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To bless in German 🇩🇪


in English in German S
to bless segnen
How to say “to bless” in German? “Segnen”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “segnen” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on to bless in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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German word: segnen

Tips to remember the German word “segnen”:
1. Associate “seg” in “segnen” with the English word “bless.”
2. Remember that “segnen” starts with the letter “s” and ends with “en,” indicating an infinitive verb.

Explanations:
The German word “segnen” means “to bless.” It is typically used in a religious context to convey a divine blessing or to offer good wishes to someone.

Other words that mean the same thing:
1. “beschützen” (to protect)
2. “gutheißen” (to approve)
3. “glückwünschen” (to congratulate)
4. “beglücken” (to make happy)

Conjugations of “segnen” (infinitive form):
– Present tense:
Ich segne (I bless)
Du segnest (You bless)
Er/sie/es segnet (He/she/it blesses)
Wir segnen (We bless)
Ihr segnet (You [plural] bless)
Sie segnen (They bless)

– Simple past:
Ich segnete (I blessed)
Du segnetest (You blessed)
Er/sie/es segnete (He/she/it blessed)
Wir segneten (We blessed)
Ihr segnetet (You [plural] blessed)
Sie segneten (They blessed)

– Future tense:
Ich werde segnen (I will bless)
Du wirst segnen (You will bless)
Er/sie/es wird segnen (He/she/it will bless)
Wir werden segnen (We will bless)
Ihr werdet segnen (You [plural] will bless)
Sie werden segnen (They will bless)

Examples of sentences using “segnen”:
1. Der Priester wird das Brautpaar segnen. (The priest will bless the couple.)
2. Meine Großmutter hat mich immer vor dem Schlafengehen gesegnet. (My grandmother used to bless me before bedtime.)
3. Wir lassen unser Haus von einem Priester segnen. (We are having our house blessed by a priest.)
4. Die Gläubigen werden um Gottes Segen bitten. (The believers will ask for God’s blessing.)

Note: The verb “segnen” is a regular verb in German and follows the standard conjugation pattern for regular verbs ending in “-en.”

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