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cl.1 A1. (prob. connected withyam-and originally meaning,"to stretch") y/atate- (Vedic or Veda and Epic also P.ti-; parasmE-paday/atamāna-, y/atāna-and yatān/a-; perfect tenseyete-,3. pluralyetire- etc.; Aoristayatiṣṭa-; futureyatiṣyate-, ti-; infinitive moodyatitum-; ind.p.-y/atya-), (P.) to place in order, marshal, join, connect ; (P.or A1.) to keep pace, be in line, rival or vie with (instrumental case) ; (A1.) to join (instrumental case), associate with (instrumental case), march or fly together or in line ; to conform or comply with (instrumental case) ; to meet, encounter (in battle) ; to seek to join one's self with, make for, tend towards (locative case) ; to endeavour to reach, strive after, be eager or anxious for (with locative casedative caseaccusative with or without prati-,once with genitive case;also with arthe-, arthāya-, artham-and hetos-in fine compositi or 'at the end of a compound';or with infinitive mood) etc. ; to exert one's self, take pains, endeavour, make effort, persevere, be cautious or watchful ; to be prepared for (accusative) : Causal (or cl.10.) yāt/ayati- (or te-; Aoristayīyatat-; Passive voiceyātyate-), to join, unite (A1.intrans.) ; to join or attach to (locative case) P. ; to cause to fight ; to strive to obtain anything (accusative) from (ablative) ; (rarely A1.) to requite, return, reward or punish, reprove (as a fault) etc. ; (A1.) to surrender or yield up anything (acc) to (accusative or genitive case) ; (P.A1.) to distress, torture, vex, annoy ; according to to also nikāre- (others nirākāre-or khede-) and upaskāre-: Desiderativeyiyatiṣate-grammar : Intensiveyāyatyate- and yāyatti-
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