Rôder – to roam, wander; to loiter; to prowl

French Verb Conjugations

 PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
vousrôdezrôdiezrôderezrôderiezrôdiez rôdassiez
 Passé composéPast perfectFuture perfectPast conditionalPast subjunctivePluperfect subj.
j’ai rôdéavais rôdéaurai rôdéaurais rôdéaie rôdéeusse rôdé
tuas rôdéavais rôdéauras rôdéaurais rôdéaies rôdéeusses rôdé
ila rôdéavait rôdéaura rôdéaurait rôdéait rôdéeût rôdé
nousavons rôdéavions rôdéaurons rôdéaurions rôdéayons rôdéeussions rôdé
vousavez rôdéaviez rôdéaurez rôdéauriez rôdéayez rôdéeussiez rôdé
ilsont rôdéavaient rôdéauront rôdéauraient rôdéaient rôdéeussent rôdé
 Passé simplePast anteriorImperativeParticiples 
je / j’rôdaieus rôdé (tu)rôde Presentrôdant
turôdaseus rôdé (nous)rôdons Pastrôdé
ilrôdaeut rôdé (vous)rôdez Perfectayant rôdé
nousrôdâmeseûmes rôdé Past imperative  
vousrôdâteseûtes rôdé (tu)aie rôdéPast infinitive
ilsrôdèrenteurent rôdé (nous)ayons rôdé avoir rôdé
    (vous)ayez rôdé  

  Rôder is a regular -er verb.

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