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260. A few verbs of the Second Conjugation (generally intransitive) are recognizable as formed from noun-stems; but most are inherited, or the primitive noun-stem is lost:—
  1. albeō, -ēre, to be white, from albus (stem ( albo/e- ), white.
  2. cāneo, -ēre, to be hoary, from cānus (stem ( cāno/e- ), hoary.
  3. clāreō , -ēre, to shine, from clārus, bright.
  4. claudeō , -ēre, to be lame, from claudus, lame.
  5. algeō, -ēre, to be cold, cf. algidus, cold.

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