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Three meanings of the word "conjure"

In any language you can find words, meaningwhich does not clear up, even when it is decomposed into parts. Take, for example, the meaning of the word "conjure." Is it related to the noun "wedge"? And if it is connected, how does it change when joining the prefix "for"?

The lexical meaning of the word "conjure"

You may be surprised, but to the noun "wedge" the verb "zak-klin-at" has nothing to do with.

The meaning of the word "conjure":

word meaning of a word

  1. Trying to subordinate an object to one's will through magical powers: "Do not disturb, the magician Fura conjures a tombstone that is guarding the ancient treasure."
  2. Persistently ask for something, beg for something sacred, important: "Brother, I conjure you in the name of our holy mother: do not go there, do not touch the boys."
  3. Impose an enchantment or prohibition: "The elder has sworn this place."

Morphological properties

It is important to know not only the meaning of the word "conjure",but also to study its morphological properties. This is a transitive verb of an imperfect type, the 1st conjugation. The table below will help you understand the meaning of the word "conjure."

lexical meaning of a word

Past tenseNowadaysFuture tense
1 person, singularI implored my mother not to leave us.I conjure my mother not to leave us.I'll conjure Mom not to leave us.
1 person, pluralWe implored Georgi Nikolaevich not to take his father away.We conjure George Nikolaevich not to take his father away.We will conjure George Nikolayevich not to take his father away
2 person, singularYou swore the sword?Do you conjure a sword?Will you conjure a sword?
2 persons, pluralYou misjudged instruments.You do not correctly conjure instruments.You will conjure instruments.
3 person, singularHe (she, the girl, the boy, my sun) so begs, so hotly conjured (and, o) me in the name of our fathers, that I did not dare to look him (her) in the eyes.He (she, the girl, the boy, my sun) so begs, so hotly conjures me with the name of our fathers, that I do not dare to look him (her) in the eyes.I feel that he (she, the girl, the boy, my sun) will so beg, will so vehemently conjure me with the name of our fathers, that I hardly dare to look him (her) in the eye.
3 persons, pluralThey (sorcerers) in ancient times, swung weapons.They (sorcerers) conjure weapons from ancient times.They (sorcerers) will conjure weapons.

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