Weak conjugation

(Gram.) the conjugation of weak verbs; - called also new conjugation, or regular conjugation, and distinguished from the old conjugation, or irregular conjugation.

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The weak conjugation is simply the conjugation that any converted bases adopt.
Though, as I have suggested, the weak conjugation is an obvious target, for formal reasons, in conversion to a verb, another question arises in relation to the noun declensions.
The weak conjugations of Old English offer an example, and introduce the apparent ambivalence.