Lithuanian Verb Conjugator

Conjugate Lithuanian Verbs

Lithuanian (lietuvių kalba) is the official state language of Lithuania and is recognized as one of the official languages of the European Union. There are about 3.1 million native Lithuanian speakers. Lithuanian is a highly inflected language in which the relationships between parts of speech and their roles in a sentence are expressed by numerous inflections.

Conjugate a Lithuanian verb:

Fill in the infinitive. Don't use any capital letters!

Recently conjugated verbs

užsidėti, nusiginkluoti, spardytis, pakliūti, atsižavėti, prarasti, raitotis, grybštelėti, maitinti, susiprotėti, įgrįsti, skanauti, nukreipti, tingti, pabraižyti, šnerpšti, numesti, sumokėti, sutraukti, gundyti, parengti, pasivaišinti, žvilgčioti, pasvajoti, dovanotis, pasigauti, žerti, pražilti, nusispjauti, planuoti, užsimoti, antspauduoti, sirgi, plėšytis, samdyti, išsimaudyti, pramogauti, perplaukti, suklysti, įsimylėti, užsikabinti, užčiaupti, prisikelti, plisti, atsižadėti, išstudijuoti, pageidauti, auklėti, įsispoksoti, pavykti

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