indicative mood
Factum Eram
   means   
I Had Become
1st person singular pluperfect tense indicative mood
Factum Eramus
   means   
We Had Become
1st person plural pluperfect tense indicative mood
Factum Erant
   means   
They Had Become
3rd person plural pluperfect tense indicative mood
Factum Eras
   means   
You Had Become
2nd person singular pluperfect tense indicative mood
Factum Erat
   means   
He Had Become
3rd person singular pluperfect tense indicative mood
Factum Eratis
   means   
You Had Become
2nd person plural pluperfect tense indicative mood
Factum Erimus
   means   
We Will Have Become
1st person plural future perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Erint
   means   
They Will Have Become
3rd person plural future perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Eris
   means   
You Will Have Become
2nd person singular future perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Erit
   means   
He Will Have Become
3rd person singular future perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Eritis
   means   
You Will Have Become
2nd person plural future perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Ero
   means   
I Will Have Become
1st person singular future perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Est
   means   
He Has Become
3rd person singular perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Estis
   means   
You Have Become
2nd person plural perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Es
   means   
You Have Become
2nd person singular perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Sum
   means   
I Have Become
1st person singular perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Sumus
   means   
We Have Become
1st person plural perfect tense indicative mood
Factum Sunt
   means   
They Have Become
3rd person plural perfect tense indicative mood
Fiam
   means   
I Will Become
1st person singular future tense indicative mood
Fiebam
   means   
I Became
1st person singular imperfect tense indicative mood
Fiebamus
   means   
We Became
1st person plural imperfect tense indicative mood
Fiebant
   means   
They Became
3rd person plural imperfect tense indicative mood
Fiebas
   means   
You Became
2nd person singular imperfect tense indicative mood
Fiebat
   means   
He Became
3rd person singular imperfect tense indicative mood
Fiebatis
   means   
You Became
2nd person plural imperfect tense indicative mood
Fied
   means   
You Will Become
2nd person singular future tense indicative mood
Fiemus
   means   
We Will Become
1st person plural future tense indicative mood
Fient
   means   
They Will Become
3rd person plural future tense indicative mood
Fiet
   means   
He Will Become
3rd person singular future tense indicative mood
Fietis
   means   
You Will Become
2nd person plural future tense indicative mood
Fimus
   means   
We Become
1st person plural present tense indicative mood
Fio
   means   
I Become
1st person singular present tense indicative mood
Fis
   means   
You Become
2nd person singular present tense indicative mood
Fit
   means   
He Becomes
3rd person singular present tense indicative mood
Fitis
   means   
You Become
2nd person plural present tense indicative mood
Fiunt
   means   
They Become
3rd person plural present tense indicative mood
Fueram
   means   
I Had Been
1st person singular pluperfect tense indicative mood
Fueramus
   means   
We Had Been
1st person plural pluperfect tense indicative mood
Fuerant
   means   
They Had Been
3rd person plural pluperfect tense indicative mood
Fueras
   means   
You Had Been
2nd person singular pluperfect tense indicative mood
Fuerat
   means   
He Had Been
3rd person singular pluperfect tense indicative mood
Fueratis
   means   
You Had Been
2nd person plural pluperfect tense indicative mood
Fuerimus
   means   
We Will Have Been
1st person plural future perfect tense indicative mood
Fuerint
   means   
They Will Have Been
3rd person plural future perfect tense indicative mood
Fueris
   means   
You Will Have Been
2nd person singular future perfect tense indicative mood
Fuerit
   means   
He Will Have Been
3rd person singular future perfect tense indicative mood
Fueritis
   means   
You Will Have Been
2nd person plural future perfect tense indicative mood
Fuero
   means   
I Will Have Been
1st person singular future perfect tense indicative mood
Fuerunt
   means   
They Have Been
3rd person plural perfect tense indicative mood
Fui
   means   
I Have Been
1st person singular perfect tense indicative mood
Fuimus
   means   
We Have Been
1st person plural perfect tense indicative mood
Fuistis
   means   
You Have Been
2nd person plural perfect tense indicative mood
Fuisti
   means   
You Have Been
2nd person singular perfect tense indicative mood
Fuit
   means   
He Has Been
3rd person singular perfect tense indicative mood
Sum
   means   
I Am
1st person singular present tense indicative mood
Sumus
   means   
We Are
1st person plural present tense indicative mood
Sunt
   means   
They Are
3rd person plural present tense indicative mood


Facts contributed by:


Allan R. Matthes








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