Irregular verb: To Gnaw

Meaning of 'To Gnaw'

  • To bite or chew
  • To cause worry

NOTES: 'Gnawn' is archaic

Conjugation of verb 'Gnaw'

V1 Base Form (Infinitive): To Gnaw
V2 Past Simple: Gnawed
V3 Past Participle: Gnawed/Gnawn
V4 3rd Person Singular: Gnaws
V5 Present Participle/Gerund: Gnawing

Irregular Verbs Following a Similar Pattern

Verbs like: Like 'Show-Showed-Shown' (W WED WN or WED)

V1 Base Form  V2 Past Simple  V3 Past Participle
Mow Mowed Mown
Saw Sawed Sawn/Sawed
Sew Sewed Sewn/Sewed
Show Showed Shown
Sow Sowed Sown