I'm trying to conjugate reviso. It occurs in LLPSI ,Cap XXXVII Line: 260.
Orberg gives: revisere, -sisse.
501 Latin Verbs says (strangely) that it's conjugated like duco, ducere.
This would give reviso, revisere, revixi, revictum.
That's got to be wrong.
Then Whitaker's Words gives only two forms: reviso, revisere.
Then we have this http://www.verbix.com/webverbix/go.php?T1=reviso&imageField.x=0&imageField.y=0&D1=9&H1=109 which conjugates it like viso:
reviso, revisere, revisi, revisum
This latter looks right.
Anyone got any ideas?