Last modified on 29 September 2014, at 18:41

abîmer

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EtymologyEdit

From abime, abîme, from Late Latin *abyssimus < Latin abyssus (abyss), from Ancient Greek ἄβυσσος (ábussos, bottomless pit)

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VerbEdit

abîmer

  1. to damage.
  2. (pronominal, formal) To fall down or sink and disappear in a hole, depth, abyss.
  3. (pronominal, formal) To become absorbed in something (tought, action...).
  4. (rare or archaic) To throw down in a hole, depth etc.

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