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offero

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Latin

Etymology

From ob + ferō (bear, carry)

Verb

present active offerō, present infinitive offerre, perfect active obtulī, supine oblātum. (irregular)
  1. I bring before, present, offer, show, exhibit.

Inflection

Irregular, but similar to third conjugation (and following the conjugation of ferō).

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