Avé, (vierbe / verb / verbo):
- to have
This verb is the most commonly used auxilliary (along with èsse). It is not directly synonomous to the Italian verb avere in other cases. Rather, the verb tené is used. Avé is never used as a main verb, it only exists as a "helping verb". It is often marked with a silent initial 'h' as in Italian. It is also an essential part of the verb avé da (dovere, to need to).
|Presende||Mberfette||Passate Cuembuošte||Cuendeziunale & Uettative||Špecuelative||Mberative|
|ij||haje - heje||heve||haje avute||avésse||arraje - arreje||-|
|isse / ésse||ha||heve||ha avute||avésse||arrà||-|
|nuje||heme||havame||heme avute||avésseme - avassime||arrassime||-|
|lore||hanne - henne||hàvene||hanne avute||avéssene||arranne||-|
The various tenses of the verb avé can be combined with other verbs' participles to create many different verbal times:
- Hi magnate. (You have eaten)
- Hive magnate. (You had eaten)
- Avisse magnate nzi mmó. (You would have eaten by now.)
- Arrì magnate ggia. (You might have eaten by now.)*rarely used, often replaced by conditional.