What are the origins of defenestration

defenestrate (German)

Part of Speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
de | fe | nes | t | rie | ren, past tense: de | fe | nes | t | rier | te, participle II: de | fe | nes | t | riert
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [defenɛsˈtʁiːʁən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) upscale throwing a person out of a window (for execution)
Application examples:
1) “The man with the goose bone jumps up. Defenestate! We're throwing them out the window! Everyone laughs and applauds. "
1) “To the threat of the council as an authority whose conduct is not approved 'Defenestate', Throwing from above out of the window, Mayor Nikolaus Sturm rushed to the assembly and declared the consent of the councilors. "
1) “In view of this Tory nightmare, Boris Johnson may still shy away from the hapless incumbent despite all his career enthusiasm defenestate.
1) “The boasters have to be shut up once and for all. Individual voices were loud that they had to be defenestate, they fully deserved it, patience only makes them bolder. "
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. defenestriere; you defenestrierst; he she it defenestrated
Simple past: I. defenestrated
Subjunctive II: i defenestrated
Imperative: singular defenestrier!; Plural defenestrated!
Participle II: defenestrated
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • English: 1) defenest rate

Grammar / conjugations

Inflection defenestrieren - The conjugation of the verb defenestrieren

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI defenestateyou defenestatehe / she / it defenestrateswe defenestateyou are defenestratingthey defenestate
Present Subjunctive I.I defenestateyou defenestatehe / she / it defenestrierewe defenestateyou defendthey defenestate
Past tense indicativeI defenestratedyou defenestatehe / she / it defenestratedwe defenestratedyou defenestratedthey defenestrated
Past tense subjunctive III defenestratedyou defenestratedhe / she / it defenestratedwe defenestratedyou defenestratedthey defenestrated
Perfect indicativeI've defenestratedyou defenestratedhe / she / it has defenestratedwe have defenestratedyou defenestratedthey have defenestrated
Perfect subjunctive I.I've defenestratedyou have defenestratedhe / she / it was defenestratingwe have defenestratedyou have defenestratedthey have defenestrated
Past perfect indicativeI had defenestratedyou had defenestratedhe / she / it had defenestratedwe had defenestratedyou had defenestratedthey had defenestrated
Past perfect subjunctive III would have defenestratedyou would have defenestratedhe / she / it would have defenestratedwe would have defenestratedyou would have defenestratedthey would have defenestrated
Future I indicativeI will defenestateyou will defenestatehe / she / it will defenestatewe will defenestateyou will defenestatethey will defenestate
Future tense I subjunctiveI'm going to defenestateyou will defenestatehe / she / it will defenestatewe will defenestateyou will defenestatethey will defenestate
Future tense I subjunctive III would defendyou would defenestatehe / she / it would defenestratewe would defenestrateyou would defenestatethey would defenestrate
Future tense II indicativeI will have defenestratedyou will have defenestratedhe / she / it will have defenestratedwe will have defenestratedyou will have defenestratedthey will have defenestrated
Future tense II subjunctive II will have defenestratedyou will have defenestratedhe / she / it will have defenestratedwe will have defenestratedyou will have defenestratedthey will have defenestrated
Future tense II subjunctive III would have defenestratedyou would have defenestratedhe / she / it would have defenestratedwe would have defenestratedyou would have defenestratedthey would have defenestrated

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Defenestration: elevated the throwing out of a person through a window, usually as a method of execution. Origin of the term: substantiation of the verb defenestrate with the suffix -tion Synonyms: 1) Lintel usage examples: 1) Medieval defenestration is often viewed as lynching

defenestrating: Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: de | fe | nes | t | rie | rend Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [defenɛsˈtʁiːʁənt] Grammatical features: Present participle of the verb defenestrate

defenestrated:… IPA: [defenɛsˈtʁiːɐ̯t] Grammatical features: past participle of the verb defenestrieren Part of speech: Conjugated form Hyphenation: de | fe | nes | t | riert Pronunciation / Stress:…

defenestrier:… Hyphenation: de | fe | nes | t | rier Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [defenɛsˈtʁiːɐ̯] Grammatical features: 2nd person singular imperative present active of the verb ...

defenestriere: ... Grammatical features: 2nd person singular imperative present active of the verb defenestrieren 1st person singular indicative present active of the verb defenestrieren 1st person singular ...


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