Daigner – to deign, condescend

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousdaignezdaigniezdaignerezdaigneriezdaigniez daignassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai daignéavais daignéaurai daignéaurais daignéaie daignéeusse daigné
tuas daignéavais daignéauras daignéaurais daignéaies daignéeusses daigné
ila daignéavait daignéaura daignéaurait daignéait daignéeût daigné
nousavons daignéavions daignéaurons daignéaurions daignéayons daignéeussions daigné
vousavez daignéaviez daignéaurez daignéauriez daignéayez daignéeussiez daigné
ilsont daignéavaient daignéauront daignéauraient daignéaient daignéeussent daigné
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’daignaieus daigné (tu)daigne Presentdaignant
tudaignaseus daigné (nous)daignons Pastdaigné
ildaignaeut daigné (vous)daignez Perfectayant daigné
nousdaignâmeseûmes daigné Past imperative  
vousdaignâteseûtes daigné (tu)aie daignéPast infinitive
ilsdaignèrenteurent daigné (nous)ayons daigné avoir daigné
    (vous)ayez daigné  

  Daigner is a regular -er verb.

It’s one of seven verbs that can be made negative with the ne littéraire (ne without pas).

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