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jhilmil

twinkling of stars or light

gumaashta

superintendent, deputy, representative, agent, correspondent

sar tan se judaa karnaa

to behead, to cut off the head of (someone)

baKHshii-KHaana

pay office, adjutant or paymasters office, general's office

paiGambar

message bearer, messenger, prophet, apostle

hulm

dreaming in sleep, seeing in sleep, dream, fancy

sarkashii

disobedience, refractoriness, mutiny, rebellion, insurrection

suulii

gallows, gibbet

hammaam

bathroom, bathhouse, hot bath

saahib-e-masnad

one who sits on a cushion, the one who seat on the royal cushion, king, president

nikhaTTuu

one who earns nothing

mastmaulaa

a drunken or careless man

hamla

attack, invasion, charge, aggression

'ubuurii-hukuumat

interim government

'ubuurii

provisional, interim, transitional

baadiyunnazar me.n

at first sight or glance, prima facie, to all appearances, apparently

milansaar

sociable, affable, convivial, friendly

bebaak

daring, bold, fearless

zimnii-intiKHaabaat

an election that happens at a different time from a main election, to choose a Member of Parliament to replace one who has died or left his or her job, by-election

anjaam

result, consequences, end, termination, conclusion, upshot, vexation

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zamiir-farosh

ज़मीर-फ़रोशضَمِیر فَروش

Origin - Persian, Arabic

Meaning

dishonest, treacherous, venal

Proverb of the day

bin maa.nge motii mile.n aur maa.nge mile na bhiik

Meaning

refers to the uncertainties of life, fortune has its vicissitudes

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qibris

क़िब्रिसقِبْرِص

Origin - Greek

Meaning

Cyprus

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aala darje ke lughat ke baghair zabaan ki buniyaadein mazboot nahin hotin.

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Origin - Arabic

poet, versifier, one who knows, one who finds out

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Plural

Origin - Arabic

affliction, grief, torment

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Plural

Origin - Arabic

rule, canon, law, ordinance, regulation

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sadaa

Origin - Sanskrit

always, ever, perpetually, constantly, continually

sadaa

Origin - Arabic

sound, voice, ring, call, shout, cry

qamar

Origin - Arabic

the moon

kamar

Origin - Persian

waist, back, backside

'azm

Origin - Arabic

determination, resolution, intention

'azm

Origin - Arabic

bone

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