See also: núcleo, nucleó, and nucleo-

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NounEdit

nucleo m ‎(plural nuclei)

  1. nucleus
  2. core
  3. unit, group, squad

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PronunciationEdit

nŭcleō
nūcleō

Etymology 1Edit

nū̆cleus +‎

VerbEdit

nū̆cleō ‎(present infinitive nū̆cleāre, perfect active nū̆cleāvī, supine nū̆cleātum); first conjugation

  1. (intransitive) I become kernelly, I become hard like a kernel
ConjugationEdit
   Conjugation of nucleo (first conjugation)
indicative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present nū̆cleō nū̆cleās nū̆cleat nū̆cleāmus nū̆cleātis nū̆cleant
imperfect nū̆cleābam nū̆cleābās nū̆cleābat nū̆cleābāmus nū̆cleābātis nū̆cleābant
future nū̆cleābō nū̆cleābis nū̆cleābit nū̆cleābimus nū̆cleābitis nū̆cleābunt
perfect nū̆cleāvī nū̆cleāvistī nū̆cleāvit nū̆cleāvimus nū̆cleāvistis nū̆cleāvērunt, nū̆cleāvēre
pluperfect nū̆cleāveram nū̆cleāverās nū̆cleāverat nū̆cleāverāmus nū̆cleāverātis nū̆cleāverant
future perfect nū̆cleāverō nū̆cleāveris nū̆cleāverit nū̆cleāverimus nū̆cleāveritis nū̆cleāverint
passive present nū̆cleor nū̆cleāris, nū̆cleāre nū̆cleātur nū̆cleāmur nū̆cleāminī nū̆cleantur
imperfect nū̆cleābar nū̆cleābāris, nū̆cleābāre nū̆cleābātur nū̆cleābāmur nū̆cleābāminī nū̆cleābantur
future nū̆cleābor nū̆cleāberis, nū̆cleābere nū̆cleābitur nū̆cleābimur nū̆cleābiminī nū̆cleābuntur
perfect nū̆cleātus + present active indicative of sum
pluperfect nū̆cleātus + imperfect active indicative of sum
future perfect nū̆cleātus + future active indicative of sum
subjunctive singular plural
first second third first second third
active present nū̆cleem nū̆cleēs nū̆cleet nū̆cleēmus nū̆cleētis nū̆cleent
imperfect nū̆cleārem nū̆cleārēs nū̆cleāret nū̆cleārēmus nū̆cleārētis nū̆cleārent
perfect nū̆cleāverim nū̆cleāverīs nū̆cleāverit nū̆cleāverīmus nū̆cleāverītis nū̆cleāverint
pluperfect nū̆cleāvissem nū̆cleāvissēs nū̆cleāvisset nū̆cleāvissēmus nū̆cleāvissētis nū̆cleāvissent
passive present nū̆cleer nū̆cleēris, nū̆cleēre nū̆cleētur nū̆cleēmur nū̆cleēminī nū̆cleentur
imperfect nū̆cleārer nū̆cleārēris, nū̆cleārēre nū̆cleārētur nū̆cleārēmur nū̆cleārēminī nū̆cleārentur
perfect nū̆cleātus + present active subjunctive of sum
pluperfect nū̆cleātus + imperfect active subjunctive of sum
imperative singular plural
first second third first second third
active present nū̆cleā nū̆cleāte
future nū̆cleātō nū̆cleātō nū̆cleātōte nū̆cleantō
passive present nū̆cleāre nū̆cleāminī
future nū̆cleātor nū̆cleātor nū̆cleantor
non-finite forms active passive
present perfect future present perfect future
infinitives nū̆cleāre nū̆cleāvisse nū̆cleātūrus esse nū̆cleārī nū̆cleātus esse nū̆cleātum īrī
participles nū̆cleāns nū̆cleātūrus nū̆cleātus nū̆cleandus
verbal nouns gerund supine
nominative genitive dative/ablative accusative accusative ablative
nū̆cleāre nū̆cleandī nū̆cleandō nū̆cleandum nū̆cleātum nū̆cleātū
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Etymology 2Edit

Regularly declined forms of nū̆cleus.

NounEdit

nū̆cleō m

  1. dative singular of nū̆cleus
  2. ablative singular of nū̆cleus

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VerbEdit

nucleo

  1. First-person singular (yo) present indicative form of nuclear.