AramaicEdit

VerbEdit

תְּמַהּ (təmah)

  1. to wonder at, be amazed

SynonymsEdit


HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From the root ת־מ־הּ(t-m-h). Related to Arabic تَمِهَ(tamiha), Aramaic תְּמַהּ(təmah).

VerbEdit

תָּמַהּ (tamáh) (pa'al construction, infinitive לתמוה \ לִתְמֹהַּ‎, present תָּמֵהַּ, future יִתְמַהּ‎, passive participle תָּמוּהַּ‎)

  1. to be amazed, astonished, astounded
  2. to wonder
ConjugationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

תָּמֵהַּ (taméah) (feminine תְּמֵהָה‎, masculine plural תְּמֵהִים‎, feminine plural תְּמֵהוֹת‎)

  1. amazed, astonished, astounded

NounEdit

תֵּמַהּ (témahm [pattern: קֵטֶל]

  1. amazement, astonishment, wonder

Etymology 2Edit

See the etymology of the corresponding lemma form.

AdjectiveEdit

תַּמָּה (tamá)

  1. Feminine singular indefinite form of תָּם(tám).

Etymology 3Edit

From Ancient Greek θέμα (théma) (see further etymology there), and reinforced by derivatives (such as Latin thema and English theme).

NounEdit

תֶּמָה (témaf

  1. a theme

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