Benim meaning

(obsolete) To rob; deprive; bereave.
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(obsolete) To rob; spoil; ravish.
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(obsolete) To take away; take away from. [10th-16th c.]
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Origin of benim

  • From Middle English benimen, from Old English beniman (“to take, assume, obtain, take away from, deprive of, bereave, rob, contain, catch, apprehend”), from Proto-Germanic *binemaną (“to take away”), from *bi- + *nemaną (“to take”), equivalent to be- +‎ nim. Cognate with Dutch benemen (“to take away”), German benehmen (“behave”), Gothic (biniman, “to take away”). See also benumb.

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