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לְנַצֵחַ – to win

October 3, 2011

Many of us play sports simply for our personal enjoyment. The fact is, though, regardless of the sport – it is far more fun to win than to lose. And so, knowing how to say “I won!” is somewhat important and helpful (not to mention gloating over the water cooler when your team defeats your manager’s on the national game Sunday Night Football…)

Coincidentally, this verb also means to supervise or to conduct (a band), in addition to ‘to win’.

Where there is a second verb form shown for a given tense, the one on the right is more often heard in colloquial use.

Infinitive: לְנַצֵחַ

Root: נצח

ּBinyan: פִיעֵל

Present Tense
Male singular מְנַצֵהַ
Female singular מְנַצַחַת
Male plural מְנַצְחִים
Female plural מְנַצְחות
Past Tense
אני ַנִיצַחְתִי
אתה נִיצַחְתָ
את נִיצַחְתְ or נִיצַחַת
הוא נִיצַח or נִיצֵחַ
היא נִיצְחָה
אנחנו נִיצַחְנוּ
אתם נִיצַַחְתֶם
אתן נִיצַַחְתֶן
הם נִיצְַחוּ
הן נִיצְַחוּ
Future Tense
אני אֳנַצַח or אֳנַצֵחַ
אתה תְנַצַח or תְנַצֵחַ
את תְנַצְחִי
הוא יְנַצַח or יְנַצֵחַ
היא תְנַצַח or תְנַצֵחַ
אנחנו נְנַצַח or נְנַצֵחַ
אתם תְנַצְחוּ
אתן תְנַצְחוּ
הם יְנַצְחוּ
הן יְנַצְחוּ
Imperatives (commands)
Male singular נַצַח or נַצֵחַ
Female singular נַצְחִי
Plural נַצְחוּ

הערב שעבר, הקבוצה של בלטימור ניצחה, אבל ישנתי ולא צפיתי המשחק.
Last night, the team from Baltimore won, but I was sleeping and didn’t watch the game.


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