cl.1 P.n/amati- (), te- (mostly intrans.; confer, compare; pr. p.A1.namāna-; perfect tenseP.nānāma- etc.;2. sg.nemitha-,or nanantha-; subjunctivenan/amas-;3. pluralnemur-; A1.neme-;3. plural-nanamire-; AoristP.anān-; anaṃsīt-; A1.anaṃsta-grammar;3. pluralanaṃsata-; subjunctivenaṃsai-, naṃsante-; futurenaṃsyati-; namiṣyati-; nantā-; infinitive mood-n/amam-, -n/ame-; nantum-, namitum-; ind.p.natvā-; -natya-; -namya-) to bend or bow (either trans. or oftener intr.) to bow to, subject or submit, one's self (with genitive casedative case or accusative) etc. ; (with hiruk-) to turn away, keep aside ; to turn towards id est to aim at (genitive case) with (instrumental case) ; to yield or give way, keep quiet or be silent ; (in gram.) to change a dental letter into a cerebral : Passive voicenamyate-, to be bent or bowed ; yield or submit to : Causalnam/ayati- etc. (nāmayati- etc.; nāmyati-[!] ; Aoristanīnamat-; Passive voicenāmyate-, ti- etc.) to cause to bow or sink, incline etc. ; (with cāpam-) to bend a bow etc. ; to turn away or ward off ; to aim at (genitive case), ; (in gram.) to change a dental letter into a cerebral : Desiderativeninaṃsati-, : Intensiven/annamīti- ; nannamyate- (3. sg.n/amnate-imperfect tenseanamnata-, parasmE-padan/amamāna-) to bow or submit one's self to (dative case). [ confer, compareZend nam,nemaiti; Greek , ; Latin nemus; Gothic , Old Saxon , Anglo-Saxon niman; HGerm. ne0man,ne0men,nehmen.]
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