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לְהַאֲשִׁים – to accuse, to blame

January 19, 2012

A lot of the time, the word that comes to mind for the word of the day is one of the first few in שאר למתחילֹ that I can’t translate on my own. This is one of those, and fairly useful at that.

This verb also means ‘to indict’, so this may well be useful in the coming weeks when the Attorney General in Israel decides what to do vis-a-vis the Foreign Minister…

Infinitive: לְהַאֲשִׁים

Root: אשׁמ

ּBinyan: הִפְעִיל

Present Tense
Male singular ‫מַאֲשִׁים‬
Female singular ‫מַאֲשִׁימָה‬
Male plural ‫מַאֲשִׁימִים‬
Female plural ‫מַאֲשִׁימות‬
Past Tense
אני הֶאֱשַׁמְתִי
אתה הֶאֱשַׁמְתָ
את הֶאֱשַׁמְתְ
הוא הֶאֱשׁים
היא הֶאֱשִׁימַָה
אנחנו הֶאֱשַׁמְנוּ
אתם הֶאֱשַׁמְתֶם
אתן הֶאֱשַׁמְתֶן
הם הֶאֱשִׁימוּ
הן הֶאֱשִׁימוּ
Future Tense
אני אַאַשִׁים
אתה תַאַשִׁים
את תַאַשִׁימִי
הוא יַאַשִׁים
היא תַאַשִׁים
אנחנו נַאַשִׁים
אתם תַאַשִׁימוּ
אתן תַאַשִׁימוּ
הם יַאַשִׁימוּ
הן יַאַשִׁימוּ
Imperatives (commands)
Male singular הַאַשֵׁם
Female singular הַאַשִׁימִי
Plural הַאַשִׁימוּ

‎אשתי האשימה אותי כי היא לא יודעת איפה הבקבוק של התינוק. אם ישנו טוב, היינו יודעים שזה היה במקרר.

My wife blamed me because she didn’t know where the baby’s bottle was. If we’d slept well, we would have known that it was in the fridge.


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