Объять [Obyyat'] (to come) conjugation

Russian
perfective
1 examples
This verb can also mean the following: grasp, comprehend, embrace.
This verb's imperfective counterparts: обнимать, обымать

Conjugation of eiti

Я
Ты
Он/она
Мы
Вы
Они
Future tense
обойму
obojmu
I will come
обоймёшь
obojmesh'
you will come
обоймёт
obojmet
he/she will come
обоймём
obojmem
we will come
обоймёте
obojmete
you all will come
обоймут
obojmut
they will come
Perfective Imperative mood
-
обойми
obojmi
come
-
-
обоймите
obojmite
come
-
Он
Она
Оно
Они
Perfective Past tense
объял
ob'jal
he came
объяла
ob'jala
she came
объяло
ob'jalo
it came
объяли
ob'jali
they came
Conditional
объял бы
obʺjal by
He would come
объяла бы
obʺjala by
She would come
объяло бы
obʺjalo by
It would come
объяли бы
obʺjali by
They would come
Pres. Act.
Past Act.
Pres. Pass.
Past Pass.
Present Adv.
Past Adv.
Participles
объявший
obʺjavšij
one who came
объятый
obʺjatyj
one who was come
объяв
obʺjav
while coming

Examples of объять

Example in RussianTranslation in English
Я приду в твой дом глухой ночью, прижму подушку к твоему лицу и разряжу в нее всю обойму.I will come to your house in the dead of night, press a pillow over your face, and then I'll empty my gun in it. And they say humans lack a sense of poetry.

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