Part of speech: verb
Verb type: strong verb (4)
Present participle: usnimands
1. to take; 2. to take down; 3. to take away; to carry away
[← us- pref + niman v; OE ániman; OHG irneman]
usnimiþ - 3 pers, sing, pres, indicat; 2 pers, pl, imper - Mrk. IV, 15; Luk. VIII, 12; Jhn. XV, 2; Cor. I, V, 13; Cor. II, XI, 20
usnimais - 2 pers, sing, pres, optat - Jhn. XVII, 15
usnimada - 3 pers, sing, mediopass, indicat - Luk. XVII, 34; XVII, 35
usnam - 3 pers, sing, p, indicat - Matth. VIII, 17; Luk. VI, 4; Coloss. II, 14
usnemuþ - 2 pers, pl, p, indicat - Mrk. VIII, 19; VIII, 20
usnemun - 3 pers, pl, p, indicat - Matth. XXVII, 9; Mrk. VI, 29; VIII, 8
usnimands - pres.p.- Mrk. XV, 46
usnumans - p.p.- Mrk. XVI, 19

The third (preterite plural) form of this (IV) class of Gothic (and other Germanic languages) features vowel [-ē-] instead of the epenthetic vowel in above classes. The origin of this vowel is the subject of multiple hypotheses. The same lengthened vowel [-ē-] also appears in the third form of the V class strong verbs.

IV class infinitive preterite singular preterite plural past participle
normal grade normal grade lengthened grade zero grade
i/ă -i- -a- -ē- zero
additional element of vowel gradation for this class is any sonant, e.g. -m-, -r-, etc. i + m = im a + m = am ē + m = ēm epenthetic u + m = um
to come; to arrive qiman qam qēmum qumans
i + r = air [-ɛ-] a + r = ar ē + r = ēr epenthetic au [-o-] + r = aur [-or-]
to bear, carry; to bring; to give birth to bairan
bar bērum baurans

See the complete paradigm of the conjugation of strong verbs