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Etymology 1Edit

Assamese verb set
পৰ (por)
পৰা (pora)
পৰুৱা (porua)
পৰুউৱা (poruua)

From Sanskrit পাযযতি (pāyayati). Cognate with Sylheti ꠙꠣꠞꠣ (fara).

Alternative formsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

পৰা (pora) (Eastern Standard)

  1. can

VerbEdit

পৰা (pora) (transitive) (Eastern Standard)

  1. to can, be able to
    মই সাঁতুৰিব পাৰোঁmoi xãturibo parü̃I can swim.
    তুমি নাচিব পাৰা নে?tumi nasibo para ne?Can you dance?
ConjugationEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Assamese verb set
পৰ (por)
পৰা (pora)
পৰুৱা (porua)
পৰুউৱা (poruua)

From Sanskrit পততি (patati, to fly, fall). Compare Sylheti ꠙꠠꠣ (foṛa), Nepali पर्नु (parnu, to happen), Gujarati પડવું (paḍvũ), Bengali পড়া (pôṛa), Hindustani پڑنا‎ / पड़ना (paṛnā).

VerbEdit

পৰা (pora)

  1. (intransitive) to fall
    বৰষুণ পৰিব ধৰিছেboroxun porib dhorise.Rain just began to fall.
ConjugationEdit

Etymology 3Edit

Assamese verb set
পৰ (por)
পৰা (pora)
পৰুৱা (porua)
পৰুউৱা (poruua)

From Sanskrit পাতযতি (pātayati, to pour, to throw).

Alternative formsEdit

AdjectiveEdit

পৰা (pora) (Eastern Standard)

  1. spreaded
  2. plucked

VerbEdit

পৰা (pora) (transitive) (Eastern Standard)

  1. to spread out
    বিছনাখনত চাদৰখন পাৰ
    bisonakhonot sadorkhon par.
    Spread out the sheet over the bed.
  2. to pluck, bring down
    তাই গছডালৰ পৰা আম পাৰি আছে।
    tai gosdalor pora am pari ase.
    She is plucking mangoes from the tree.
ConjugationEdit