clype

clype

(kləɪp)
vb (intr)
to tell tales; be an informer
n
a person who tells tales
[C15: from Old English clipian, cleopian; see clepe]

clype


Past participle: clyped
Gerund: clyping

Imperative
clype
clype
Present
I clype
you clype
he/she/it clypes
we clype
you clype
they clype
Preterite
I clyped
you clyped
he/she/it clyped
we clyped
you clyped
they clyped
Present Continuous
I am clyping
you are clyping
he/she/it is clyping
we are clyping
you are clyping
they are clyping
Present Perfect
I have clyped
you have clyped
he/she/it has clyped
we have clyped
you have clyped
they have clyped
Past Continuous
I was clyping
you were clyping
he/she/it was clyping
we were clyping
you were clyping
they were clyping
Past Perfect
I had clyped
you had clyped
he/she/it had clyped
we had clyped
you had clyped
they had clyped
Future
I will clype
you will clype
he/she/it will clype
we will clype
you will clype
they will clype
Future Perfect
I will have clyped
you will have clyped
he/she/it will have clyped
we will have clyped
you will have clyped
they will have clyped
Future Continuous
I will be clyping
you will be clyping
he/she/it will be clyping
we will be clyping
you will be clyping
they will be clyping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been clyping
you have been clyping
he/she/it has been clyping
we have been clyping
you have been clyping
they have been clyping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been clyping
you will have been clyping
he/she/it will have been clyping
we will have been clyping
you will have been clyping
they will have been clyping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been clyping
you had been clyping
he/she/it had been clyping
we had been clyping
you had been clyping
they had been clyping
Conditional
I would clype
you would clype
he/she/it would clype
we would clype
you would clype
they would clype
Past Conditional
I would have clyped
you would have clyped
he/she/it would have clyped
we would have clyped
you would have clyped
they would have clyped
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