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The etymology of the English word verb
English etymology of "verb"
The etymology of the Latin word verbum (English verb)
Latin etymology of "verbum"

WikiVerb is a site dedicated to languages, verbs, and verb conjugation.

It's not going to be a copy of information available in WikiPedia, but it will focus in verb conjugation. It won't replace either, but it includes information and languages that are not available there.

If you find errors on these pages, feel free to correct them. Like in other Wiki-kind of sites, anyone can become an editor.

Language of the day: Polish

Polish is the official language of Poland. It has the second largest number of speakers among Slavic languages after Russian. The Polish language originated in the areas of present-day Poland from several local Western Slavic dialects, most notably those spoken in Greater Poland and Lesser Poland. It shares some vocabulary with the languages of the neighboring Slavic nations, most notably with Slovak, Czech, Ukrainian, and Belarusian. (Read more...)

Starting points

The important right hand links are the following:



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