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Aromanian is an Eastern Romance language spoken in Southeastern Europe. Its speakers are called Aromanians.

Verb conjugation

Aromanian grammar does have some features that distinguish it from Romanian, an important one being the complete disappearance of verb infinitives. As such, the tenses and moods that in Romanian use the infinitive (like the future simple tense and the conditional mood), in Aromanian they are formed in other ways. For the same reason, verb entries in dictionaries are given in their indicative mood, present tense, first person, singular form.


ConjugationIIIIIIIVVîntuvedudîcumorupatuîntiveadi    pîtîmu    pîtîti vedu   



Perfect simple

ConjugationIIIIIIIVVîntáibiúicunoscúi pîtîiîntasibiúsiîntabiúîntámubiúmuîntátubiútuîntárîbiúrî   

Irregular forms: dusu (<ducu), dîsu (<dîcu), plîmsu, scosu, trápsu.

Past Perfect

Pluperfect is formed with the auxiliary verb amu in present and the past participle: amu, ai, ari, avemu, avetî, au + p.p.


Pluperfect is formed with the auxiliary verb amu in past and the past participle: aveamu, aveai, avea, aveamu, aveatî, avea + p.p.


Future is formed with the uninflected va or vai, s(i) and the conjunctive present of the verb. s-cîntu s-cîntî s-cîntî s-cîntámu s-cîntátî s-cîntî

Past participle:



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