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are there any irregular verbs that start with the letters, "j,n,v,x,y,z" :?:
 

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You might be able to form one with a prefix or something, but I can't think of any. ;-)
 

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But our list is complete, including those irregular verbs starting with out-, over-, pre-, re-, un-, and under-.

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I bet there is one out there somewhere, hidden away in the darkest recesses of the OED, unused since 1728. ;-)
 
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