1) nazdidan, nazdik šodan; 2) nazdeš
Fr.: 1) approche; 2) s'approcher, approcher
1) (v.intr.) To come near or nearer, as in space or time.
M.E. approchen, from O.Fr. aprochier, from L. appropiare, from ad- "to" + propius "nearer," comparative of prope "near".
1) Nazdidan from nazd "near," Mid.Pers. nazd,
Av. nas- "to come near, approach, reach," nazdišta-
"nearest, next," nazdyo "nearer to," compare with
Skt. nas- "to approach, to reach"
+ -idan "infinitive forming suffix".
Fr.: approche serrée
In astronomy a general term to describe the positions of two or more objects that come unusually near one to another. In particular, regarding an asteroid's position with respect to Earth, when it is within the Moon's orbit.