h₁eh₁tmén h₁sh₂-énkʷe, uh₁wé gʷr̩néh₁mi!atman wrote: I found a root gʷérH- "to praise" which should be what you were looking for. It inflects as a nasal-infixed present in Vedic Sanskrit.
If we assume it did the same in PIE, and that the laryngeal was h₁, we could say that "I praise" could have been gʷr̩néh₁mi.
I'd never haerd of subjective and objective conjugations in PIE. Looking them up, I found out they are reconstructed for Proto-Uralic, and that they could be cognates to the familiar thematic and athematic conjugations of PIE. That is, if Indo-European and Uralic are related at all, which is totally unproven (for now).
<Atman>VOC <Sangi>VOC=CNJ, 2DU.ACC praise<PRS>1SG
Thanks, Atman & Sangi!