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See also: ע־מ־ד

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AramaicEdit

VerbEdit

עמד (transliteration needed)

  1. to sink
  2. to baptize

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EtymologyEdit

Root
ע־מ־ד

Cognate with Arabic عَمَدَ(ʿamada).

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VerbEdit

עָמַד (amád) (pa'al construction)

  1. (intransitive, of a person) To stand, to stand up, to be standing.
    • a. 1921, י״ח ברנר (Yosef Haim Brenner), מסביב לנקודה (Around the point)
      הוא עמד, הביט והגה, כדרכו תמיד, ומסביב לו – קשקוש־שפתים, טלטול־חפצים, []
      He stood, looked and pondered [or declared], as his way always, around him – idle chatter of lips, shaking of objects, []
    • 2002, עברי לידר (Ivri Lider), על קו המים (al kav hamáyim, On the Waterline)
      על קו המים עומד לו האידיוט הזה
      al kav hamáyim oméd lo haidíot haze
      On the waterline this idiot stands by himself
  2. (intransitive, of a structure or vertical object) To stand, to be located.
  3. (only with to-infinitive) To be about to
    • 2008, יוני בלוך (Yoni Bloch), הלב שלי עומד להתפוצץ (halév shelí oméd lehitpotséts, My heart is about to explode)
      אני מרגיש שהלב שלי עומד להתפוצץ
      aní margísh shehalév shelí oméd lehitpotséts
      I feel like my heart is about to explode
    אני עומד להשתגע.‎‎ ― aní oméd lehishtagéaI'm about to go crazy.

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