নেওয়া

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Bengali[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Inherited from Prakrit 𑀡𑁂𑀤𑀺 (ṇedi, to lead, take), from Sanskrit नयति (nayati, to guide, lead), from the root नी (, to guide, direct). Within Prakrit, the meaning of "guiding" or "leading" was expanded to mean "taking", as a guide takes someone to a destination, and this secondary meaning was retained in later descendants like Bengali. Doublet of আনা (ana, to bring), নেতা (neta, leader, chief), নীতি (niti, policy, politics, ethics), নায়ক (naẏôk, leader, hero) and নয়ন (nôẏôn, eye).

Verb[edit]

নেওয়া (neoẇa)

  1. to take
    আমি তোমার থেকে বইটা নিব.
    Ami tomar theke bôi-ţa nibo.
    I'll take the book from you.

Conjugation[edit]

Chalita
Sadhu

Antonyms[edit]