amainar

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amainar (first-person singular present amaino, past participle amainat)

  1. to abate (to lessen in force)

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Uncertain. Suggested derivations include:

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amainar (first-person singular present indicative amaino, past participle amainado)

  1. to abate (to lessen in force)
  2. to calm down (to become less excited, intense, or angry)

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Spanish[edit]

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From Catalan amainar, from Gothic *𐌰𐍆𐌼𐌰𐌲𐌹𐌽𐍉𐌽 (*afmaginōn).

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  • IPA(key): /amaiˈnaɾ/, [amai̯ˈnaɾ]

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amainar (first-person singular present amaino, first-person singular preterite amainé, past participle amainado)

  1. to abate; die down
    Antonym: arreciar

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