- Used to form some inflected forms of the verbs.
It correlates with the conjugation of the present active indicative forms as well as the present active subjunctive forms of the third conjugation:
|Original form||Derived form||1s||2s||3s||1p||2p||3p|
|Present active indicative||Future active indicative||-bō||-bis||-bit||-bimus||-bitis||-bunt|
|Present active subjunctive||Imperfect active indicative||-bam||-bās||-bat||-bāmus||-bātis||-bant|
|Present passive indicative||Future passive indicative||-bor||-beris||-bitur||-bimur||-biminī||-buntur|
|Present passive subjunctive||Imperfect passive indicative||-bar||-bāris||-bātur||-bāmur||-bāminī||-bantur|
- Used to form the names of residents or inhabitants of particular places, in particular towns/cities.
-bo will work in almost all cases; -are is more common for certain towns/cities. But also in those cases, -bo should be considered valid. Note that in some cases, typically when the name of the location is a compound word, an extra -s- is inserted before -bo. E.g. Stockholmsbo.
-it is even less common, denotes a person with very strong bonds towards the town/city in question; someone who lived there all of his/her life, possibly even with ancestors who lived there too. Only a few towns/cities actually gives rise to commonly used -it-forms, notably Malmö ("Malmöit").