cl.1 P. () sm/arati- (mc. also te-; perfect tensesasmāra-, sasmartha-, sasmaruḥ- etc.; Aoristasmārṣīt-, ṣuḥ-; futuresmartā-, smariṣyati-; infinitive moodsmartum-; ind.p.smṛtvā-; smaritvā-; -smṛtya-, smāram-[ q.v ] etc.) , to remember, recollect, bear in mind, call to mind, think of, be mindful of (genitive case or accusative;the action remembered is expressed by a past participle or an imperfect tense with yad-,"that", or by a future without yad-;the future may stand with yad-,if there are two actions; confer, compare) etc. ; to remember or think of with sorrow or regret ; to hand down memoriter, teach, declare ; to recite : Passive voicesmary/ate- (Aoristasmāri-; precedingsmṛṣīṣṭa-or smariṣīṣṭa-), to be remembered or recorded or declared (as a law) or mentioned in the smṛti- (with na-,"to be passed over in silence") ; to be declared or regarded as, pass for (Nominal verb or locative case) : Causalsmārayati- (rarely smarayati-; mc. also A1.; Aoristasasmarat-; Passive voicesmāryate-), to cause to remember or be mindful of or regret etc. (confer, compare) ; to remind any one of (two accusative or accusative and genitive case or rarely genitive case of person) etc.: Desiderativesusmūrṣate- () , to wish to remember : Intensivesāsmaryate- or sāsmarti-grammar ([ confer, compareGreek ; Latin memor,mora.])
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