antiquo m ‎(feminine singular antiqua, masculine plural antiqui, feminine plural antique)

  1. Obsolete form of antico.

Derived termsEdit



From antīquus ‎(old, ancient; time-honoured).



antīquō ‎(present infinitive antīquāre, perfect active antīquāvī, supine antīquātum); first conjugation

  1. I leave it in its ancient state, restore something to its former condition
  2. (law, of a bill) I reject, vote in favour of the rejection of
  3. (Ecclesiastical Latin) I make old


   Conjugation of antiquo (first conjugation)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present antīquō antīquās antīquat antīquāmus antīquātis antīquant
imperfect antīquābam antīquābās antīquābat antīquābāmus antīquābātis antīquābant
future antīquābō antīquābis antīquābit antīquābimus antīquābitis antīquābunt
perfect antīquāvī antīquāvistī antīquāvit antīquāvimus antīquāvistis antīquāvērunt, antīquāvēre
pluperfect antīquāveram antīquāverās antīquāverat antīquāverāmus antīquāverātis antīquāverant
future perfect antīquāverō antīquāveris antīquāverit antīquāverimus antīquāveritis antīquāverint
passive present antīquor antīquāris, antīquāre antīquātur antīquāmur antīquāminī antīquantur
imperfect antīquābar antīquābāris, antīquābāre antīquābātur antīquābāmur antīquābāminī antīquābantur
future antīquābor antīquāberis, antīquābere antīquābitur antīquābimur antīquābiminī antīquābuntur
perfect antīquātus + present active indicative of sum
pluperfect antīquātus + imperfect active indicative of sum
future perfect antīquātus + future active indicative of sum
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present antīquem antīquēs antīquet antīquēmus antīquētis antīquent
imperfect antīquārem antīquārēs antīquāret antīquārēmus antīquārētis antīquārent
perfect antīquāverim antīquāverīs antīquāverit antīquāverīmus antīquāverītis antīquāverint
pluperfect antīquāvissem antīquāvissēs antīquāvisset antīquāvissēmus antīquāvissētis antīquāvissent
passive present antīquer antīquēris, antīquēre antīquētur antīquēmur antīquēminī antīquentur
imperfect antīquārer antīquārēris, antīquārēre antīquārētur antīquārēmur antīquārēminī antīquārentur
perfect antīquātus + present active subjunctive of sum
pluperfect antīquātus + imperfect active subjunctive of sum
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present antīquā antīquāte
future antīquātō antīquātō antīquātōte antīquantō
passive present antīquāre antīquāminī
future antīquātor antīquātor antīquantor
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives antīquāre antīquāvisse antīquātūrus esse antīquārī antīquātus esse antīquātum īrī
participles antīquāns antīquātūrus antīquātus antīquandus
verbal nouns gerund supine
nominative genitive dative/ablative accusative accusative ablative
antīquāre antīquandī antīquandō antīquandum antīquātum antīquātū

Related termsEdit


  • antiquo” in Charlton T. Lewis & Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1879.
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