Category:Verbal Categories
Feature:Suppletion According to Tense and Aspect WALS
Name:None
Languages (324):
Conlangs (247):
Lojban
Kamakawi
Qþyn|gài
SASXSEK
Livagian [phonologically]
Lembrin
Poswa
Naidda
Kelenala
Gevey
Naisek
Yanusu
Jaibi
inapo-sakai
Jarolim
Khangathyagon
Ghaf
Jarda
Tirelat
Torain
Senjecas
Songulda
Terpish
Modern Arithide
Esperanto
Toki Pona
Neo-Khitanese
Celíminé
Gogido
Tsolyani
Rejistanian
Bashika
Shsiwhe Luwur
Hacherian
'Yemls
Taruven
Velyan
K'tle
Imuthan
Patakasama
Annese
FIAL
Rång
Aveata
SIAL
Buruya Nzaysa
Lhenazi
Nova
Rossan
Yivrian
Géarthnuns
Missa
Moten
Solaric
Itra Kir
Waku
Surang Jumbar
Kono Mai
Kangir
Labasje
Rnihonön
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
There is one verb, the copula "ut", which has the same form for both present and habitual tense, but it could be considered to just lack a habitual tense. And in some cases when "ut" is used as an auxiliary, it does distinguish between present and habitual.
Alpic
TIAL
Uirian
Thiuas
Toilan
Cenyani
Lemohai
Torimish
draga
Talmit
Uzkian
Sentalian
Yaufulti
Plitnakya
Kiassan Turasta
Ngaru
Avrelang
Larler
Raig
Klingon
Na'vi
Kemba
South Eresian
Dahu
Endehl
Qucheanya
Baranxe'i
Lonmai Luna
Majlang
Tmaśareʔ
Salhari
Sakawi
Nevotak
Redspeech
Korpasian
Arroe
Himmaswa
Qitatyattas
yiqa' yiywos
toka na musume
gombazi
Nayraki
Town Speech
Kopfberger German
anotherunnamed
Lup (Simplified)
Ancient Yakim Language
Tslure Thujekatsoth
Mîrkšam
Alahithian
Kiswona
Okuna
Palawa Kani
Volapuk
donawean
Ebo Lingai
westcontinental Ngyamkyehe language
Pupupulandish
Vishak
Idhunaic
Tatari Faran
Fayn
Cwengaer
Platapapan
Nahakhontl
Applelang
Doayâu
Q'oligo
City Speech
Old Lonmai luna
Necarasso Cryssesa
Kaujasakka
Northern Lorkan
Prydonian High Gallifreyan
Old Zarcosian
Seto ka'palo
Ancient
Maksinaunminverbe
Shokitin
Attian
Tengan
Emeranye
G70200
Netagin
Alashian
clikli dialect
Ilaini
Satang
Meino
Kiitra
Sunbyaku
Ixe Wa
Kuty
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Senduri
Ronc Tyu
Vrkhazhian
Ccharthii
Achiyitqan
Minhast
Nuim
Mezhat
Cikap
Traup
Averagelang
Spraka
Novoslovnica
Qhirem
Omayna
Old Greedian
Laadan
Mira
Delniit
Brooding
Toma Heylm
Lwaitel
Settamu
Mindakri
Kaingu
Haotyetpi
Ame language
Classical Uraki
Hux Kham
Lántas
bal'ukbar
Thuun
Arcaicam Esperantom
Ido
Mondlango
Anikuek
Nattoretan
Ernalan
diSellat
Kirronga
Red Creek
Uropi
Ɣu
Kotava
Numi
Thulean
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Mayato MKII
Pannonian
Firen
Selade
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
Mesak
Kolyma Ainu
Sape
Xingish
Touijab Kikxot
Faikari
Dhrahhynian
Ancient Draconian
Illicraic
INS
Nomikan
TBD
CALS Average Feature Values
Average Conlang
griuskant
Ilcharotic
Enlalen
Voksigid
Dunia
Kayronic
Lingua Franca Nova
Novial
Nylaf
Pandunia (Inflected)
Westlandish
Unish
Interlingue (Occidental)
Frater
Gavaro
Polarian
Kavrinian
Huttese (fanmade)
Hallon
Choton
Tangachi

Natlangs (77):
Mandarin
Indonesian
Japanese
Finnish
Acoma
Arabic (Egyptian)
Ainu
Amele
Apurina
Arapesh
Asmat
Bagirmi
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Burmese
Chukchi
Canela-Kraho
Evenki
Fijian
Gooniyandi
Grebo
Greenlandic (West)
Guarani
Hausa
Imonda
Iraqw
Jakaltek
Kayardild
Ket
Khalkha
Khmer
Khasi
Kiowa
Kilivila
Koasati
Korean
Krongo
Kutenai
Lango
Lavukaleve
Lakhota
Luvale
Malagasy
Maori
Mapudungun
Maricopa
Maybrat
Meithei
Martuthunira
Mangarrayi
Ndyuka
Ngiyambaa
Nivkh
Piraha
Quechua (Imbabura)
Rama
Rapanui
Sango
Shipibo-Konibo
Sanuma
Swahili
Tagalog
Thai
Tiwi
Vietnamese
Wari'
Wichi
Warao
Yagua
Yaqui
Yukaghir (Kolyma)
Yoruba
Zulu
Cree (Plains)
Koyraboro Senni
Nenets
Trumai
Dani (Lower Grand Valley)