Saillir (literary) – to gush forth

French Verb Conjugations

  PresentImperfectFutureConditionalSubjunctiveImperfect subj.
je saillis saillissais saillirai saillirais saillisse saillisse
tu saillis saillissais sailliras saillirais saillisses saillisses
il saillit saillissait saillira saillirait saillisse saillît
nous saillissons saillissions saillirons saillirions saillissions saillissions
vous saillissez saillissiez saillirez sailliriez saillissiez saillissiez
ils saillissent saillissaient sailliront sailliraient saillissent saillissent
             
  Passé composé Past perfect Future perfect Past conditional Past subjunctive Pluperfect subj.
j’ ai sailli avais sailli aurai sailli aurais sailli aie sailli eusse sailli
tu as sailli avais sailli auras sailli aurais sailli aies sailli eusses sailli
il a sailli avait sailli aura sailli aurait sailli ait sailli eût sailli
nous avons sailli avions sailli aurons sailli aurions sailli ayons sailli eussions sailli
vous avez sailli aviez sailli aurez sailli auriez sailli ayez sailli eussiez sailli
ils ont sailli avaient sailli auront sailli auraient sailli aient sailli eussent sailli
             
  Passé simplePast anterior Imperative Participles  
je / j’ saillis eus sailli   (tu) saillis   Present saillissant
tu saillis eus sailli   (nous) saillissons   Past sailli
il saillit eut sailli   (vous) saillissez   Perfect ayant sailli
nous saillîmes eûmes sailli   Past imperative    
vous saillîtes eûtes sailli   (tu) aie sailli Past infinitive
ils saillirent eurent sailli   (nous) ayons sailli   avoir sailli
        (vous) ayez sailli    

  Saillir is a regular -ir verb.

 Homonym: saillir (irregular -ir verb) – to protrude, jut out

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