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Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary 3 Az ({A-} 1. {az}) P. (aor. 3. sg. {-AnaT} to reach , obtain. (aznute} (aor. 3. pl. {AziSata} perf. {Anaze} Vedic forms are: {aznoti} , Subj. {aznavat} , aor. P. anat and A. {aSTa} or {ASTa} , 3. pl. {Azata} or {AkSiSur} Subj. {akSat} Pot. 1. pl.{azema} Prec. {azyAs} {azIya} and pl. {azImahi} , Imper.{aSTu} perf. {AnaMza} or {AnAza} or {Aza} Anaza} 3. pl. {Anazuh} or Azuh} {Anazo} Subj. 1. pl. a {anazAmahai} (AnasyAm} , p.{AnazAna}; {aSTave} Cologne Sanskrit Dictionary az 1 to reach , come to , reach , come to , arrive at , get , gain , obtain (said of an evil , {aMhati} , {aMhas} , {grahi}) to visit to master , become master of to offer to enjoy to pervade , penetrate , fill to accumulate : Desid. {aziziSate} Intens.{azAzyate} 2 az 2 {aznAti} (Pot. {aznIyAt} ; p. {aznat} (see s.v. 1. {azna}) ; aor. Subj. {azIt} {aziSyat} {Asa} perf. p.{Azivas} see {an-Azvas} s.v. {an-Asaka} ; Pass.p. {azyamAna} to eat , consume to enjoy {Azayati}aor. {Azizat} to cause to eat , feed (cf. {Azita}): Desid. {aziziSAti} to wish to eat (azAzyate}
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