যোৱা

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Assamese[edit]

Assamese verb set
যোৱ ()
যোওৱা (züüa)
যোওওৱা (züüüa)

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit যাতি (yāti, go; come), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *yáHti, from Proto-Indo-European *yeh₂ti. Cognate with Sylheti ꠎꠣꠃꠣ (zaua), Bengali যাওয়া (jaoya), Nepali जानु (jānu), Hindustani जाना (jānā) / جانا (jānā).

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

যোৱা (züa)

  1. to go, depart
    মই যাব লাগিবmoi zabo lagibo.I will have to go.
    মই ৰেলেৰে গুৱাহাটীলৈ যাব݁ বিচাৰোঁ।
    moi relere guahatiloi zabo bisarü̃.
    I want to go to Guwahati by train.
  2. to go to, extend
    নদীখন বাংলাদেশলৈ যায়
    nodikhon baṅladexoloi zay.
    This river extends to Bangladesh.
  3. an auxiliary verb
    1. marks the passive voice
      কামটো কৰা গ’ল
      kamtü kora gól.
      The work was done.
  4. an element in compound verbs
    1. (with intransitive verbs) indicates motion away from
      ওলাই যোৱাülai züato exit, leave
      পলাই যোৱাpolai züato run away
    2. (with dative subject verbs) indicates a definitive change
      পঁইতাচোৰাটো দেখি তাই ভয় লাগি গ’ল
      põitasüratü dekhi tair bhoy lagi gól.
      Having seen the cockroach, She (nevertheless) became afraid.
    3. (with transitive verbs) indicates completion or haste
      আহি যোৱাahi züato arrive

Conjugation[edit]