There are four types of -mi verbs:
1. Omicron class (di
2. Alpha class (i!sthmi, I set, stand), with the root sta-.
3. Epsilon class (ti
4. Upsilon (dei
1. In the present and imperfect, the initial consonant is reduplicated and connected with an iota (cf. perfect). do (the root of di2. -mi verbs do not take a connecting vowel before the pronominal endings. Rather, the root’s final vowel may be retained, lengthened, or omitted. dido becomes didw.
3. The present form takes the following pronominal endings:
4. Most of the -mi verbs use the tense suffix ka rather than the normal sa (e.g., e@dwka). Don’t confuse this with the perfects.