Latin 2nd Conjugation Verbs

Learn the Paradigms to Conjugate Latin Verbs of the Second Conjugation

  • See conjugation of sum.
    For the difference between Subjunctive and Indicative, see Latin Verb Moods.
    For the differences among the tenses (present, past, future, etc.), see Latin Verb Tenses.

Principal parts for 2nd conjugation verb habere, to have, to hold, to possess

habeo, habere, habui, habitus.

Infinitives
Active Voice

  • Present - habere
  • Perfect - habuisse
  • Future - habiturus esse

Passive Voice

  • Present - haberi
  • Perfect -habitus esse
  • Future - habitum iri

Participles
Active

  • Present - habens
  • Future - habiturus

Passive

  • Perfect - habitus
  • Future -habendus

INDICATIVE MOOD

Active Voice

Present Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habeohabemus
2habeshabetis
3habethabent

Imperfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habebamhabebamus
2habebashabebatis
3habebathabebant

Future Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habebohabebimus
2habebishabebitis
3habebithabebunt

Perfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habuihabuimus
2habuistihabuistis
3habuithabuerunt

Pluperfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habueramhabueramus
2habuerashabueratis
3habuerathabuerant

Future Perfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habuerohabuerimus
2habuerishabueritis
3habuerithabuerint

Passive Voice

Present Tense Passive Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habeorhabemur
2haberishabemini
3habeturhabentur

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habebarhabebamur
2habebarishabebamini
3habebaturhabebantur

Future Tense Passive Voice Indicative Mood

 SingularPlural
1habeborhabebimur
2habeberishabebimini
3habebiturhabebuntur

(The perfect tense is a tense showing completed action. That is the meaning of "perfect" in terms of tenses.

Imperfect means incomplete. A future perfect is an action that will have been completed at some point in the future.)

Perfect - habitus sum etc.
Pluperfect - habitus eram etc.
Future Perfect -habitus ero etc.

SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD

Active Voice

Present Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

 SingularPlural
1habeamhabeamus
2habeashabeatis
3habeathabeant

Imperfect Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

 SingularPlural
1haberemhaberemus
2habereshaberetis
3haberethaberent

Perfect Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

 SingularPlural
1habuerimhabuerimus
2habuerishabueritis
3habuerithabuerint

Pluperfect Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

 SingularPlural
1habuissemhabuissemus
2habuisseshabuissetis
3habuissethabuissent

Passive Voice

Present Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood

 SingularPlural
1habearhabeamur
2habearishabeamini
3habeaturhabeantur

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood

 SingularPlural
1habererhaberemur
2habererishaberemini
3habereturhaberentur

Perfect Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood - habitus sim
Pluperfect Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood - habitus essem

Imperative Mood
Active Voice

  • Present Tense

2d person - habe habete

  • Future Tense

2d person - habeto habetote
3d person - habeto habento

Passive Voice

  • Present Tense

    2d person - habere habemini

    • Future Tense

    3d person - habetor habentor

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    Paradigms for the Regular Latin Verbs

    Paradigms for the Irregular Verbs