1529 English verbs and 842 Irish verbs conjugated and translated
  1. disgrace verb
  2. disgraced Verbal Adjective
  3. disgracing Verbal Noun
  1. I disgrace me english present
  2. you disgrace you plural
  3. they disgrace they
  4. disgrace autonomous present
  5. he does not disgrace negative present he
  6. does he disgrace? question present he
  1. I disgraced me english past
  2. you disgraced you plural
  3. disgraced autonomous past
  4. he did not disgrace negative past he
  5. did he disgrace? question past he
  1. I will disgrace me english future
  2. you will disgrace you plural
  3. will disgrace autonomous future
  4. he will not disgrace negative future he
  5. will he disgrace? question future he
past habitual
  1. I used to disgrace me english past habitual
  2. you used to disgrace you plural
  3. used to disgrace autonomous past habitual
  4. he used to not disgrace negative past habitual he
  5. did he used to disgrace? question past habitual he
  1. I would disgrace me english conditional
  2. you would disgrace you plural
  3. would disgrace autonomous conditional
  4. he would not disgrace negative conditional he
  5. would he disgrace? question conditional he
  1. that I disgrace; may I disgrace me english subjunctive
  2. that disgrace; may disgrace autonomous subjunctive
  3. that he does not disgrace; may he not disgrace negative subjunctive he
  4. may he disgrace? question subjunctive he
  1. disgrace me english imperative
  2. disgrace you
  3. disgrace she
  4. disgrace you plural
  5. disgrace they
  6. disgrace autonomous imperative
  7. don't disgrace negative imperative