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לְשַׁמֵר – to preserve, to can (food)

November 26, 2011

Not that our garden was very successful this year, but. While debating what word to use, and realizing it’s been a while since I chose a verb – I figured I’d pick something seasonally appropriate, especially as it starts getting colder here in the US….

Our verb for today – to preserve, to can (food). It also can mean to be conservative or to guard.

Infinitive: לְשַׁמֵר

Root: שמר

ּBinyan: פִּיעֵל

Present Tense
Male singular מְשַׁמֵר
Female singular מְשַׁמֶרֶת
Male plural מְשַׁמְרִים
Female plural מְשַׁמְרות
Past Tense
אני שִׁימַרְתִי
אתה שִׁימַרְתָ
את שִׁימַרְתְ
הוא שִׁימִר
היא שִׁימַרָה
אנחנו שִׁימַרְנוּ
אתם שִׁימַרְתֱם
אתן שִׁימַרְתֱן
הם שִׁימְרוּ
הן שִׁימְרוּ
Future Tense
אני אַשַׁמֵר
אתה תְשַׁמֵר
את תְשַׁמֵרִי
הוא יְשַׁמֵר
היא תְשַׁמֵר
אנחנו נְשַׁמֵר
אתם תְשַׁמְרוּ
אתן תְשַׁמְרוּ
הם יְשַׁמְרוּ
הן יְשַׁמְרוּ
Imperatives (commands)
Male singular שַׁמֵר
Female singular שַׁמְרִי
Plural שַׁמְרוּ

דוגמה:
אחרי קיץ, אני אשמר כל התותים, כי ארצה לאכול אותם בחורף.

After summer, I will preserve all the strawberries, because I will want to eat them in the winter.

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