Yenem, Yēṇēṃ, Yeṇeṃ: 2 definitions
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Marathi-English dictionarySource: DDSA: The Molesworth Marathi and English Dictionary
yēṇēṃ (येणें).—v i (yāna S) To come. 2 To be come; to be arrived; to have become present, or about or with one. 3 To draw near or towards; to approach or advance unto. 4 To come unto; i. e. to be known unto, or to be performable by. 5 To arise; to be excited or awakened--anger, cupidity, lust, compassion &c. 6 To happen unto, to befal. 7 To arise unto or upon; to spring forth from and on--flowers, fruits, leaves &c. 8 To come up to; to amount to or equal. Ex hī aṅgaṭhī tōḷābhara vajana yēīla; tō gāṃva ēthūna cāra kōsa yēīla. 9 To turn out; to appear in its final form or state. Ex. hēṃ pāgōṭēṃ cāṅgalēṃ ālēṃ nāhīṃ aṇakhī bāndha. 10 To become; to have attained or reached any condition or character. Ex. ghara agadī mōḍakaḷīsa ālēṃ āhē. 11 To be possible, expedient, convenient, advisable, becoming. Ex. tē dhanī paḍalē tyāsīṃ uttara karatāṃ yēta nāhīṃ prasaṅga pāhūna bōlāvayāsa yēīla. 12 To come up through or along (a duration or period, a course &c.) Ex. vaḍīla vartata ālē tyāpramāṇēṃ āmhī karīta ālōṃ. 13 To arise from; to be produced or formed out of;--as butter out of milk &c. 14 This verb is used to express Going or departure by people taking leave; the use of the verb jāṇēṃ on this occasion being viewed as unlucky: and, further, it intimates the intention of Coming again. It thus agrees with the French Au revoir.
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yēṇēṃ (येणें).—n Money due; money to come; debt outstanding.Source: DDSA: The Aryabhusan school dictionary, Marathi-English
yēṇēṃ (येणें).—v i Come. Arise. Befall. Spring forth. Come up to. To become. To be possible. n Money due; debt out- standing.
Marathi is an Indo-European language having over 70 million native speakers people in (predominantly) Maharashtra India. Marathi, like many other Indo-Aryan languages, evolved from early forms of Prakrit, which itself is a subset of Sanskrit, one of the most ancient languages of the world.
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Ends with (+3): Adavem-yenem, Aikyasa Yenem, Badalamisa Yenem, Cirakisa Yenem, Cirakisa-yenem, Dabaghanisa Yenem, Dabaghanisa-yenem, Dupayim Yenem, Ghaduna-yenem, Ghana-yenem, Kakulati-yenem, Kamasa-yenem, Mattyasa Yenem, Miragivara Yenem, Mudalavara Yenem, Nidarshanasa Yenem, O-ka-tho-na-karatam-yenem, Tiragi-miragivara-yenem, Udarim-shani-yenem, Valiyenem.
Full-text (+342): Nakabuli, Lihinemvacanem, Jhiranem, Bolacali, Hataghai, Jhokathoka, Hatohata, Phiryada, Nakirda, Ghayakuta, Namvarupa, Dabaghanisa Yenem, Dabaghanisa-yenem, Ekera, Uvarisa, Kakulati, Cirakisa-yenem, Utu-janem, Prakrita, Yeni.
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