Can someone please help me determine the form of the word זָכְרֵנוּ as it appears in the Amida in the Ten Days of Repentance. Looking at the translation I was guessing it to be the imperative plural in present tense of זכר, but I can not find this conjugation in verb tables and Gesenius did not help me neither so far. Please help =)

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    Guys. Asking for grammar help is not off-topic. Asking for grammar help independent of Judaism is. As this is very much related to Judaism (davening) this is most certainly on-topic. – DonielF Nov 15 '17 at 0:38

It is a singular masculine imperative, with a first-person plural pronominal suffix that functions as the object of the verb.

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  • It is a combination of the two words זכר and אותנו - Remember us. – DanF Nov 13 '17 at 16:23

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