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  1. ܪܕܵܝܵܐ : 1) Oraham ; intransitive verb : to flow , to move , to proceed , to progress , to go / carry on , to go forward / advance , to move ahead , to move along , to stream (?) , river : to run (?) ; 2) Bailis Shamun : to pad , to walk slowly and lightly , to walk so as to make a muffled sound ; 3) -?- transitive verb : to approve of , to sanction / give sanction to , to endorse , to back , to be for , to second , to approbate (?) / okay (?) / to ratify (?) , to be pleased with , to regard as good , to commend , to think well of , to admire / to look up to (?) ;
  2. ܪܕܵܝܵܐ : 1) children ... : to raise , to rear , to bring up ; 2) intransitive ; see ܗܲܠܸܟ݂ / ܪܕܵܝܵܐ : to travel on foot , to proceed , to walk , to pass / see also ܪܵܕܹܐ / ܕܵܒܹܪ / ܢܵܦܹܩ , to pass by ; 3) to pad , to walk slowly and lightly , to walk so as to make a muffled sound / to sneak / to creep , to walk like a ghost , to tiptoe / to walk stealthily ; 4) transitive : to walk along / to travel on foot along ; 5) intransitive ; water, blood, drinks, people, complaints .... ; see also ܣܵܦܹܩ / ܪܵܕܹܐ / ܫܵܦܹܟ݂ / ܓ̰ܵܪܹܐ / ܫܲܪܫܸܪ : to pour / to flow forth , to roll in , to gush , to surge / to rush water, people .... , to throng (?) , to spurt (?) ; 6) to beat down by treading , to pack down dirt, snow ... with the feet ; 7) Bailis Shamun ; voir aussi ܪܵܕܹܐ / ܬܲܠܡܸܕ / ܣܲܩܸ : to polish / to free from what is harsh or disagreeable , to soften / to refine in manners or condition ... , to humanise / to humanize , to polish / to civilise / to civilize / to make a start on / to start to educate , to ease / to resolve disagreements ;