consentio

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From con- +‎ sentiō.

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

cōnsentiō (present infinitive cōnsentīre, perfect active cōnsēnsī, supine cōnsēnsum); fourth conjugation

  1. I agree, accord, harmonize
    Synonyms: concordō, condīcō, conveniō, assentiō, concurrō, congruō, cōnstō, pangō
    Antonyms: dissideo, dissentio, vario, recuso, discordō, abhorreō
  2. I unite upon
  3. I plot or conspire
  4. I assent to, I consent to do something specific
    • 405 CE, Jerome, Vulgate Tobiae.3.18:
      virum autem cum timore tuo non libidine mea consensi suscipere
      But a husband I consented to take, with thy fear, not with my lust.
    • Caelius Aurelianus and Mustio, Gynaecia 2.64:
      nec in venerem ruat ita ut mente etiam conpati videatur, set usum sui prebens animo non consentiente misceatur.
      She should not rush into sexual activity in such a way that she still appears to be mentally suffering, and though offering herself, copulates disagreeably

ConjugationEdit

   Conjugation of cōnsentiō (fourth conjugation)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present cōnsentiō cōnsentīs cōnsentit cōnsentīmus cōnsentītis cōnsentiunt
imperfect cōnsentiēbam cōnsentiēbās cōnsentiēbat cōnsentiēbāmus cōnsentiēbātis cōnsentiēbant
future cōnsentiam cōnsentiēs cōnsentiet cōnsentiēmus cōnsentiētis cōnsentient
perfect cōnsēnsī cōnsēnsistī cōnsēnsit cōnsēnsimus cōnsēnsistis cōnsēnsērunt,
cōnsēnsēre
pluperfect cōnsēnseram cōnsēnserās cōnsēnserat cōnsēnserāmus cōnsēnserātis cōnsēnserant
future perfect cōnsēnserō cōnsēnseris cōnsēnserit cōnsēnserimus cōnsēnseritis cōnsēnserint
passive present cōnsentior cōnsentīris,
cōnsentīre
cōnsentītur cōnsentīmur cōnsentīminī cōnsentiuntur
imperfect cōnsentiēbar cōnsentiēbāris,
cōnsentiēbāre
cōnsentiēbātur cōnsentiēbāmur cōnsentiēbāminī cōnsentiēbantur
future cōnsentiar cōnsentiēris,
cōnsentiēre
cōnsentiētur cōnsentiēmur cōnsentiēminī cōnsentientur
perfect cōnsēnsus + present active indicative of sum
pluperfect cōnsēnsus + imperfect active indicative of sum
future perfect cōnsēnsus + future active indicative of sum
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present cōnsentiam cōnsentiās cōnsentiat cōnsentiāmus cōnsentiātis cōnsentiant
imperfect cōnsentīrem cōnsentīrēs cōnsentīret cōnsentīrēmus cōnsentīrētis cōnsentīrent
perfect cōnsēnserim cōnsēnserīs cōnsēnserit cōnsēnserīmus cōnsēnserītis cōnsēnserint
pluperfect cōnsēnsissem cōnsēnsissēs cōnsēnsisset cōnsēnsissēmus cōnsēnsissētis cōnsēnsissent
passive present cōnsentiar cōnsentiāris,
cōnsentiāre
cōnsentiātur cōnsentiāmur cōnsentiāminī cōnsentiantur
imperfect cōnsentīrer cōnsentīrēris,
cōnsentīrēre
cōnsentīrētur cōnsentīrēmur cōnsentīrēminī cōnsentīrentur
perfect cōnsēnsus + present active subjunctive of sum
pluperfect cōnsēnsus + imperfect active subjunctive of sum
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present cōnsentī cōnsentīte
future cōnsentītō cōnsentītō cōnsentītōte cōnsentiuntō
passive present cōnsentīre cōnsentīminī
future cōnsentītor cōnsentītor cōnsentiuntor
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives cōnsentīre cōnsēnsisse cōnsēnsūrum esse cōnsentīrī cōnsēnsum esse cōnsēnsum īrī
participles cōnsentiēns cōnsēnsūrus cōnsēnsus cōnsentiendus,
cōnsentiundus
verbal nouns gerund supine
genitive dative accusative ablative accusative ablative
cōnsentiendī cōnsentiendō cōnsentiendum cōnsentiendō cōnsēnsum cōnsēnsū

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