Meaning of the word

Amainar means decreasing the intensity or strength of something, calming or softening. Can be used to describe the speed reduction of a wind, decrease the intensity of a storm or the reassure of a person.

Origin of the word

The word “amainar” originates in the Latin “ad” (to) and “manus” (hand), literally meaning “to the hand”. Over time, the term has evolved into the sense of “calming by hand” or “bring to the hand”.

Word adverbs

Adverbs related to the word “amainar” are: amainly, amainly and amainly.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “amainar”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms of “amainar” are: calm, soften, decrease, slow, mitigate, reassure, mitigate.

Word Definitions

  1. decrease the intensity or strength of something;
  2. calm or soften;
  3. Reduce the speed of a wind or storm;
  4. Reassure a person.

Phrases that the word applies

1. The wind began to love at dusk.

2. The doctor recommended tea to love the headache.

3. After the discussion, the tension loved it and everyone calmed down.

Examples of the word in text

The strong wind loved and the waves of the sea calmed down.

After the storm, the sky looked and the sun shone again.

Professor loved the noisy class with a fun story.

Rhymes with the word

The words that rhyme with “amainar” are: teaching, gaining, reaching, burning, dreaming, playing, arriving, finding.

Anagrams with the word

Possible anagrams with the word “amainar” are: cheer up, Mariana, Maniara.

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