KHANDBAHALE.COM - Top word list of character 'a' in Assamese language

a 'dhun' used in Indian classical music. in Assamese

A 'Gutra' of the Assamese Brahmins. in Assamese

a (formal)party, discussion in the evening at somebody's home. in Assamese

a (lazy) person who shuns work. in Assamese

A (man`s) chest opened, sleeveless, waist-length, garment worn underneath a coat. in Assamese

a (rich and usually powerful)businessman in a village or small town in the 19th and (early) 20thcentury in India. in Assamese

a (short) underground passage enabling the pedestrians cross a busy road safely. in Assamese

a (small) dark cave or room in Assamese

a (small), flat piece of wood, metal, plastic with raised edges to carry or hold things like food, glass etc. in Assamese

A (usually long) dramatic speech intended to give the illusion of unspoken reflections. in Assamese

a (white) ball of ricotta-like cheese swimming in syrup made of sugar.It is a popular Indain sweet. in Assamese

a 1000th part of a gram used as a unit of measuring weight... in Assamese

a 1000th part of a liter. in Assamese

a 1000th part of a meter in Assamese

A 2D presentation of any physical item or abstract concept by means of lines and colours in Assamese

A Non-Resident Indian (NRI) is an Indian citizen who has migrated to another country, a person of Indian origin who is born outside India, or a person of Indian origin who resides outside India. in Assamese

A a peddle of handloom. in Assamese

a alternate rising and falling of the sea due to the attraction of the moon and sun. in Assamese

a amount of something that can fill the mouth in Assamese

A aromatic flower that blossoms in the Spring. in Assamese

a assistant officer a college or university and just below the rank of a registrar, who keeps the records of enrollment and academic standing. in Assamese

a assistant principal of a college and just below the rank of a principal. in Assamese

a baby who always/often likes to go out. in Assamese

A bad luck that has caused a trouble. in Assamese

a bag made by tying together the four corners of a piece of cloth. in Assamese

A bag made of paper, plastic or cloth for holding customer's purchases. in Assamese

a bag made of thin rubber or other light material, usually brightly colored, inflated with air or with some lighter-than-air gas and used as a children's plaything or as a decoration. in Assamese

a bag or other contrivance of strong thread or cord worked into an open, meshed fabric, for catching fish, birds, or other animals in Assamese

a ball of rice mixed with milk, sugar, banana etc. that is offered in the name of deceased ancestor as a ritual in Assamese

a ball of thread of conical shape rolled round the spindle of the spinning wheel in Assamese

A ball or hard mass of solidified liquid as of gur or unrefined sugar. in Assamese

A ball played by foot in Assamese

a bamboo contrivance used for dragging the harrow over tilled soil by means of cattle. in Assamese

A bamboo contrivance used to make the ploughed field plain. in Assamese

a bamboo fork which is used for throwing pieces of turmeric, etc. on the day of the Baisakh Bihu. in Assamese

a bamboo hook for gathering grains in straw. in Assamese

a bamboo platform erected over the fireplace. in Assamese

a bamboo platform for keeping water vessels in Assamese

a bamboo pole for carrying a burden on the shoulder. in Assamese

a bamboo rod for beating or stirring boiled sugar-cane juice into gur. in Assamese

a bamboo rod for beating or stirring boiled surgarcane juice (syrup) during preparation of molasses or treacle in Assamese

A bamboo tool for measuring rice grains in Assamese

a bamboo-joint fixed on to the side of a boat to support the cover. in Assamese

A band of cloth or leather or metal links worn high on the arm for decoration.rather than on the wrist. in Assamese

a band of flexible material, as leather or cord, for encircling the waist in Assamese

a bankcard (usually plastic) that enables the holder to withdraw money by ATM system or to have the cost of purchases charged directly to the holder's bank account. in Assamese

a banking system organized in a co-operative system. These banks usually function in their own states and tie up with other nationalized banks if they want to expand their business outside the home state. Usually respective state governments are also a sh in Assamese

a banking system set up to provide banking facilities in the rural sector in Assamese

a bar used to close a gateway in Assamese

A barber`s hair cuting shop, where a barber cut any type of hair, give shaves, and trim beards. in Assamese

a barrier framed by sticks in Assamese

A basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated. in Assamese

a basket used to keep/hold fish that have been just caught in Assamese

a bathing platform for the bride or bridegroom at the time of marriage. in Assamese

A bead made from coral in Assamese

A beam laid along the edge where two sloping sides of a roof meet at the top. in Assamese

a beautiful navel resembling a lotus in Assamese

a beautiful woman having plump thighs in Assamese

a bechelor's degree of music (B.Music)offered by some Indian universities. in Assamese

a beck or motion of the hand, used in calling, to a person at a distance. in Assamese

a bed formed of arrows. in Assamese

A bed where seedlings are grown before transplanting. in Assamese

a bedding item made with two layers of cloth filled with stuffing in Assamese

A being conceived as the perfect, omnipotent, omniscient originator and ruler of the universe in Assamese

a belief or notion, not based on reason or knowledge, in or of the ominous significance of a particular thing, circumstance, occurrence, proceeding, or the like. in Assamese

a believer in freedom of thought, expression, etc; an advocate of libertarianism, a political ideology that holds that the modernist project is fulfilled by individual dominance over the state formation. in Assamese

A believer in one god. in Assamese

a believer in theosophy. in Assamese

a bell hung on an elephant's neck. in Assamese

a belt of mountain, supposed to surround the outermost boundary of the world in Assamese

A bend (cloth, paper, etc.) over upon itself. in Assamese

A bicycle with a motor or engine. in Assamese

A big and round shaped snail that has very slow movement. in Assamese

a big boat that carries passengers or goods. in Assamese

A big brass or bell-metal plate. in Assamese

A big cattleshed where cattle are kept in a big herd for milk and allowed to graze in herd in Assamese

a big cross beam supporting a platform in Assamese

a big dug out with a covering. in Assamese

A big mouth fish like a Climbing fish . in Assamese

a big plate made of brass or bell-metal in Assamese

a big platter made of bamboo which is used for separating chaff or the broken grains by wind. A very essential part of assamese household also used for drying different materials. in Assamese

a big room where several people sleep. in Assamese

a big rope made by twisting a number of ropes together in Assamese

a big size gogona, a traditional Assamese harp-like instrument made of bamboo, usually played by boys. in Assamese

a big visible opening or materials removed from a solid object in Assamese

a big wave, a raised ridge-shaped formation moving across the surface of a liquid, especially the ocean in Assamese

a big, wide hole in Assamese

A bigger and stouter variety of bamboo. in Assamese

a Bihu celebrated in the rice fields during the night just before the Bohag Bihu. In line with the fertility cult, it was believed that erotic songs and dances performed by the young boys and girls in the paddy field will increase the productivity of the in Assamese

a bilingual speaker/user in an otherwise monolingual community, e.g. if an Assamese speaker uses Khasi for his official, personal needs in a Khasi speaking linguistic community where Khasi is the only language used. in Assamese

A bird belonging to the family Cathartidae which feeds on carcasses in Assamese

a bird hunter. One who lives on hunting birds. in Assamese

a bird of the pelican family characterized by pure white plumage, a bare pink facial patch around the eye and pinkish legs in Assamese

a bird of the pelican family, breeds in southern Asia from India to Indonesia in large inland and coastal waters, especially shallow lakes. It is characterized by brown spots on their pink bills in Assamese

A bird of the starling family that can be found in the hills of South Asia in Assamese

A bird of the sterling family, found from India to Indonesia. in Assamese

A bird related to the kingfisher family in Assamese

a bird resembling house sparrows that build retort shaped and complex nests using grass and mud. The nests are woven with long strips of paddy leaves, rough grasses and long strips torn from palm fronds. Each strip can be between 20-60cm in length. A male in Assamese

A bird with a green back and best recognized by its bright red beak in Assamese

a bit of something, especially of grass or straw in Assamese

a biting sensation; a griping pain of abdomen or head in Assamese

A bitter compound present in Cinchona bark; used in malaria therapy. in Assamese

A bitter herb grown in the Himalayan regions known to cure indigestion and insomnia. in Assamese

a black colored common bird in Assamese

a black or dark-brown combustible mineral substance consisting of carbonized vegetable matter, used as a fuel in Assamese

a black small egg of a louse with a sting at one end in Assamese

a black substance produced by putting the burning end of a lighted bamboo or cane strip on iron. in Assamese

a black, carbonaceous substance produced during incomplete combustion of coal, wood, oil, etc., rising in fine particles and adhering to the sides of the chimney or pipe conveying the smoke in Assamese

a black, round paste on the skin of tabla, dholok etc. to create and sustain vibration. in Assamese

A blacklist (or black list) is a list or register of entities who, for one reason or another, are being denied a particular privilege, service, mobility, access or recognition. in Assamese

a blanket made of cotton fibre in Assamese

a blanket or quilted cloth placed under the saddle or pad placed on back of a horse or elephant in Assamese

A blessing esp. those bestowed by a deity to an individual as result of his penance in Assamese

a block of solid material, esp wood or metal, that is shaped like a narrow V in cross section and can be pushed or driven between two objects or parts of an object in order to split or secure them in Assamese

A block of stone or wood containing a hole in the center for cleaning grain with a Dhenki. in Assamese

A blood vessel that conveys blood from different parts of the body to the heart in Assamese

a blood vessel that conveys blood from the heart to any part of the body in Assamese

A bloodsucking aquatic or terrestrial worms typically having a sucker at each end in Assamese

a blow on the head with the hand in Assamese

a blow struck with the elbow, backwards or sideways. in Assamese

a blow with the elbow. in Assamese

a bluish-white metal used as a coating to protect against rust in Assamese

a board displaying the name of a person in pront of his/per house or office in Assamese

a board displaying the name of a shop, institution etc in Assamese

A board game for two players, each beginning with 16 pieces of six kinds that are moved according to individual rules, with the objective of checkmating the opposing king in Assamese

a boat driven by steam. in Assamese

a boat for pleasure voyage in Assamese

A boat propelled by sails in Assamese

A bobbin is a spindle or cylinder, with flanges, on which wire, yarn, thread or film is wound. in Assamese

a body of determinate mass, as of metal, for using on a balance or scale in weighing objects, substances, etc. in Assamese

a body of fresh or salt water of considerable size, surrounded by land in Assamese

a body of nonelective government officials; an administrative policy-making group; a system of administration marked by officialism, red tape, and proliferation in Assamese

A body of people who settle far from home but maintain ties with their homeland; inhabitants remain nationals of their home state but are not literally under the home state`s system of government. in Assamese

a body of persons appointed to decide a case either by the parties themselves or by the orders of the authorities. in Assamese

a body of persons having the power to legislate in Assamese

A body suspended from a fixed support so that it swings freely back and forth under the influence of gravity in Assamese

A body, surface, or device that reflects light, heat, sound, or the like. in Assamese

a bomb that can be set to explode at a particular time. in Assamese

a bond of love and affection. in Assamese

a bond or obligation of record entered into before a court of record or a magistrate, binding a person to do a particular act. in Assamese

a book bound with rigid protective covers (typically of cardboard covered with cloth, heavy paper, or sometimes leather). in Assamese

a book by Kabin Phukan on the history of Assamese poetry. in Assamese

a book containing the grammatical rules of a language in Assamese

A book containing the names and residences of the inhabitants of any place, or of classes of them; an address book; as, a business directory. in Assamese

A book etc. produced by collecting materials, articles, etc. in Assamese

a book of records pertaining to various details of land holdings in a specific revenue area in Assamese

A book or bound collection of maps, sometimes with supplementary illustrations and graphic analyses. in Assamese

a book with blank pages meant for writing on it in Assamese

a book written by Srimanta Sankardeva, on the basis of Brahma Purana, describing the pilgrimage places of Srikshetra in Orissa and the installation of statue of Jagannath in Assamese

A booklet that instructs on the usage of a particular tool in Assamese

a boring or drilling tool in Assamese

A bottle opener that pulls corks. in Assamese

a bottle, usually of glass, having a rounded body and a narrow neck. used to maintain their contents (often but not always liquid) at a temperature higher or lower than ambient temperature, while retaining the ambient pressure of approximately 1 Atmospher in Assamese

a bound inflectional or derivational element added to a base or stem to form a fresh stem or a word. in Assamese

a bound or loose-leaf book consisting of blank pages, pockets, envelopes, etc., for storing or displaying photographs, musical recordings, stamps, or the like, or for collecting autographs. in Assamese

a boundary line between land of different owners in Assamese

a bouquet of lotus flowers in Assamese

a bow used in dramatic performance. in Assamese

a bow-shaped bird catching apparatus in Assamese

A bowl-shaped, usually metal vessel, often with a funnel-shaped cover, into which tobacco chewers periodically spit. in Assamese

A box enclosure for a witness when testifying in Assamese

a box kept aside for depositing monetory donations in Assamese

A boxlike container in a piece of furniture; made so as to slide in and out. in Assamese

a boy fostered by one's parent and treated like a brother. in Assamese

a boy of the age of 15/16 years. in Assamese

a brahman who has not studied the Vedas in Assamese

a branch of a river flowing away from the main stream but leading to no other body of water; a blind or dead-end channel in Assamese

a branch of a tree taking the shape of a fork in Assamese

A branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters. in Assamese

a branch of computer science that aims to create intelligence in machines. in Assamese

a branch of Earth Sciences that studies the Earth's oceans and seas. It covers a wide range of topics, including marine organisms and ecosystem dynamics; ocean currents, waves, and geophysical fluid dynamics; plate tectonics and the geology of the sea flo in Assamese

a branch of ecotourism that studies geographical, geomorphological, geological aspects of an area in addition to other features of ecotourism. in Assamese

a branch of linguistics that studies all aspects of the relationship between language and society such as social attitudes to language, varieties of language, social basis of multilingualism,linguistic identity of social groups, the patterns and needs of in Assamese

A branch of mathematics in which symbols, usually letters of the alphabet, represent numbers or members of a specified set and are used to represent quantities and to express general relationships that hold for all members of the set in Assamese

a branch of mathematics which studies mathematical methods that are typically used in science, engineering, business, industry etc. in Assamese

a branch of medicine dealing with children and their diseases. in Assamese

A branched, slender-stemmed perennial vine. The leaves are arranged in opposite pairs along the stems and are heart-shaped or triangular with an acute tip and a broad base. Leaves may be 4-13cm long. Once established, Mikania micrantha spreads at an alarm in Assamese

a breath of i.e. a slight movement of air/wind. in Assamese

a bride`s maid, usually a married woman, whose hunsband is alive in Assamese

a brief explanation or meaning of a text or word or diagram in Assamese

A brief sexual or romantic relationship outside the marriage in Assamese

a brief speech or statement in Assamese

A brief, indefinite interval of time in Assamese

A bright blue colored valuable gemstone of the mineral corundum. The basic composition of the gemstone is Aluminium oxide (?-Al2O3) with trace amount of Iron. in Assamese

a bright green coloured gem in Assamese

a brightly colored fish eating bird found in Assam in Assamese

a brilliant electric spark discharge in the atmosphere, occurring within a thundercloud, between clouds, or between a cloud and the ground in Assamese

A brilliant red pigment traditionally used on their forehead by married Hindu woman. Chemically, HgS. in Assamese

a bristling of the hair on the skin from cold, fear, etc. in Assamese

A British unit of volume for measuring liquid. It is equal to 4.54609 litres and accepted by the commonwealth countries including Ireland in Assamese

a broad course of action adopted by a federal government in pursuit of its objectives. in Assamese

a broad piece of sawed timber. in Assamese

A broad, level, open expanse of land in Assamese

a broad, shallow container of metal, usually having sides flaring outward toward the top, used in various forms for frying, baking, washing, etc. in Assamese

A broadcast in television in Assamese

a broadcast of something , specially in TV or radio in Assamese

A brother (may or may not be of same parents) who is elder than yourself. in Assamese

A brother (may or may not be of same parents) who is younger than yourself. in Assamese

a brown colored rare bird of northeastern India numbering less than10,000 and threatened by habitat loss and degradation. Found in Kaziranga, Dibru-Saikhowa and D'Ering Wildlife sanctuaries. in Assamese

a brush for applying paint in Assamese

a brush for cleaning teeth in Assamese

a brutal, coarse, or ignorant act in Assamese

A bsic chemical element designated by the symbol Mn. It has the atomic number 25. It is found as a free element in nature (often in combination with iron), and in many minerals. As a free element, manganese is a metal with important industrial metal alloy in Assamese

a Buddhist monk from Tibet or some other countries from the South East Asia; a title given to a spiritual leader of Buddhism in Tibet. in Assamese

a budding jackfruit. in Assamese

a budding leaf in Assamese

a buffalo of any foreign breed in Assamese

a building material that is a powder made of a mixture of calcined limestone and clay; used with water and sand or gravel to make concrete and mortar in Assamese

a building or place where stocks and other securities are bought and sold in Assamese

A building where animals are killed/butchered for food. in Assamese

a building where sth is manufactured / built in Assamese

a building where the Jews meet for worship. in Assamese

a building with a dommed or curved ceiling to represent the night sky and moving images of the planets and stars, used to educate or entertain people in Assamese

a building with glass sides and glass roof. in Assamese

a building with simple accommodation, especially for female students in education institution. in Assamese

a building with simple accommodation, especially for male student in education institution. in Assamese

a building with simple accommodation, especially for student in education institution. in Assamese

a building, room, or area, usually chiefly of glass, in which the temperature is maintained within a desired range, used for cultivating tender plants or growing plants out of season. in Assamese

A building, room, or outdoor structure for the presentation of plays, films, or other dramatic performances. in Assamese

A bunch of curly hair hanging over the forehead. in Assamese

a bunch of flower arrange in an attractive way so that it can be carried in a ceremony or presented as a gift . in Assamese

a bunch or bundle of dried pieces of wood/twigs tied together used for burning on a fire. in Assamese

a bunch or cluster of fruits like areca nut in Assamese

a bundle containing areca-nuts, etc. symbolizing a future child, which is placed on the lap of a girl on the day of celebration of her attainment of puberty in Assamese

a bundle of clothes in Assamese

a bundle of coarse yarn, a sponge, or other absorbent material, fastened at the end of a stick or handle for washing floors, dishes, etc. in Assamese

a bundle of hot rice, sand, etc. used for fomentation (therapeutic application of warmth) in Assamese

a bundle of paddy ears freed from the leaves in Assamese

a bundle of split cane generally containing five pieces. in Assamese

a bundle of thatch used for making roof of a house in Assamese

a bundle of twenty pan leaves. in Assamese

A bundle or loose twist or braid of soft threads, or a woven strip or tube, as of cotton or asbestos, which in a candle, lamp, oil stove, cigarette lighter, or the like, serves to draw up the melted tallow or wax or the oil or other flammable liquid to be in Assamese

A buoyant device used to support something in water or another liquid. in Assamese

a bus with two decks/floors, one on the top of the other. in Assamese

A bushy annual plant of the legume family, grown for its lens-shaped seeds. It is about 15 inches (38 cm) tall and the seeds grow in pods, usually with two seeds in each. in Assamese

a business establishment in Assamese

a business or manufacturing activity carried out in very samll units often in peoples' houses. in Assamese

A business owned and run jointly by its members, with profits shared; working or acting together willingly for a common purpose or benefit in Assamese

A business that serves other businesses. in Assamese

A calculous concretion found in the intestines of certain ruminant animals, formerly regarded as an unfailing antidote for poison. in Assamese

A call to engage in a contest, fight, or competition in Assamese

a calm and confident manner with control of your feelings or behaviour in Assamese

A candidate contesting an election who do not owe allegiance to any political parties in Assamese

A canto of the Mahabharata. in Assamese

A cap that coveres all over the head upto the neck except eyes, nose and mouth. Specially used in winter season. in Assamese

A card that contain messages to invite someone for special occasion i.e. meeting, marriage, death anniversary etc. in Assamese

A card that contains message of invitation of marriage to relatives, friends, colleagues etc. in Assamese

a cardinal compass point, the direction in which a compass needle points in Assamese

A cardinal compass point, the direction in which the sun sets. in Assamese

A cardinal number indicating the absence of any or all units under consideration. in Assamese

a cardinal number, 1 plus 1. in Assamese

a carnivorous animal living on land, looks like a big squeeral. They can hanlde poisonous snakes skillfully. in Assamese

a carnivorous mammal of the genus Vulpes and related genera, related to the dogs and wolves and characteristically having upright ears, a pointed snout, and a long bushy tail in Assamese

a carnivorous mammal of the genus Vulpes and related genera, related to the dogs and wolves and characteristically having upright ears, a pointed snout, and a long bushy tail. Kingdom: Animalia in Assamese

a carriage in a train in Assamese

a carriage to carry the dead body to the cremation ground, grave. in Assamese

a carriage which is positioned on the back of an elephant, or occasionally some other animal, used most often in the past to carry wealthy people or for use in hunting or warfare. in Assamese

A carrier run by engine or animals, a animal that carries passenger or goods. in Assamese

a carrier system for digital signals that uses regenerative versus linear repeaters and time division multiplexing. in Assamese

A case for holding or carrying arrows. in Assamese

a case for keeping pens in Assamese

a case in which a dead human body is inclosed for burial. in Assamese

a case made of bamboo or wood to cover knives or swords in Assamese

A case or bag stuffed with some soft and elastic material used placed over a hard surface for seating comfort in Assamese

A case under the judicial process without reaching the judgement in Assamese

a catalog listing the courses offered by a college or a university in Assamese

a category of newborns with human qqualities as per astrological classification. in Assamese

a category of single-edge sword (in China) or big knife (in India) used primarily for slashing and chopping in Assamese

a cave in the mountain. in Assamese

A cave with a Siva dham where artificial Siva Ling is made up of ice. It is situated in the northern Kashmir of the Himalayas. in Assamese

a cavity formed by joining the palms of the hands together. in Assamese

a celestial body moving about the sun, usually in a highly eccentric orbit, consisting of a central mass surrounded by an envelope of dust and gas that may form a tail that streams away from the sun in Assamese

A celestial body with so high gravitational pull that even light cannot escape. Usually these bodies are formed by collapsing massive star in Assamese

a cell or a device that converts energy and heat from sunlight into electricity or electrical energy. in Assamese

A cell, a group of cells, or an organ that produces a secretion for use elsewhere in the body or in a body cavity or for elimination from the body in Assamese

a cell, cell product, or organism that is genetically identical to the unit or individual from which it was derived. in Assamese

a celstial spirit having wings in Assamese

a census town in Tinsukia district in the Indian state of Assam. The name Margherita actually derives from the Italian queen and dates back to the late 19th century as a token appreciation for the Italian Chief Engineer of a rail section Chevalier R Pagin in Assamese

a center established to assist job-seekers find job and employeers to get suitable candidates in Assamese

A center of population, commerce, and culture; a town of significant size and importance. in Assamese

A center with internet connections where one can pay on hourly basis to browse the internet or use desktop computer for other purposes. in Assamese

a central university in Hyderabad established to promote research and train teachers in linguistics, English and Foreign Languages Teaching, Literature and related disciplines. For detailed information, please visit the university website www.efluniversit in Assamese

A cereal grass that is cultivated extensively in warm climates for its edible grain. in Assamese

a cereal plant bearing small nutritious seeds in Assamese

A ceremonial act or a series of such acts dictated by religion or tradition in Assamese

A ceremonial four-inch curved dagger that Sikh men and women are obliged to wear at all times. in Assamese

a ceremony at which a princes chooses her own husband. in Assamese

a ceremony organised by a university to confer degrees to its students in Assamese

a ceremony performed by Hindus on the third day after death. in Assamese

a ceremony performed by the female folk at the time of the bride-groom`s arrival at the gate of bride`s home in Assamese

a ceremony performed during a woman`s pregnancy wishing a male child. in Assamese

a ceremony performed on the day after marriage. in Assamese

a cerimonial act of washing specially on religious occasions in Assamese

A certain period of time or a specified length of time in Assamese

a certificate issued by a company acknowledging that it has borrowed money on which interest is being paid. in Assamese

a certificate issued by the government or any other authorized agency to/(for)a new born baby containing his/her name, date and place of birth and parents' names. Usually it can be obtained from the office of the Registrar of Birth and Death and the infor in Assamese

A certificate or document which certify or signature by any higher officers to produce any examination or jobs. in Assamese

a cessation of hostilities in Assamese

A chadar used by the priests in the Hindu rituals. The chadar has god & goddess name imprinted on it. in Assamese

a chain made of gold or silver used as a girdle or ornament in Assamese

a chain or string of pearls in Assamese

A chair mounted on a curved support so that it can rock backward and forward. in Assamese

a change brought about by a ferment, as yeast enzymes, which convert grape sugar into ethyl alcohol in Assamese

a change directly from the solid to the gaseous state without becoming liquid in Assamese

a change in the form or pronunciation of a word or a phrase which results from a mistaken assumption about its origin, composition or meaning. Often the explanation is plausible but factually inaccurate. in Assamese

a channel on the edge of a roof to carry off rainwater in Assamese

a character in the Ramayan. He assisted Ram in his fight against Ravan. in Assamese

A character, or accent, a mark placed over a French vowel and in Latin and some other languages, denoting a long and contracted syllable. in Assamese

A characteristic sign or an indication of disorder or disease, especially when experienced by an individual as a change from normal function, sensation, or appearance. in Assamese

a chemical agent that oxidizes, i.e. coverts (an element) to oxide by adding oxygen in Assamese

a chemical compound consisting of three (3) atoms of oxygen. in Assamese

A chemical compound containing Oxygen. in Assamese

A chemical compound of iron and sulfur. It is crystalline and green in color. Chemical Formula: FeSO4 in Assamese

a chemical compound that can donate a hydrogen ion (H+) to a base or alkali. in Assamese

a chemical element in gaseous form in room temperature. 80% of Earth's atmosphere is composed of this gas and the key to survival of life forms in Assamese

A chemical element with atomic number of 11. in Assamese

A chemical element with atomic number of 6, the building block of the biosphere of the Earth. in Assamese

a chemical element with properties intermediate between those of typical metals and nonmetals in Assamese

A chief naval officer at the time of Ahom kingdom. now a sur name of Assam. in Assamese

a chief or superior sage in Assamese

A child in the earliest period of life, especially before he or she can walk. in Assamese

A children’s game in which one player covers his or her eyes while the other players hide, and then tries to find them in Assamese

A chronic respiratory disease, often arising from allergies, that is characterized by sudden recurring attacks of labored breathing, chest constriction, and coughing in Assamese

A chronic, often fatal disease occurring chiefly in Asia, caused by the protozoan parasite (Leishmania donovani) and characterized by irregular fever, enlargement of the spleen and liver, and emaciation. in Assamese

a chronometer kept on table or hang on the wall etc in Assamese

a cigarette made of tobacco wrapped in dry leaf of certain trees in Assamese

a circle inscribed within a triangle in Assamese

a circle of educated and intelligent people with knowledge of and taste for literature in Assamese

A circle that passes through each of the vertices of a polygon. in Assamese

A circular building in Assamese

a circular frame or disk arranged to revolve on an axis, as on or in vehicles or machinery in Assamese

A circular object, form, line, or arrangement with a vacant circular center in Assamese

a circular orgament worn on the finger in Assamese

A circular piece of smooth wooden board used when baking pastries. It can be used as a work surface to perform various tasks throughout the baking process. It can also be used for a number of other kitchen activities, and sometimes goes by the more genera in Assamese

a citizen of Israel. in Assamese

a citizen of the united stated of america or anything that originates from the united stated of america in Assamese

A citizen who has legal right to vote and elect a candidate for a post. in Assamese

a citrus fruit with a color that can be produced by mixing red and yellow known by the same name (orange). in Assamese

a city in Japan. The first atom bomb was dropped here. in Assamese

A city in the South India in Assamese

A city in the South India, capital of the Indian state of Andra Pradesh. There is another town in Pakistan by the same name. in Assamese

a city in the State of Uttar Pradesh, India, which is an important place of pilgrimage for the Hindus in Assamese

A city in west-central India, considered to be the commercial center of the country. Also, the center of the Hindi movie industry popularly known as 'Bollywood' in Assamese

A city located in Saudi Arabia. The holiest pilgrimage of the Muslims. in Assamese

A city of United Kingdom, famous for its century old university of the same name in Assamese

A city on the northern bank of the river Brahmaputra in Assamese

a civil wrong not exclusively the breach of a contract or the breach of a trust; wrong (not criminal) committed to somebody or other's property, something which disturbs but is not a crime in Assamese

A clan of the Ahoms who were dwelling near the river Dihing. in Assamese

A clan of the Ahoms. in Assamese

A clan of the Deuris. in Assamese

A clan of the Deuris. This clan is believed to be lost. in Assamese

A class of arthropods that can have 40 to 600 legs and curl into a tight coil — protecting their delicate legs inside an armoured body exterior. in Assamese

a class of eight demigode. in Assamese

a class of labourers during the Ahom Raja's time whose principal duty was to catch elephants for the State. in Assamese

A class of men below the rank of officers but above the rank of Paiks, under the Ahom regime. Now it is a surname of Assam in Assamese

a class of men during the Ahom Raj`s time whose principal duty was to supply saltpeter. in Assamese

a class of men in Assam who rears the p?? silk-worm. in Assamese

a class of men who were employed in making boats or in the navy during the Ahom regime. in Assamese

a class of p?iks under the ?hom kings whose principal duty was to paint, make images, sculptures, etc. in Assamese

a class of people of the Ahom Era in Assamese

A class of priests of the old Ahoms. The head priest was known as 'Chring phukon' Now both of these are the family titles of Assam. in Assamese

A class of revenue officer of the Koch Kingdom of Assam. Now it is a surname of Assam. in Assamese

A class of subjects engaged in carrying the net etc. for the Ahom king while going for hunting. in Assamese

A class of the Kachari people who were engaged in washing gold from river-sand for the Ahom kings.Now it is a surname of Assam. in Assamese

a classic text on the tabla and some aspects of Indian classical music by Paban Bordoloi. in Assamese

a classical dance form of India originated in Tamilnadu. It is the combination of BHA-Bhava(expression), RA-Raga and TA-Tal (rhythm) in Assamese

A clawed forefoot of an animal especially a quadruped. in Assamese

A cleansing and emulsifying agent, usually made by treating a fat with an alkali, as sodium or potassium hydroxide, and consisting chiefly of the sodium or potassium salts of the acids contained in the fat. in Assamese

a cleansing with water or other liquid, especially as a religious ritual in Assamese

a clear picture of an incident in Assamese

a clear white water-soluble crystalline salt of ammonia. The aqueous ammonium chloride solution is mildly acidic. in Assamese

A clear, colorless, odorless, and tasteless liquid, H2O, essential for most plant and animal life. in Assamese

a clear, transparent mineral in Assamese

A cleft is a fissure or opening—a gap upon the lip and cleft. Or it is a cut mark upon the uper lip and under the nose with cleft up to palate. in Assamese

A climbing creeper used in medicine. The climber is found throughout the tropical regions of India. In Himachal Pradesh, it is frequented as a robust climber in Una, Paonta, Hamirpur, Kangra, Mandi and Chamba regions, upto 1200 m elevation above mean sea in Assamese

a clock mounted on a wall. in Assamese

A clod of hardened dry soil. in Assamese

A closed box-like space, usually part of a cooker, which is heated for cooking food. in Assamese

a closed system or body that does not need to rely on outside or others to be complete in Assamese

A cloth canopy which allows a person or heavy object attached to it to descend slowly when dropped from an aircraft. in Assamese

a cloth folded twice or made into two folds in Assamese

a cloth or carpet spread on the ground to walk on in Assamese

a cloth to wrap or cover the body in Assamese

a cloth torn to shreds in Assamese

a cloth used by men with an embroidered border at the end of one fold in Assamese

A cloth worn about the waist. in Assamese

A cloth worn over the waist cloth by officers of the Ahom King (Swargadew), extending from the waist to the knee and tied to the waist with a cloth girdle. in Assamese

a cloudlike mass or layer of minute water droplets or ice crystals near the surface of the earth, appreciably reducing visibility in Assamese

A cloverlike Eurasian plant (Trigonella foenum-graecum) having white flowers. Its mildly bitter seeds and aromatic leaves are used as flavorings. in Assamese

a clublike armor-breaking weapon of war, often with a flanged or spiked metal head, used chiefly in the Middle Ages. in Assamese


A coarse seam joining two ends of two pieces of torn cloth. in Assamese

A coarse trailing vine (Cucurbita pepo) widely cultivated for its fruit.
in Assamese

A coarse woven fabric usually made from jute fibers. in Assamese

a coil made of straw for supporting the bottom of an earthen pot in Assamese

A coin of value of half of a rupee or a gold or silver mohar. in Assamese

a cold drink made from fruits etc.; a type of fruit and or vegetable juice mixed with water, sugar, salt etc. Refreshing for the body. in Assamese

A cold-blooded vertebrate of the class Reptilia, comprising the turtles, snakes, lizards, crocodilians etc in Assamese

A collaborative website containing articles on various topics where everyone can use and edit the articles in it through the internet. in Assamese

a collection of facts in the form of numbers or texts from which conclusions may be drawn in Assamese

a collection of five articles derived from the cow, viz, milk, curd, ghee, cow`s urine and cow-dung, which is used as a purifier. in Assamese

a collection of five precious gems or objects (diamond, gold, silver, coral and ruby; or gold, silver, pearl, quartz and copper) in Assamese

a collection of game events scheduled within short period of time, played among a small group of teams in Assamese

a collection of minute bubbles formed on the surface of a liquid by agitation, fermentation in Assamese

a collection of numbers, one derived from the previous one(s) in the sequence by a certain predefined rule in Assamese

a collection of particles made of water vapor, dust and icicles above the earth's surface which is visible with naked eyes in Assamese

A collection of selected literary passages (especially of poems). in Assamese

a collection of ships or boats in Assamese

a collection of small fishes of various kinds in Assamese

a collection of the Charyapads edited by Haraprashad Shastri. in Assamese

a collection of written papers on a subject in Assamese

a collective name for several genera of mid-sized birds in the pheasant family Phasianidae. New World quails (family Odontophoridae) and buttonquails (family Turnicidae) are not closely related but named for their similar appearance and behaviour. Quails in Assamese

a collectively refers to the wives of brothers in Assamese

A college or university teacher who ranks above an associate professor. in Assamese

a college or university(usually technical or professional in India) teaching position whose rank is above an Assistant Professor but just below the designation of a Professor. Reader in other universities in Assamese

A colloidal system involving one liquid dispersed in another. in Assamese

a collyrium applied to the eyelashes. in Assamese

a colored glossy compound (opaque or partially opaque) that is fused to the surface of metal or glass or pottery for decoration or protection in Assamese

a colorless and odorless flammable gas in Assamese

A colorless volatile liquid, CHCl3 used as an anaesthetic. It is a powerful solvent of wax, resin, etc., and is extensively used to produce anaesthesia in surgical operations; in Assamese

A colorless, odorless, tasteless, gaseous mixture, mainly nitrogen (approximately 78 percent) and oxygen (approximately 21 percent) with lesser amounts of argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, neon, helium, and other gases. This mixture with varying amounts of in Assamese

A colorless, watery, body fluid carried by the lymphatic system, that consists mainly of white blood cells. in Assamese

A colour or pigment varying around a light grey-brown colour (refer picture). in Assamese

A coloured liquid used for writing or drawing. in Assamese

a coloured piece of cloth wrapped round the waist. in Assamese

a colouring substance derived from lac in Assamese

a colourless, tasteless odourless gaseous element that forms largest part of the atmosphere in Assamese

A comb like device used to weave cloths in hand looms, Reed in Assamese

a combination of certain stars at the birth of a child,considered to be fatal to its mother in Assamese

a comic actor in a play, cinema or such other performances. in Assamese

a comic, funny quality of a person or a drama etc in Assamese

a command given to an elephant to get up at ease from a kneeling posture. in Assamese

a command or authorization to act in a particular way on a public issue given by the electorate to its representative in Assamese

a commanding army officer above the rank of a Lt. Colonel and a below a Brigadier. in Assamese

A commercial and entertainment exhibition in Assamese

a commercial enterprise in Assamese

a common admission test for the five year LL.B and the two year LL.M programme for some government law universities in India. One can take the test after 10+2 for the LL.B programme and after LL.B for the master's course. For details, please visit in Assamese

A common belief held by a community in Assamese

A common bird of Assam.It is a member of the bulbul family of passerine bird.It is widely spread throughout the indian sub-continent also it is found in Sri Lanka,Myanmar,Southwestern China. in Assamese

a common disorder in which blood pressure remains abnormally high (a reading of 140/90 mm Hg or greater) in Assamese

A common Indian bird of the starling family. Scientific name is Acridotheres tristis. in Assamese

A common member of the family Columbidae. in Assamese

A common ornamental plant in gardens with a flower shaped like a cockscomb. Some varieties have flowers in various shades of red or various shades of yellow. It belongs to the amaranth family. in Assamese

A common salad vegetable grown in temperate regions in Assamese

a common species of deer in India with reddish coat with spots on it in Assamese

a common species of non-venomous snake found in Asia. Found in or near fresh water lakes or rivers. Feeds mainly on small fishes and water frogs. in Assamese

A common surname found among the people of Mising tribe in the state of Assam in Assamese

A commonly cultivated lac producing insect in Assamese

A communication between two hills or either side of a river by means of rope and small cabs. A ropeway is a form of naval lifting device used to transport light stores and equipment across rivers or ravines. in Assamese

a community hall in Garo villages in Meghalaya where all unmarried young males live together before they get married. in Assamese

a community hall in Tiwa villages in Assam where all unmarried young males stay together. in Assamese

a company managed by the government where government is also the major shareholder in Assamese

A company that performs a public service (subjected to government regulation), The service (electric power, water or transportation) provided by a public utility in Assamese

A comparatively large bag made of coarsely woven sack cloth or hessian cloth used for holding customer's purchases like as for grain, potatoes, rice etc. in Assamese

a compelling need or desire for food in Assamese

a complete change of opinion, plan etc. in Assamese

a complete dress of a man. in Assamese

a complex system of hardware to carry out specific tasks in Assamese

a computational writing system that allows most of the languages of the world to be represented in the computer in Assamese

A computer which provides some service for other computers connected to it via a network. The most common example is a file server which has a local disk and services requests from remote clients to read and write files on that disk. Another common exampl in Assamese

A concept coined by Freud and popularised by French philosopher Althusser. It means that different structures come together to determine a situation and no single structure is capable on it`s own to effect the resultant determination. This concept was dev in Assamese

A concept popularised by Hungarian philosopher and literary critique George Lukacs. Reification means, `the act of transforming human properties, relations and actions into properties, relations and actions of man-produced things which have become indepen in Assamese

a concept popularised initially by Althusser who drew a distinction between early and mature Marx by using this notion. in Assamese

a concerete slab as the roof of a building in Assamese

a conch that is blown to announce victory. in Assamese

a condition in which each thing is properly disposed with reference to other things and to its purpose; methodical or harmonious arrangement in Assamese

a condition of deep sleep in Assamese

a condition of the eye in which parallel rays are focused behind the retina, distant objects being seen more distinctly than near ones in Assamese

a condition of the eye in which parallel rays are focused in front of the retina, objects being seen distinctly only when near to the eye in Assamese

A condition or place of great disorder or confusion. in Assamese

A condition or situation in which something is required or wanted in Assamese

A condition or situation that do not inspire in Assamese

A condition set prior to an action in Assamese

a condition that is characterized by walking while asleep or in a hypnotic trance in Assamese

a condition when your attention is completely held by what you are listening, reading or watching. in Assamese

a condition where parts of the body like fingers and toes are seriously injured/ damaged as a result of freezing temperature. in Assamese

a conduct not accepted or established as consistent with principles of personal and social ethics in Assamese

A conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters. in Assamese

A conflict or difference of opinion in Assamese

A confrontation between opposing groups in which each attempts to harm or gain power over the other, as with bodily force or weapons. in Assamese

a conical net tied on a bamboo frame in the form of a circle. in Assamese

a conjecture formed from the sound of foot-steps of the approaching person or animal in Assamese

a connected group of pages on the World Wide Web regarded as a single entity, usually maintained by one person or organization and devoted to one single topic or several closely related topics. in Assamese

a connecting word that connects two or more equivalent options. in Assamese

a conspicuous, rounded body within the nucleus of a cell in Assamese

a constant or variable term in a function that determines the specific form of the function but not its general nature, as a in f(x) = ax, where a determines only the slope of the line described by f(x). in Assamese

a construction build to shelter, keep, or store in Assamese

a construction enclosing an area to prevent movement of people and/or animal in/out of the area in Assamese

A construction having a roof with a single slope on each side of the ridge supported at the end by a vertical triangular portion of an end wall. in Assamese

A container for holding water or any other liquid while drinking. in Assamese

A container for ink. in Assamese

a container made of cane or bamboo in Assamese

a container that holds a magnetic tape used for recording or playing sound or video. in Assamese

A container that is used to put or keep things in. in Assamese

A container usually made of iron or from wood to hold materials to be pulverized for pounding betelnut, pan leaf etc.. for the use of an old person. in Assamese

a container, case, or receptacle, usually rectangular, of wood, metal, cardboard, etc., and often with a lid or removable cover. in Assamese

A container, usually with a cylindrical bottom and tapered neck in Assamese

A content word that can be used to refer to a person, place, thing, quality, or action. in Assamese

a contest in which two people or teams pull opposite ends of a rope in an attempt to drag the opposition over a central line in Assamese

A contest of speed between horses; usually held for the purpose of betting. in Assamese

A continent located in the Antarctic circle in Assamese

a continuous extent of length, straight or curved, without breadth or thickness; the trace of a moving point in Assamese

A continuous nonspatial whole or extent or succession in which no part or portion is distinct or distinguishable from adjacent parts. in Assamese

a continuous shrilling sound uttered by an owl in Assamese

A contract granting use or occupation of property during a specified period in exchange for a specified rent. in Assamese

A contractor who supervises daily wage labors in Assamese

a contractual relationship between two or more persons carrying on a joint business venture with a view to profit, each incurring liability for losses and the right to share in the profits in Assamese

A contribution for the support of a government required of persons, groups, or businesses within the domain of that government in Assamese

A contrivance for winding thread in handloom industry; used to keep the thread bunches prior to winding on the ugha. Chereki's are also made of bamboo. in Assamese

a contrivance of rope used by a Mohout while riding and conducting the elephant. in Assamese

A contrivance of two bamboos, the upper ends of which cross each other and are tied a little below where they cross, used in raising timber or heavy weight. in Assamese

A conventionalized statement expressing some fundamental principle. in Assamese

a converging lens used to produce heat or ignite substances by focusing the sun's rays in Assamese

A cook of the Ahoms of rank,a class of men whose duty was to cook for the Rajah/king and the Ministers.Now it is a surname of Assam. in Assamese

A cooking utensil consisting of a metal vessel with two handle specially made of iron. in Assamese

a cooking vessel made of brass in Assamese

a cooling substance, such as ice or solid carbon dioxide, used in a refrigerator in Assamese

a cord passed through the cartilage of the nose of a animal. in Assamese

a cord with a lead bob attached to one end, used to determine perpendicularity in Assamese

A core memory in function and is a read / writes memory. It is a temporary storage device of the computer’s. in Assamese

a corner, a secluded place in Assamese

a countless times (bigger or better) in Assamese

A country in North-East of Africa. in Assamese

A country in the South America. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil. It is also the home of the largest rain forest - Amazon. in Assamese

a country in the south Asia in Assamese

A country is a country with a relatively low standard of living, undeveloped industrial base, and moderate to low Human Development Index (HDI). more here in Assamese

A country located in the North American continent in Assamese

a country situated in the northside of the Himalaya. in Assamese

a couple of Arjuna trees uprooted by young Krsna. in Assamese

A course of action, guiding principle, or procedure considered expedient, prudent, or advantageous in Assamese

a course of study (lower than a degree course) at a college or university; a certificate/document stating that somebody has successfully completed a course of study. in Assamese

a court for trying members of the armed services accused of breaking military law. in Assamese

a court having trial jurisdiction over usually minor civil matters, like cases related to wealth in Assamese

A court judgment, especially a judicial decision of the punishment to be inflicted on one adjudged guilty. in Assamese

a cover of a vessel or box in Assamese

A cover over a bed or head for shelter or decoration in Assamese

A covered type of litter for a stretched-out passenger, carried on four poles on the shoulders of four or more bearers, as formerly used in Asia in Assamese

a covered vehicle, with or without side windows at the back side, that can carry goods and/or passengers. in Assamese

a covering of the face in Assamese

a covering or bunch of human or artificial hair used for disguise or adornment in Assamese

a cow giving a calf after every three years in Assamese

a cow giving birth to a calf at two years interval in Assamese

a cow giving birth to a calf every two years. in Assamese

a cow or bull having no horns. in Assamese

a cow that gives milk. in Assamese

A cow that has not yet had a calf in Assamese

a cow without her calf. in Assamese

a crack or slit in the blade of a cutting knife in Assamese

A craft or occupation requiring skilled use of the hands. in Assamese

A craftsman who shapes pottery on a potter's wheel and bakes them it a kiln. in Assamese

a crafty or underhanded device, maneuver, stratagem, or the like, intended to deceive or cheat in Assamese

a crayonlike oil-based cosmetic used in coloring the lips, usually in a tubular container. in Assamese

A creature, often imaginary, having a strange or frightening appearance. in Assamese

A creeper plant and its fruit like monodelpha. Its fruits are not edible. in Assamese

a creeper plant or its leaves eaten with betel-nuts in Assamese

A creeper that bears long-pepper and looks like a betel-leaf. People use as a pungent spice. in Assamese

a creeper, cultivated in various parts of India and Malayasia. Its roots and fruits in Assamese

a crescent-shaped ornament worn on the neck. in Assamese

A cress which grows in running water and whose strong-lasting leaves used in salad. in Assamese

a crucial or important point of time in Assamese

A crucial test; an evaluation/examination of great significance. in Assamese

a cry or exclamation of distress in Assamese

a cry with low, plaintive, broken sounds (like a baby) in Assamese

a crying disease of children supposed to be caused by an evil spirit. in Assamese

a crystalline compound, sodium chloride, NaCl, occurring as a mineral, a constituent of seawater, etc., and used for seasoning food, as a preservative, etc. in Assamese

A culture distorted by malign cultures, customs originating from a foreign land. in Assamese

A cup-shaped hollow metal instrument with a pendulum inside that emits a tone when struck. in Assamese

A current, as of air or water, below another current or beneath a surface. in Assamese

a curry or gravy made from boiled potato/eggs in Assamese

a curvature of a road, river etc in Assamese


A curved flat piece of wood that can be thrown so as to return to the thrower, used by Australian aboriginals for hunting. in Assamese

A custardlike food with a tart flavor, prepared from milk curdled by bacteria, especially Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus, and often sweetened or flavored with fruit. in Assamese

a custodian of a store or warehouse in Assamese

A cute rodent of the family Sciuridae with large bushy tails in Assamese

a cutting remark to hurt someone intentionally in Assamese

a cylinder for keeping oil, made of bamboo; an internode of bamboo with the two nodes on either side intact is used for this purpose by making a small hole on the node of one side in Assamese

A cylinder of papers or other materials created by rolling them up in Assamese

a cylindral implement made of bamboo used by weavers in Assamese

A cylindrical container usually made of bamboo used to store corn. in Assamese

a cylindrical container with a flat top and bottom, used to store liquids in Assamese

A cylindrical metal container for gases like oxygen and LPG, stored under high pressure. in Assamese

a cylindrical roll of finely cut tobacco cured for smoking, considerably smaller than most cigars and usually wrapped in thin white paper. in Assamese

A cylindrical shaped bamboo receptacle used in milking a buffalo/cow. in Assamese

A cylindrical shaped freshwater fish with round, silvery-gray, dark scales on upper body. in Assamese

A damage to reputation in Assamese

a damp and shady place in Assamese

A dance form of Bihu where men hold hands of each other. in Assamese

A dance presented by casting shadows of dancers on a screen in Assamese

a daring or bold resistance to authority or to any opposing force in Assamese

A dark area that sometimes appears on the sun’s surface. in Assamese

a dark figure or image cast on the ground or some surface by a body intercepting light in Assamese

a dark oil formed from fossilified organic matter and accumulated in porous rocks consisting mainly of hydrocarbons in Assamese

a dark tertiary color with a yellowish or reddish hue in Assamese

A daughter of one`s son or daughter. in Assamese

a day after the main Bihu i.e. Bohag Bihu. in Assamese

a day and night of Brahma, which amounts to 1,000 yugas or 4,320,000,000 years in Assamese

A day of the week. The time for one complete rotation of the earth around Sun. in Assamese

a day on which most people usually work (for business, in offices etc. as professional,official requirement or for livelihood etc.) e.g. Sunday is not(usually) a working day in many countries. in Assamese

A day on which work is suspended by law or custom in Assamese

a day other than the one being spoken about in Assamese

A day specified for religious observance. in Assamese

a dealer in lime in Assamese

a death occured without warings (irrespective of the age of the victim) in Assamese

A deciduous shrub with thin gray bark in Assamese

A deciduous tree or its fruit that is bitter sour in taste in Assamese

a declaration in the court of law that somebodyorsome persons or organisation is not guilty, an official declaration stating that a person is not guilty of an offence or crime in Assamese

a deed by which lands held in common, co-parcenary, or joint tenancy are separated into different portions and distributed among several persons in Assamese

a deed of acceptance of land settlement in Assamese

a deed of contract between a Muhammedan husband and wife. in Assamese

a deep area in a water body in Assamese

a deep guttural sound of anger or hostility in Assamese

a deep hole drilled underground to obtain mineral oil in Assamese

a deep line cut with a sharp weapon on metallic pot or wood in Assamese

a deep narrow passage between two high mountains in Assamese

A deep narrow steep-sided valley (especially one formed by running water). in Assamese

a deep orange colour in Assamese

a deep plate made from the sheath of a banana tree. in Assamese

A deep red, translucent variety of the mineral corundum, highly valued as a precious stone. in Assamese

a deep rumbling sound that sometimes precedes an earth-quake. in Assamese

a deep track made by a wheel on soft ground. in Assamese

A deep, inarticulate sound uttered in derision, disapproval, desire, etc. in Assamese

a deep, round utensil, used chiefly for holding liquids, food, etc. in Assamese

A deep, tender, ineffable feeling of affection and solicitude toward a person in Assamese

a deep, wet sand which can suck in people, animal, vehicle etc. when they try to move over it; a wet, deep sand or mud that one can sink in if s/he walks on it. An unpredictable dangerous situation in Assamese

A deep, wide trench, usually filled with water, surrounding the rampart of a fortified place, as a town or a castle. in Assamese

a defender of religion and morality. in Assamese

A deformity marked by medial angulation of the leg in relation to the thigh, an outward bowing of the legs, giving the appearance of a bow. Usually there is an outward curvature of both femur and tibia. Genu varum is distinguished from Blount's disease in Assamese

a deliberate intention of doing something that is against the law in Assamese

A deliberate refusal to eat, undertaken in protest against imprisonment, improper treatment, objectionable conditions, etc. in Assamese

a delicious, spicy Indian snack made with deep fried round shaped dough of maida. in Assamese

A demarcated area consisting of voters who elect a representative through electoral process in Assamese

a dense black wood, most commonly yielded by several species in the genus Diospyros, but ebony may also refer to other heavy, black (or dark colored) woods from unrelated species. Species of ebony include Diospyros ebenum (Ceylon ebony), native to souther in Assamese

A description of a person's attributes, traits, or abilities. in Assamese

A designation between a General Manager and a Manager in Assamese

A desk is a furniture form and a class of table often used in a work or office setting for reading or writing on or using a computer. Desks often have one or more drawers to store office supplies and papers. Unlike a regular table, usually only one side o in Assamese

a desolate place full of wild trees and no human habitation in Assamese


a deviation from accuracy or correctness; the condition of believing what is not true in Assamese

A deviation from the horizontal or vertical. in Assamese

a device consisting of an iron or steel core that is magnetized by electric current in a coil that surrounds it in Assamese

A device containing such a material, especially one used to remove impurities from the water supply. in Assamese

a device for catching rats in Assamese

a device for connecting railway vehicles or parts og machinery together. in Assamese

A device for raising heavy objects off the ground, especially vehicles so that a wheel can be changed. in Assamese

a device for slowing or stopping motion, as of a vehicle. in Assamese

a device for throwing a beam of light to a long distance in Assamese

a device having an enclosed lamp and a lens-like opening, formerly used for projecting and magnifying images mounted on slides or films in Assamese

a device made of iron or other metal used to weave netting with thick thread in Assamese

a device made of one or two internodes of bamboo by partly removing a stripe from each side, used for keeping dao or knife hanging from the wall in Assamese

a device or apparatus for circulating fresh air in Assamese

a device or apparatus for lifting or elevating in Assamese

a device that can generate electrical energy by converting mechanical energy in Assamese

A device that computes, especially a programmable electronic machine that performs high-speed mathematical or logical operations or that assembles, stores, correlates, or otherwise processes information. in Assamese

a device that converts signals produced by one type of device (as a computer) to a form compatible with another (as a telephone) in Assamese

A device that delivers an electric current by direct conversion of chemical energy stored in a fuel (fuel is like hydrogen, methanol etc.) in Assamese

a device that is used to move the air around, either an object made of folded paper or other material that you wave with your hand, or an electric device with wide blades that spin round in Assamese

A device that magnifies the volume of one's voice by converting electrical signals into sound in Assamese

a device that makes a long loud sound as a signal or warming. in Assamese

A device that produces a very narrow, highly concentrated beam of light. Lasers have a variety of uses in such areas as surgery, welding and metal cut ting, and sound and video recording and reproduc tion. The name is an acronym for Light Amplification by in Assamese

a device that produces electricity to provide power for radios, cars, etc. in Assamese

a device to measure the quantity of rain. in Assamese

a device to which may be attached the conductors of a cord and which by insertion in a jack, or screwing into a receptacle,establishes contact. in Assamese

A device used by the weaver to prepare and wound eri silk from cocoon. It is in the form of a stick; one side of which is equipped with a circular piece of wood or zinc. in Assamese

A device used for transportation on surfaces with low friction, usually snow or ice. Generally a smooth underside enable a sledge to slide. in Assamese

a device used to fetchen the opening of any clothings. in Assamese

a device with a rotating horizontal disk upon which clay is molded by a potter in Assamese

A device with an explosive that burns at a low rate and with coloured flames; can be used to illuminate areas or send signals etc. in Assamese

a device, especially the gas pedal of a motor vehicle, for increasing speed. in Assamese

a device, machine, or the like whose structure or function suggests a trap for mice in Assamese

A device, often baited, for catching animals in Assamese

A device, usually an arrangement of straps or wires, placed over an animal's mouth to prevent the animal from biting, eating, etc. In Assamese culture the particular meaning of muzzle goes to those which are made up of bamboo. in Assamese

a devotee monk of Buddhism in Assamese

A devotional song is a hymn which accompanies religious observances and rituals. in Assamese

a diagram made up of simple lines used to explain a complex process in a simple manner in Assamese

a diagram or chart that shows the relationship between the members of a family for a long period of time or several generations. in Assamese

A diagram showing the flow of activities that a computer software is programmed to perform. in Assamese

a diagram showing the physical locations of places in Assamese

A dialect of Assamese, spoken in Darang district of Assam in Assamese

A dialect of the erstwhile Goalpara district of Assam (now Dhubri, Goalpara, Kokrajhar and Bongaigaon districts). in Assamese

a dictionary like book where words are arranged in groups that have similar meanings in Assamese

a diet consisting of the proper quantities and proportions of foods needed to maintain health or growth in Assamese

a diet of only fruits in Assamese

a difference of weight on a scale between the two sides of a scale in Assamese

A differentiated part of an organism, such as an eye, wing, or leaf, that performs a specific function in Assamese

A difined structure of authority and power in Assamese

A dimensionless geometric object having no properties except location. in Assamese

a diplomatic epistle to a kind sent by another through an accredited agent. in Assamese

a direct or incidental reference in Assamese

a direction in between between north and east in cardinal compass in Assamese

a direction in between between north and west in cardinal compass in Assamese

a direction in between between south and east in cardinal compass in Assamese

a direction in between south and west in cardinal compass in Assamese

a direction which is directly opposite to north in compass in Assamese

A disc or circle of light, shown surrounding the head of a sacred person, esp. in religious paintings, etc in Assamese

a discipline dealing with theoretical and practical aspects of teaching languages. in Assamese

a discipline of study which draws insights from linguistics (and psychology) and applies them for language teaching. in Assamese

A discussion involving opposing points; an argument in Assamese

a discussion to seek useful information from an experienced person, usually conducted in one-to-one private meeting. in Assamese

a disease caused by a person's type, condition of work. in Assamese

a disease causing painful inflammationand stiffness of the joints in Assamese

A disease characterized by purulent skin eruptions that may leave pockmarks, often caused by various animal viruses. i.e. Small pox,Chicken pox in Assamese

A disease characterized by rapid growth of cells in the body, often in the form of a tumor. in Assamese

A disease in which the nail loses its clearness and leads to white in color, partially or completely. in Assamese

A disease of infants and young children; larynx or trachea characterized by a hoarse cough and difficult breathing. in Assamese

a disease of the lungs caused by inhaling iron or other metallic particles. in Assamese

a disease or condition characterized by which blood pressure remains abnormally low. in Assamese

A disease that inflammation in a corner of nail. in Assamese

A disease where white spots are formed on the skin in Assamese

a disgraceful or discreditable action, circumstance in Assamese

a dish of eggs beaten and mixed together (with onion, etc.), fried and folded. in Assamese

a dish prepared from a jumbled mixture of vegetables in Assamese

a dishonest and futile attempt in Assamese

a dishonest person who does fulfill his responsibilities in Assamese

a disorder of the nervous system, characterized either by mild, episodic loss of attention or sleepiness (petit mal) or by severe convulsions with loss of consciousness (grand mal). in Assamese

A disorder of vision due to a deviation from normal orientation of one or both eyes so that both cannot be directed at the same object at the same time. in Assamese

A disposition to exhibit uncontrolled anger. in Assamese

a distance equal to 8 or 9 miles in Assamese

A distance from the surface of the bottom to the waist. in Assamese

a distant, unknown place in Assamese

A distinct ethnic groups of Assam mostly residing in the Dibrugarh and Tinsukia Districts of Upper Assam and an integral part of greater Assamese social and cultural matrix. They are part of the greater `Bodo-Kachari` ethno-group of Assam speaking Tibeto- in Assamese

a distinct part or subdivision of anything in Assamese

a distinct portion of written or printed matter dealing with a particular idea, usually beginning with an indentation on a new line. in Assamese

A distinctive odour that is offensively unpleasant. in Assamese

a distinguishing mark or sign of anything in Assamese

A distribution of prizes by lot or chance.A game of chance. in Assamese

A district and a town of Assam in Assamese

A district in lower Assam. in Assamese

A district in lower Assam; It is situated in between 26oN and 27o N latitude and 91o E and 97o E longitude ; It is on NH31 in Assamese

A district of Assam, situated on the north bank of Brahmaputra. Sonitapura was an ancient city which was the capital of Banasura mentioned in Mahabharata. Now it is called Tezpur. It is the headquarter of Sonitpur district. in Assamese

a diverse group of eukaryotes, of the kingdom Protista, that are primarily unicellular, existing singly or aggregating into colonies, are usually nonphotosynthetic in Assamese

a division of a district in Assam in charge of a fiscal officer called Mouzadar. in Assamese

a division of a stanza in Assamese

a division of territory, as of a country, state, or county, marked off for administrative, electoral, or other purposes in Assamese

A divorced woman or a woman who is separated from her husband in Assamese


a doctor who performs plastic surgery. in Assamese

a doctor who specializes in examining and treating the eyes. in Assamese

a doctor who specializes in dentistry.They have B.D.S./M.D.S. (Bachelor/Master of Dental Surgery degree which is different from M.B.B.S and M.D., M.S. D.M. etc in Assamese

a doctor who specializes in the treatment of diseases of the skin in Assamese

a document containing astronomical information pertaining to a family in Assamese

A document of tenants, usually including the rental rate and it's accounts. in Assamese

a document to send money in Assamese

a document with blank spaces to be filled in with particulars before it is executed. in Assamese

A document, etc. altered or modified slightly to incorporate corrections in Assamese

a dome shaped monument erected to house Buddhist relics or to commemorate significant events or facts of Buddhism or Jainism. in Assamese

A domesticated carnivorous mammal (Canis familiaris) related to the foxes and wolves and raised in a wide variety of breeds. in Assamese

a door behind a house in Assamese

A double-storied royal pavilion of Ahom kings with unique architectural features (Lat. 26°58’ N Long. 94° 41’ E). in Assamese

a downward stroke with the elbow in Assamese

a drama captured by video camera in Assamese

A drama set to music; consists of singing with orchestral accompaniment and an orchestral overture and interludes. in Assamese

A dramatic composition, a play in which resulting in a successful or happy conclusion. in Assamese

a drawing board mounted on a tripod, used in the field, with an alidade, for surveying tracts of land in Assamese

A drawing representing the relationship between two sets of data using dots, lines or bars in Assamese

A drawing with colors and with artistic value. in Assamese

A dream with frightening events and bad experiences in Assamese

A dreamlike musing or fantasy while awake, especially of the fulfillment of wishes or hopes. in Assamese

a dress given to the bridegroom by the bride's father (or from her family)which he should wear during the marriage ceremony. in Assamese

a dried leaf of banana tree in Assamese

A dried shell of a fruit bottle gourd. The shell of the gourd, when dried, has a wooden appearance and used as percussion instruments by cultures around the world. in Assamese

A drink credited with magical power; can make the one who takes it love the one who gave it. in Assamese

A drink taken as a medicine to give a feeling of energy or well being. in Assamese

a drop of dew in Assamese

a drop of perspiration in Assamese

a drug for reducing or relieving pain in Assamese

a drug mixed with sugar and water or honey into a pasty mass suitable for oral administration (usually chewable) in Assamese

a drug produced from Cannabis flower and used for medicinal and recreational purposes. in Assamese

a drug with a calming effect without inducing sleep in Assamese

a drum(dhol)- shaped ornament worn on the neck. in Assamese

a drum-like musical instrument especially played during war in Assamese

a dry curry of fish and vegetables in Assamese

a dry fruit consisting of an edible kernel or meat enclosed in a woody or leathery shell in Assamese

a dry patch of blood in Assamese

a dry stalk of the jute plant devoid of its bark in Assamese

a dull, grayish brown color, often found as hair color of dogs or cows. in Assamese

A durable covering meant for the foot (below the ankle) with a flexible upper of leather or plastic and a sole and heel of heavier material in Assamese

a duty or responsibility laid upon or entrusted to one in Assamese

a dwelling in the a farm in Assamese

A dwelling place together with the family or social unit that occupies it in Assamese

A electro-mechanical machine that rotates an axis on application of electricity. It is used to run other devices like pumps, grinder etc in Assamese

a equipment used in spectrometer to obtain parallel rays. in Assamese

A European vegetable (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) of the mustard family, having a globose head consisting of a short stem and tightly overlapping green to purplish leaves. in Assamese

A eyeglasses, worn to protect the eyes from hazards such as wind, glare, water, or flying debris. in Assamese

a fabric case filled with soft,firm or springy material used for sleeping on. in Assamese

A fabulous arrow said to have been used in ancient time which when shot used to kill the enemy all around. in Assamese

A fabulous cow granting anything asked for or the name of the divine cow of plenty as Indian religious book in Assamese

a fabulous substance which,when put on one's forehead is said to give anything desired. in Assamese

A fabulous tree in heaven which yields whatever is asked for in Assamese

a Facebook movement of a group of people from Assam and elsewhere trying to create a space for the Assamese language, literature and culture and spread information on Assam in the cyber world by writing in Assamese in the internet. in Assamese

A facial expression characterized by an upward curving of the corners of the mouth and indicating pleasure, amusement, or derision. in Assamese

A facial expression of dislike or displeasure. in Assamese

A facility provided to (the customer) in Assamese

a faint or indistinct idea in Assamese

A faint star of enormous density, a small star composed mostly of electron-degenerate matter. They are very dense; a white dwarf's mass is comparable to that of the Sun and its volume is comparable to that of the Earth. Its faint luminosity comes from th in Assamese

a fair organized by publishers or booksellers to promote the sale of books. in Assamese

a false or febricated story or thing in Assamese

a family descended from the daughter`s line in Assamese

a family priest performing the seasonal sacrifices in Assamese

a famous Assamese, Vaishnavite poet contemporary to Srimanta Sankardev in Assamese

A famous character in Assamese folk-tales. She used to symbolize an innocent girl, whom her step mother kills after heavy torture, and Tejimala reborn in the form of trees, birds etc to reveal the truth to everyone and particularly to her merchant father in Assamese

A famous fair with historical significance in Assamese

a famous king of Lunar race, after whom the dynasty was named; ancestor of Dhritarashtra and Pandu in Assamese

A famous Krishna temple, situated in North Guwahati. The temple has two idols, i.e. of Lord Shyamaray and Lord Govinda. 'Dol' utsav or `Holi` is celebrated here in the month of February every year with much funfair. in Assamese

A famous pilgrimage city of Uttaranchal, India, where Ganga enters the Indo-Gangetic Plains of North India for the first time. in Assamese

a famous sage, son of sage Kuxik in Assamese

a famous temple in Uzan Bazaar, a place in the eastern zone of Guwahati, Assam. Goddess Ugra Tara is the deity to whom the temple of Ugra Tara is dedicated. Ugra Tara is another form of Goddess Parvati. Ugra Tara temple was established by King Siva Singh, in Assamese

A fancy cord or lace or coloured thread for fastening on the waist or wearing on the neck as ornament. in Assamese

a farmer who gives a part of his/her crop to the owner of the land where he cultivates. The farmer does not have the ownership of the cultivated land. in Assamese

A fast growing forest tree in the family Meliaceae. The species can grow to around 60m in height and its trunk can reach 3m in girth. The timber is red in colour. It is an important timber tree, providing a valuable hardwood used for furniture, ornamental in Assamese

a fast growing weed pollens that can cause allergy found in nitrogen rich soil and can be eaten as vegetable in Assamese

a fast observed by Mohammedan. at day time during the ninth month of their calendar. in Assamese

a fastener attached to a door that can be opened by only a unique key in Assamese

A father of your grandparent. in Assamese

a favorable juncture of circumstances in Assamese

a favored companion (female); a female friend in Assamese

a feast arranged in honour of the Brahmans in Assamese

a feast given to the kinsmen on the tenth day of the funeral ceremony in Assamese

a feast or meal taken in the residence of a relative in Assamese

A feature that helps to identify, tell apart, or describe recognizably; a distinguishing mark or trait. in Assamese

A feeling of agitation and anxiety caused by the presence or imminence of danger in Assamese

a feeling of agitation expressed in continual motion. in Assamese

A feeling of appreciative, often deferential regard in Assamese

a feeling of delighted approval or liking in Assamese

a feeling of discontent or covetousness with regard to another's advantages, success, possessions, etc in Assamese

a feeling of quiet anger in Assamese

a feeling or condition of hostility or unfriendliness in Assamese

a feeling or state of great joy or pride out of praise in Assamese

a fellow disciple initiated by the same Guru. in Assamese

a femal who reaps crops in Assamese

A female actor who acts in a film, play, etc. in Assamese

a female animal which is young enough to conceive and yet to reach the stage of being pregnant. in Assamese

a female ascetic who lives by certain vows and spends her life in prayer and contemplation in a monastery or convent in Assamese

A female attendent in a passenger aircraft in Assamese

a female child or person in relation to her parents. in Assamese

a female domestic servant kept to do the dirty and boring jobs in a house in Assamese

a female freiend of your mother or the wife of your father's friend. in Assamese

A female having the same parents as another or one parent in common with another in Assamese

a female member of a religious group, especially a nun. in Assamese

A female sovereign who is the official ruler or head of state and wife of the king. in Assamese

a female spirit supposed to reside at the junction of three roads in Assamese

A festival celebrated at the end of the harvest season, on the occasion of the harvest of the last sheaf of grain. in Assamese

a festival sometimes observed by the cultivators at the clost of the agricultural operations. in Assamese

A festival to celebrate Radha Krishna’s pastime of swinging on a golden swing. It is celebrated from Shukla Ekadashi (11th Tithi/phase of the Moon of the light fortnight) until Purnima (the day of the full moon) in the sacred month of Shravana. in Assamese

A festivals where the bridegroom is invited to his in-laws place on the eighth day of the marriage. The groom, his best pal and a few of people younger to the groom accompany him to the bride’s place on the day of Aath Mongola. Generally the people who ar in Assamese

a feudal vassal which is controlled by a feudal lord in Assamese

A fictious name assumed by an author in Assamese

a fictitious prose narrative of considerable length and complexity, portraying characters and usually presenting a sequential organization of action and scenes in Assamese

a field covered with stubble. in Assamese

a field of education comprising especially of domestic skill oriented courses offering inputs in housekeeping, home decoration, cookery, food and nutrition, child development, stitching etc. in Assamese

a field of sesamum plants. in Assamese

a field where bricks are made. in Assamese

a field where rice is cultivated in Assamese

a field where rice is grown for transplanting. in Assamese

A figure having four sides, with the opposite sides set apart at an equal distance and of equal length. in Assamese

a filler sound in the beginning or middle of some songs. It does not have meaning but is still in taal and laya of the song. in Assamese

a fine black pigment consisting of almost pure carbon collected as soot from the smoke of burning oil, gas, etc. in Assamese

A fine cord made from cotton or similar materials in Assamese

A fine for no offense or a penalty that has been imposed by mistake. in Assamese

A fine for no offense. in Assamese

A fine lustrous fiber composed mainly of fibroin and produced by certain insect larvae to form cocoons, especially the strong, elastic, fibrous secretion of silkworms used to make thread and fabric. in Assamese

A fine-grained, firm earthy material that is plastic when wet and hardens when heated, consisting primarily of hydrated silicates of aluminum and widely used in making bricks, tiles, and pottery. in Assamese

a finely granular variety of gypsum, often white and translucent, used for ornamental objects or work, such as lamp bases, figurines, etc. in Assamese

a finger hole of flute, etc. in Assamese

a finger`s width in measure in Assamese

a fire kept burning continuously for long time in Assamese

a firm where cows are raised for commercial milk production. in Assamese

A firm, edible, usually rounded fruit of a deciduous Eurasian tree (Malus pumila) having alternate simple leaves and white or pink flowers. in Assamese

a first-order equation involving two variables, e.g. x + y = 7 in Assamese

a fish (carp) of the Cyprinidae family, found in fresh water sources around the Bay of Bengal, particularly in the rivers of Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Myanmar in Assamese

A fish of the order Cypriniformes and Family Cobitidae. in Assamese

a fish that lives/swims together in a group in Assamese

a fish variety without scales in Assamese

a fit or suitable thing in Assamese

A fixed amount of a commodity (especially food items) officially allowed to each person during a time of shortage. in Assamese

a fixed amount of money paid to a worker, usually measured on a monthly or annual basis in Assamese

a fixed amount, other than wages, paid at regular intervals to a person or to the person's surviving dependents in consideration of past services. in Assamese

A fixed and persistent intent or purpose that satisfies someone. in Assamese

A fixed and persistent intent or purpose; a firm decision in Assamese

a fixed place of residence in Assamese

a flag used by children for playing, made of a short bamboo pole fitted with a light piece of cloth or paper in Assamese

a flat and low stool made of wood in Assamese

A flat bamboo strip used in Assamese hand loom. in Assamese

a flat brick type building material made of clay, prepared in kiln. in Assamese

a flat device with narrow pointed teeth on one edge; disentangles or arranges hair in Assamese

a flat japi without the crown with a handle affixed in the middle. in Assamese

a flat platform usually made from wood, used for low level seating in Assamese

a flat ring or perforated piece of leather, rubber, metal, etc., used to give tightness to a joint, to prevent leakage, to distribute pressure, etc., as under the head of a nut or bolt in Assamese

A flat shape with four sides (straight) in Assamese

a flat stick for stirring things when being cooked in Assamese

A flat utensil used to serve food. in Assamese

a flat, hard area in front of the house where people sit or store something. in Assamese

A flattened pieces of rock where spices are grind. in Assamese

A fleshy protuberance under the beak of birds that is used for store foods. in Assamese

A fleshy underground root (tuber) of arum which serves for reproductive and food storage. The tuber of few species of arum are also taken as food. in Assamese

a flexible container with a single opening. in Assamese

A flexible sheath, usually made of thin rubber or latex, designed to cover the penis during sexual intercourse for contraceptive purposes or as a means of preventing sexually transmitted diseases. A similar device, consisting of a loose-fitting polyuretha in Assamese

a flexible strip of wood or other material, bent by a string stretched between its ends, for shooting arrows; ALSO, an instrument used for cleaning cotton in Assamese

a flexible, transparent fiber made of a pure glass (silica) not much wider than a human hair. It functions as a waveguide, or light pipe, to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber.[ in Assamese

a flock of sheep blindly following the leading sheep. in Assamese

A flood caused by heavy or excessive rainfall in a short period of time, generally less than 6 hours. Flash floods are usually characterized by raging torrents after heavy rains that rip through river beds, urban streets, or mountain canyons sweeping ever in Assamese

A floppy disk is a data storage medium that is composed of a disk of thin, flexible (floppy) magnetic storage medium encased in a square or rectangular plastic shell . Invented by IBM, floppy disks in 8, 5.25, and 3.5 formats enjoyed many years as a popul in Assamese

a floral tribute to God or somebody who is dead. in Assamese

A flower that blossoms just for one night. in Assamese

A flowering plant found in Asia and Africa. Its leaves and their powder are used dyeing hair, skin and leather. in Assamese

A flowering plant found in temperate Asia and Africa which is the source of the Indigo dye in Assamese

a flowering plant with flat seeds used as a condiment and as a source of edible oil in Assamese

a fluid substance taken with or after a medicine in Assamese

A fly of genus Hypoderma. It is slightly larger than house fly and are parasitic on cattle. Adults are large, hairy, bee-like and brown. in Assamese

A flying machine with a long horizontal fans above the human or cargo carrying cabin and a long tail. A small proper at the end of the tail helps to maintain balance in Assamese

a flying vehicle that propels itself my means of a propeller i.e. rotating fan displacing air in great speed or by means of jet engines. in Assamese

A focal point under Ministry of Human Development for the delivery of services to children and mother's in rural & urban areas. in Assamese

a folk dance from the Indian state of Assam related to the festival of Rongali bihu. This joyous dance is performed by both young men and women, and is characterized by brisk dance steps,and rapid hand movement. Dancers wear traditionally colorful Assames in Assamese

a folk song of mising community of east Assam, India in Assamese

a follower of Mahatma Gandhi or his ideas in Assamese

a follower of the Yajurveda. in Assamese

A followers of the socialist theories of the late Chinese leader Mao Zedong in Assamese

a fond, affectionate way of calling (naming)the middle son. in Assamese

A food item prepared with the head of big fishes along with lentil etc. in Assamese

a foot resembling a lotus in Assamese

A foot soldier or infantryman armed with a musket/gun. in Assamese

a foot-pound-second unit of power, equivalent to 550 foot-pounds per second, or 745.7 watts. It is A STANDARD FOR MEASURING THE POWER OF AN ENGINE. in Assamese

a force that results due to the action of muscles in Assamese

A forceful impact with the fist on the face. in Assamese

a forest located near Indraprastha in ancient Delhi in Assamese

A form assumed by God for carrying out specific task as per Hindu or Budhist mythology in Assamese

A form of abuse on newcomers to educational institutions. Some senior students force the unorganized newcomers to undergo several forms of mental, physical and sexual harassment. in Assamese

a form of address to a boy or man, usually somebody who is liked/loved and younger to/ equal in age . Indain people fondly call(ed) Mahatma Gandhi as Bapu. in Assamese

a form of addressing the youngest son in tender terms. in Assamese

a form of adrress for a baby or a very small child. in Assamese

A form of art developed in the early 20th century which seems to be away from reality and reasons, however has deeper and hidden meanings in Assamese

a form of Buddhism which believes that the truth can be found through meditation and self mastery. in Assamese

a form of energy that renders visibility in Assamese

a form of fiction that draws imaginatively on scientific knowledge and speculation in its plot, setting, theme, etc. in Assamese

a form of food that is usually sweet and often baked. Cakes normally combine some kind of flour, a sweetening agent (commonly sugar), a binding agent (generally egg, though gluten or starch are often used by lacto-vegetarians and vegans), fats (usually bu in Assamese

A form of government in which sovereign power resides in the people and is exercised by them or by officers they elect to represent them. in Assamese

a form of Indonesian music. in Assamese

a form of lightning that moves rapidly in a zigzag path with one end divided (fork-like) in Assamese

a form of Mah?deva, in which one half appears as of a man and other half as that of a woman. in Assamese

A form of poetry or song that mourns the loss of someone who has died or something that has deteriorated. in Assamese

A form of slavery where a person is forced to work as labour in lieu of loan taken by him or his forefathers in Assamese

a form of socialism that abolishes private ownership; a political theory favouring collectivism in a classless society in Assamese

A form or condition in which something may exist or appear in Assamese

A formal assembly of representatives, as of various nations, to discuss problems. in Assamese

a formal decision, law, or the like, by a legislature, ruler, court, or other authority; decree or edict; statute; judgment, resolve, or award in Assamese

a formal expression of gratitude during or after an event in Assamese

a formal expression of opinion, will, or intent voted by an official bodyor assembled group in Assamese

a formal function declaring the begining of a project or venture in Assamese

a formal letter or statement recounting a person`s achievements in Assamese

A formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority. in Assamese

A formal order or notice issued by a government authority on a particular issue in Assamese

a formal personal presentation of one person or subject in Assamese

a formal record of the debits and credits relating to the person, business, etc., named at the head of the ledger account. in Assamese

A formal request (usually written) to an authority. in Assamese

a formal statement saying that you are not legally responsible for something, such as the information given in a book or on the Internet, or that you have no direct involvement in it. in Assamese

A formal written document of issues demanding their immediate attention in Assamese

A formal written paper conferring titles. in Assamese

A former bronze coin of India, the 12th part of an anna. in Assamese

a former capital of the Ahom Kingdom of Assam. Situated near present Nazira of Sibasagar district of Assam. in Assamese

a four cornered vehicle carried on man's shoulders used by the Gosains of Assam. in Assamese

A fourteenth century Assamese poet and the best before Sankardeva. He translated into Assamese the Ramayana of Valmiki in verse format (Kotha Ramayana). This is supposed to be the first amomg the modern Indian Aryan languages. in Assamese

a fraction of one in a million in Assamese

a frame for supporting something (as an artist's canvas) in Assamese

A frame, structure or platform often made of bamboo, used to support the growth of creeper plants in Assamese

a framework on or in which a flag can be fixed for support in Assamese

a frequency curve consisting of connected line segments formed by joining the midpoints of the upper edges of the rectangles in a histogram whose class intervals are of uniform length in Assamese

A fresh water fish comes under Perciformes group of fish in Assamese

A fresh-water fish found widespread throughout Asia in the rivers of Afghanistan to China (including ASSAM), Thailand and Borneo. It is found both freshwater and brackish environments. It naturally occurs in streams and rivers which range in size and flow in Assamese

A freshwater and estuaries fish , also enters the sea. Cannibalism is relatively common for this species. Belongs to Family Gobiidae-Gobies. in Assamese

a freshwater fish found in Assam and Bhutan in Assamese

a freshwater fish found in south Asia and south east Asia in Assamese

a freshwater fish of the carp family recognized from their large protruding lower jaw and found in rivers and freshwater lakes in the South and South East Asia in Assamese

a freshwater fish of the carp family with brown body, usually found in shallow water of fast streams and rivers in Assamese

a freshwater fish of the catfish family, which grows up to 60cm in length, usually infamous for being voracious. Found in South Asia and South East Asia, though some of them have spread to the Florida area of the United States and posing serious threat to in Assamese

a freshwater fish of the Tetraodon genus that blows itself into a larger size when threatened in Assamese

A freshwater fish with a pointed nose, grows no more than 30-40 cm in Assamese

a fried (or baked), triangular Indian pastry containing fried vegetable or sometimes meat. in Assamese

A friend of one`s father. in Assamese

A friend who is most dearest or loveble in Assamese

a friend,colleague or a companion in Assamese

a front room used to entertain guests in Assamese

a frozen food containing cream or milk and butterfat, sugar, flavoring, and sometimes eggs. in Assamese

a fruit bearing medium size evergreen tree resembling to lichu tree. Its fruits look like a smooth-skinned round potatoo. in Assamese

a fruit or corn of a cereal crop in Assamese

a fruit seller. in Assamese

a fuel extracted by refining crude oil and used for runing various heavy machineray including trucks, rail-engine etc. in Assamese

a fuel extracted by refining crude oil and used for runing various machineray including cars. in Assamese

a full-grown male buffalo which keeps itself alone, away from the herd in Assamese

a function of music and play for children. in Assamese

A fundamental, or irreducible constituent of a chemical compound in Assamese

a funeral at which the dead body of person is burnt. in Assamese

a funny, clever or witty remark/saying. in Assamese

a furious or mad dog in Assamese

a fusion of web blog and magazine. The writings of a blog are also published in magazine form. in Assamese

A game in which two parties of players, armed with sticks curved or hooked at the end, attempt to drive any small object (as a ball or a bit of wood) toward opposite goals. in Assamese

a game of skill for two persons played with pieces (called tiger and cow) that are needed to be moved on a board marked by drawing lines on the ground in Assamese

a game played on a rectangular court by two players or two pairs of players equipped with light rackets used to volley a shuttlecock over a high net that divides the court in half. in Assamese

a game played on a rectangular court by two players or two pairs of players equipped with rackets, in which a ball is driven back and forth over a low net that divides the court in half. in Assamese

A game played with playing cards. There are many card games in the world and some games have standard rules. in Assamese

a game played with six cowri shells on a checkered board. in Assamese

a game resembling tennis, played on a table with small paddles and a hollow celluloid or plastic ball. in Assamese

a game where two buffalos are made to fight with each other in Assamese

A game whose result is uncertain and people place money or such other valuable items as winning beat. in Assamese

A gamosa (the traditional Assamese towel) with lots of detailed handiworks. in Assamese

a gap of long distance in Assamese

a gap, a missing part in Assamese

A garden full of tea plantation and meant for cultivation. in Assamese

a garland of mango leaves hung on doors and gates during marriage or other festivals in Assamese

a garment worn on upper half of the body in Assamese

a garrulous or excessively talkative woman in Assamese

a gas or vapour that smells strongly or is dangerous to breathe in. in Assamese

a gastropod mollusk whatsoever that has a very reduced shell, a small internal shell, or no shell at all in Assamese

a gathering, union of old friends, students or colleagues. in Assamese

A gemstone when viewed from certain directions exhibits a brilliant spangled appearance; this has led to its use as a gemstone. It has been found in Southern Norway, and in some United States localities. It is the official gemstone of Oregon. in Assamese

A gender that refers chiefly (but not exclusively) to inanimate objects that are neither masculine nor feminine. in Assamese

A general interest that leads people to want to know more. in Assamese

a generic term for several kinds of bread(includes chapati) that is cooked on a griddle. in Assamese

a genre of important Hindu (or Jain and Buddhist) religious texts, notably consisting of narratives of the history of the universe from creation to destruction, genealogies of kings, heroes, sages, and demigods, and descriptions of Hindu cosmology, philos in Assamese

a genre of music that evolved in New Orleans in the early 20th century in Assamese

a gentle push or the stroke with the hand in Assamese

A genus of composite plants, a large-headed garden flower related to the daisy, blooming in autumn. in Assamese

a genus of evergreen trees indigenous to tropical southeast Asia and Australasia. In India it is widely used as a spice. in Assamese

A genus of flowering plant of family Araliaceae. It comprises 8 species native to southern Asia and China. in Assamese

a genus of flowering plants that includes three putative species, Cannabis sativa L., Cannabis indica Lam., and Cannabis ruderalis Janisch. These three taxa are indigenous to Central Asia, South Asia, and surrounding regions. Cannabis has long been used f in Assamese

a genus of over 10 species of tree that bears edible fruits. The leaves of mulberry tree are the only food for silkworms (Bombyx mori) used to produce Assamese pat silk in Assamese

a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the subfamily Mimosoideae of the family Fabaceae in Assamese

a genus of the Aphididae, injurious to paddy field. in Assamese

A geographical area having definable characteristics in Assamese

a geometric 3-parameters model of the physical universe (without considering time) in which we live. These three dimensions are commonly called length, width, and depth (or height), although any three directions can be chosen, provided that they do not li in Assamese

a geometric model of the planar projection of the physical universe in which we live. The two dimensions are commonly called length and width. Both directions lie in the same plane. in Assamese

A geometric series is a series for which the ratio of each two consecutive terms is a constant function of the summation index in Assamese

A geometric shape that results from cutting a circular, conical or cylindrical surface with an oblique plane in Assamese

a geometric solid with six faces, each a parallelogram and each being parallel to the opposite face. in Assamese

A geophysicist who studies earthquakes and the mechanical characteristics of the Earth. e.g., The seismologists are studying the earthquake that hit Sikkim and Northeast India in September 2011. in Assamese

A gesture of showing respect by bending forward at the waist. in Assamese

A giant planet with a ring of ice particles; the 7th planet from the sun has a blue-green colour and many satellites (at least 21). It was discovered by William Herchel in 1781. in Assamese

A giant woody liana or climber from the genus Entada. It is also referred as the India’s largest pod-bearing climber. The size of the seed is almost equal to the kneecap. The plant appears naturally from near Durban northwards throughout tropical A in Assamese

a gift from God. in Assamese

A girdle of small bells. in Assamese

a girl brought up by somebody other than her natural or (usually)legal parents. in Assamese

a girl declared as the best performer in a Bihu dance a competition. in Assamese

a girl of tender age, i.e. of about 10 to 12 years in Assamese

A girl or young woman who is unmarried. in Assamese

A girl who has attained the sweet age of sixteen years in Assamese

a girl who perform Bihu dance. in Assamese

A glance directed to the side; an oblique or sideways look in Assamese

A glass (or plastic) vessel used for storing drinks or other liquids; typically cylindrical without handles and with a narrow neck that can be plugged or capped in Assamese

a glittering flash of light. in Assamese

A globally accepted standard time in Assamese

a going out to battle. in Assamese

a golden colored silk produced in Assam from the fiber of the silkworm Antherea assamensis , which is native to Assam and feeds on som (Machilus bombycina) and sualu (Litsaea polyantha) leaves. in Assamese

A gong is an East and South East Asian musical instrument. It is made of bronze, brass, bell metal etc. having a circular disc shaped; which is hit with a mallet. Specially used in religious function. Sometimes it is used in the Govt. institute like Court in Assamese

a good or satisfactory condition of existence; a state characterized by health, happiness, and prosperity in Assamese

a good prosperous time. in Assamese

A goods train or freight train is a train that carries goods wagons hauled by a locomotive on a railway. in Assamese

A goodwill message that has been conveyed either in written or unwritten form. in Assamese

A govenance system by judgement administered by the judges. in Assamese

A governance system guided by a religious doctrine. in Assamese

A governance system where a specific ethnic group rules in Assamese

A government led by a dictator or a despot in Assamese

a government lodge for visiting government officials, usually at the district headquerters in Assamese

A government official or representative in charge of a department or district. in Assamese

a government official who hears and investigates complaints by private citizens against other officials or government agencies; a person who investigates and attempts to resolve complaints and problems, as between employees and an employer or between stud in Assamese

a government sector Navaratna company dedicated to exploring and marketing petroleum products with major operations in upper Assam. in Assamese

a Govt. of India department under the Railways Ministry. It owns and operates most of India's rail transport. It is the second largest railway network in Asia and fourth in the world. in Assamese

a gown or dress worn by a girl or woman. in Assamese

A gradual rise and fall or modulation of the voice in music. in Assamese

A grammatical unit that is syntactically independent and has a subject that is expressed or, as in imperative sentences, understood and a predicate that contains at least one finite verb. in Assamese

a granary of thrashed paddy in Assamese

A grant of land given by kings to Brahmans for sustenance. in Assamese

a granular, milled product of durum wheat, consisting almost entirely of endosperm particles, used chiefly in the making of pasta, Upma, halwa etc. in Assamese

A grape of any of various sweet varieties dried in the sun or by artificial means, often used in cookery. in Assamese

a graph of a frequency distribution in which rectangles with bases on the horizontal axis are given widths equal to the class intervals and heights equal to the corresponding frequencies in Assamese

a graph the ordinates of which represent cumulative frequencies of the values indicated by the corresponding abscissas in Assamese

a graphic display of data or information in Assamese

a graphical representation of statistical data in the form of bars of different length corresponding to the values of the parameter in Assamese

a grass border along a road in Assamese

A great devotee, philosopher, composer, and the author of the Awadhi (a dialect of Hindi) version of the Ramayana. in Assamese

A great Epic of Hindu religion. in Assamese

a great multitude of people. in Assamese

a great practitioner of the arts. in Assamese

a green chemical substance often seen on copper or brass items in Assamese

A green patina that forms on copper or brass or bronze that has been exposed to the air or water for long periods of time. in Assamese

A green room is a waiting room in a theater, studio, or other public venue for the accommodation of performers or speakers when not required on the stage. in Assamese

A greetings card is an illustrated, folded card featuring an expression of friendship or other sentiment. Although greeting cards are usually given on special occasions, such as birthdays, Christmas or New year. in Assamese

A grocery shop or store stocks different kinds of dry food material and other house hold items and sales them to customers. in Assamese

a grooved bamboo fixed on the sides to cover the edges of a wall or door made of bamboo in Assamese

a group of animals living or feeding together. in Assamese

a group of buildings for soldiers/police to live in. in Assamese

a group of delegates i.e. those who represent an organization, country etc. in Assamese

A group of disciple villages of Xotros(monasteries which were established to propagate neo Vaishnavism). in Assamese

a group of experts formed for a specific purpose in Assamese

a group of families related to each other, a large family in Assamese

A group of fishes coming out in flood. These are diferent kind of fishes of group. in Assamese

A group of four living species of bird in the pheasant family which occur in India, Sri Lanka and Southeast Asia. in Assamese

A group of individuals born and living about the same time. in Assamese

A group of individuals together in one place. in Assamese

A group of interacting, interrelated, or interdependent elements forming a complex whole in Assamese

a group of naturally occurring chemical compounds which mostly contain basic nitrogen atoms. This group also includes some related compounds with neutral and even weakly acidic properties.[3] Also some synthetic compounds of similar structure are attribut in Assamese

a group of nearly parallel lines of electromagnetic radiation in Assamese

A group of organisms capable of interbreeding and producing fertile offspring. in Assamese

a group of people and their collective hardware formed for a specific purpose like certain commecial activities in Assamese

a group of people in small space in Assamese

A group of people marching together in a orderly manner in Assamese

a group of people or companies who join together in order to share the cost of a particular business operation for which a large amount of money is needed. in Assamese

a group of people or instruments producing music in unison in Assamese

A group of people organized for a common purpose, especially a group that meets regularly in Assamese

a group of people residing in the Indian states of Tripura, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh and in some parts of Bangladesh. in Assamese

a group of people who accompany the bridegroom to the place of the bride on the day of the marriage and usually attend the marriage ceremony. in Assamese

A group of people who catch and played with snake. A class of people in Assam, Who deal in mull berry silk. They are also known as Nath. in Assamese

a group of people, often a family, who live together. in Assamese

a group of performers on various musical instruments, including especially stringed instruments of the viol class, clarinets and flutes, cornets and trombones, drums, and cymbals, for playing music, as symphonies, operas, popular music, or other compositi in Assamese

A group of persons forming a cohesive, usually contentious minority within a larger group. in Assamese

A group of persons gathered together for a common reason, as for a legislative, religious, educational, or social purpose. in Assamese

a group of persons related by common descent or heredity in Assamese

A group of related sciences, including algebra, geometry, and calculus, which use a specialized notation to study number, quantity, shape, and space. in Assamese

A group of seven stars that cam be clearly seen from the northern hemisphere. in Assamese

a group of singers and dancers or dramatical performers in Assamese

A group of small fish, belongs to the Cyprinidae family. They are brightly blue and white coloured aquarium fish. Typically found in drains, ponds, lakes and rivers. in Assamese

A group of small wild Anas dabbling ducks closely related to the Mallard duck. The blue-green color teal was named for it. It has a cylindrical and smooth body with a dark reddish head and a blue color strip on ti`s eyes. in Assamese

a group of students meeting regularly to study a subject under the guidance of a teacher in Assamese

A group of the members which are related. in Assamese

A group of things placed or thrown, one on top of the other. in Assamese

A group of three dramatic or literary works related in subject or theme. in Assamese

a group of tribal people belonging to the Tibeto-Mongoloid stock and residing in Ziro in the Apatani plateau in the lower Subansiri district of Arunachal Pradesh. in Assamese

a group of words whose meaning is derived only when all the words are taken collectively in Assamese

A group or bunch of stick or rod like objects bound together. in Assamese

a group or cluster of stars that rotates in spiral about a center. in Assamese

a group pf words without a finite verb which form part of a sentence e.g. 'an online dictionay' in 'This is an online dictionary. in Assamese

A group sharing a distinct political or religious belief in Assamese

A grown up calf that do not receives mother's breast milk. in Assamese

A growth of tissue at the back of the nose in Assamese

A guarantee given to the purchaser by a company stating that a product is reliable and free from known defects and that the seller will, without charge, repair or replace defective parts within a given time limit and under certain conditions. in Assamese

A guess or idea put forward for the sake of argument in Assamese

A guest who visits suddenly without prior notice and departs quickly. in Assamese

a guiding or warning signal given with light in Assamese

A gun, pistol, or any weapon from which a shot is discharged by the force of an explosive substance, as gunpowder. in Assamese

A gun, the inside of whose barrel is grooved with spiral channels, thus giving the ball a rotary motion and insuring greater accuracy of fire. As a military firearm it has superseded the musket. in Assamese

a habitual drinker of alcohol in Assamese

a habitual or characteristic manner, mode, or way of doing something; distinctive quality or style, as in behavior or speech. in Assamese

a habitually reserved and uncommunicative man. in Assamese

a hairstyle where a piece of hair is divided into two or three long parts and then woven together in Assamese

A half grown partially opened flower. in Assamese

A half tamed male animal. in Assamese

A half-finished wooden work. in Assamese

a half-sphered structure forming the highest part of a roof, a round roof with a circular base in Assamese

A hall where audience gathers for some discussion or performance in Assamese

a hall where cinema are screened. Such contains sitting facilities along with screen and projector to facilitate screening and viewing any movie in Assamese

a hammer made of wood. in Assamese

a hammer-like instrument made of earth used by a potter in Assamese

A hand tool for driving screws; has a tip that fits into the head of a screw. in Assamese

A hand-held agricultural tool with a curved blade typically used for harvesting grain crop or cutting grass for hay. in Assamese

a hand-held electric light run on batteries in Assamese

a hand-held fire arm in Assamese

a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections (cells), each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver in Assamese

a hanging platform over fireplace to smoke food materials for longer storage in Assamese

A happening caused by some uncontrolable natural forces in operation over which human has no control ( a legal term) in Assamese

a happening or the fact of happening in Assamese

a happy combination of the sun with some stars on a certain date in the month of Pau?a or M?rga??r?a in the very early morning, highly auspicious for bathing in the Ganges. in Assamese

a hard and successful worker. in Assamese

a hard formation formed from dead cells that grows at the tip of fingers in Assamese

A hard or rigid surface made of a smooth usually dark substance, used for writing or drawing on with chalk, esp in teaching. in Assamese

a hard outer covering of some fruits like coconut in Assamese

a hard undeveloped fruit. in Assamese

a hard, brittle, noncrystalline, more or less transparent substance produced from silica, silicates, soda and lime. The ordinary variety is used for windows and bottles. in Assamese

a hardening or thickening of the skin around a central point in the foot or hand, caused by pressure or friction in Assamese

a havenly body that revolves around a star in Assamese

A hazy glow in the night sky caused by distant stars or clouds of gas in Assamese

A head covering of hard material, such as leather, metal, or plastic, worn by football players, firefighters, construction workers, motorcyclists, and others to protect the head. in Assamese

a head ornament which in circular in shape in Assamese

a headache that comes in the morning and lasts till sunset. in Assamese

a health condition when one becomes obese due to accumulation of fatty substances in the body in Assamese

a healthy and smart male horse in Assamese

a heap of cow-dung in Assamese

a heap of peddy in stalk spread on the ground for thrashing grain by cattle. in Assamese

a heap of wood on which a corpse is burnt; for example, a funeral pyre in Assamese

a heated glass building usually for growing delicate plants in cold places. in Assamese

A heating device consisting of a series of connected pipes, typically inside an upright metal structure, through which steam or hot water is circulated so as to radiate heat into the surrounding space. A cooling device, as in automotive engines, through w in Assamese

a heavenly body that revolves around a planet in Assamese

A heavy cylindrical drinking cup/vessel usually having a handle. in Assamese

A heavy iron tool with a wooden handle and a curved head that is pointed on both ends. in Assamese

a heavy malleable ductile magnetic silver-white metallic element that readily rusts in moist air, occurs native in meteorites and combined in most igneous rocks, is the most used of metals, and is vital to biological processes in Assamese

a heavy strok of the fist on the back of a human being. in Assamese

a heavy, comparatively soft, malleable, bluish-gray metal, sometimes found in its natural state but usually combined as a sulfide, esp. in galena. Symbol:. Pb; atomic weight:. 207.19; atomic number:. 82; specific gravity:. 11.34 at 20°C. in Assamese

a heavy, grayish-white, highly malleable and ductile metallic element in Assamese

a heavy, well built horse used to carry loads. in Assamese

a heinous sin of having ilicit or sexual relation with a close relative in Assamese

a help on the way; a lovely gift for dearest person that makes the journey enjoyable. in Assamese

a herb of a genus of 12-15 species of vespertine flowering plants belonging to the family Solanaceae, containing many toxic chemicals that induce hallucinations and delusion on the taker. It is also used in ayurvedic medicnes. in Assamese

A hereditary unit consisting of a sequence of DNA that occupies a specific location on a chromosome and determines a particular characteristic in an organism. Genes undergo mutation when their DNA sequence changes.The existence of genes was first suggeste in Assamese

a high fence or wall of thin split bamboo. in Assamese

a high level body set up by the government. It recommends new/revised pay structure for the government employees. in Assamese

a high platform used for watching crops. in Assamese

A high profile official of the Ahom king. Currently a surname. in Assamese

a higher court responsible for adjudicating matters related to criminal cases in Assamese

A higher educational institution of science and technology concerned with the design, building and use of engines, machines and structures. in Assamese

a highly developed lyrical writing tradition in Assamese

a highly elastic solid substance, light cream or dark amber in color, polymerized by the drying and coagulation of the latex or milky juice of rubber trees and plants, esp. Hevea and Ficus species. in Assamese

A highly ornamental plant, a member of the bean family (Fabaceae), it produces bright yellow flowers that are borne on an upright spike which is presented prominently above a mass of jade green leaves. The seeds become loose in the pod as they mature, and in Assamese

a highly trained and extraordinarilly skilled person in the techniques, performance of art, especially music. in Assamese

A hill tribe inhabiting the hills to the north-east of Assam in Assamese

a hill tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. in Assamese

a hill tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. The Aka, also known as Hrusso, are found in the Thrinzo area in West Kameng and East Kameng of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Their language belongs to the Tibeto-Burman family.Polygamy is widely practiced in the in Assamese

a hill tribe of Meghalaya. in Assamese

A Hindu festival that celebrates the relationship between brother and sister. On this day sisters tie a rakhi (a type of decorated wristlet) on the wrist of their brothers who reciprocate it with a pledge to protect them. This festival reinforces the firm in Assamese

A Hindu goddess and wife of Indra. in Assamese

A Hindu vedic verse recited as prayer in Assamese

a hissing sound like the one made by snake, esp. one made in disapproval in Assamese

a hole made on earth for sowing seeds or for planting in Assamese

a hole made on the base of a wall for conducting wash-water out of a house in Assamese

a hole or a small hollow place in a wall to keep a statue or ornament;similar hole in the side of a hill. in Assamese

a hole worn in a road-surface in Assamese

a hollow cylindrical structure in the cytoplasm of most cells, involved in intracellular shape and transport in Assamese

a hollow muscular organ in the pelvic cavity of females; contains the developing fetus. in Assamese

a hollow of a tree occurring due to some disease or other causes in Assamese

a hollow pot with a rounded base usually made of clay, a bowl, an open container, usually round in shape and wider than it's depth in Assamese

a hollow tubular outgrowth that develops from a pollen grain after pollination, grows down the style to the ovule, and conveys male gametes to the egg cell in Assamese

A hollow, pointed projection of the skin of various animals, consisting mainly of keratin as well as other proteins. in Assamese

A holly place of Hindu. Which is situated in the northern part of Uttaranchal Pradesh at a height of 3133mt from sea level. in Assamese

A holy month in Islam; the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Devout Muslims fast between sunrise and sunset during each day of Ramadan. in Assamese

A holy sign or device likely to be a plus sign. in Assamese

a holy war waged by Muslims against infidels. in Assamese

a home to take care of children during the absence of their parents at day time. in Assamese

a homogeneous, molecular mixture of two or more substances like a solid is dispersed or dissolved homogeneously in a gas or liquid in Assamese

a horizontal bar suspended from the neck of a goat to prevent its straying into a fenced place in Assamese

A horizontal plant stem with shoots above and roots below serving as a reproductive structure. in Assamese

a horizontal timber or the like for connecting two structural members to keep them from spreading apart in Assamese

a horse used for riding in Assamese

a house beleived to pogess by an ghost in Assamese

a house especially constructed by Durjodhana with intent to burn up the Pandavas. in Assamese

a house used to make and repair boats. Also used as a garage to keep boats on land. in Assamese

a house where a fixed payment is made for the temporary use owned by another person. in Assamese

a house where prostitutes carry their trade in Assamese

a house with a raised platform or chang. in Assamese

a housemaid who looks after children in Assamese

a huge salt water body surrounded by landed masses from 3 sides. in Assamese


a human being, whether man, woman, or child in Assamese

A human or animal organ that collects urine excreted by the kidneys prior to disposal by urination. in Assamese

A human race originating from the continent of Africa with dark skin. in Assamese

A humble and earnest request for help from someone in authority. in Assamese

A humble petition to a person for a thing in Assamese

A Hydro Power Plant of capacity lower than 100 kW in Assamese

a hymn composed by the Vaishnavite saints like Shankardev in Assamese

A Indian herb or its seeds (Elettaria cardamomum) having capsular fruits with aromatic seeds used as a spice or condiment. in Assamese

A Indo-Aryan language of the North India. in Assamese

a infectious, fatal disease that attacks intestines. it is characteristics includes inflammation in intestines in Assamese

A interconnected system comprising of many different routes designed to perform a complicated work in Assamese

a jack fruit without pulp inside in Assamese

a jacket or pullover made especially of knit, crocheted, or woven wool, cotton, or in Assamese

a Japanese poem of 17 syllables in three lines of five, seven and five syllables respectively. It is a kind of miniature snap in words in Assamese

A jingling ornament worn round the ankles. in Assamese

A joint family, also known as a complex family, parents and their children's families often live under a single roof. in Assamese

A joint formation of different groups or individuals pursuing a common social or political cause in Assamese

A journal used by a group to express its thoughts and ideas in Assamese

a journey taken for pleasure in Assamese

a judicial declaration dissolving a marriage in whole or in part, esp. one that releases the husband and wife from all matrimonial obligations in Assamese

a judicial order requiring the person or persons to whom it is directed to refrain from doing a particular act in Assamese

a jump with a sudden jerk in Assamese

a juncture of three roads. in Assamese

A jungle or bush full of thorns. in Assamese

A juvenile court is a court that having special authority to try and pass judgments for crimes committed by children. who have attained the age of 6 to 18 years. in Assamese

A killer, esp. of a political or religious leader in Assamese

a kind of alkali potash prepared by burning paddy-straw in Assamese

a kind of ammonite or fossil shell found in the river Gandak and wor-shipped as emblem of Vi??u. in Assamese

a kind of ant in Assamese

a kind of aquatic black insect with hard shell. in Assamese

A kind of arum which becomes as soft as curd once boiled. in Assamese

a kind of Assamese cake; a turn or small pie made by turning half of a circular crust of dry flour over the other half which has been covered with sugar and fried sesamum. in Assamese

A kind of Assamese pitha. It is prepared using the powder of a special type of rice, locally known as Bora Saul (Bora rice). The rice powder is mixed with milk to make flat and circular shape. Ground coconut and sugar are mixed together and wrapped with t in Assamese

a kind of Assamese tiffin made from Bora rice (a kind of glutinous rice). It is prepared from Kola bora, Ghiu bora, Pakhi bora or Ronga bora (varieties of Bora rice). The rice is soaked for three to four days and then it is fried. The fried rice is pounde in Assamese

a kind of basil [the seeds of which is used in medicine] in Assamese

a kind of basket for catching fis in Assamese

A kind of basket for catching fish. in Assamese

a kind of basket for catching small fish in Assamese

a kind of bean produced in south asia with black seedcoat when unhusked in Assamese

A kind of beans that is a subspecies of the cowpea, grown for its medium-sized edible bean in Assamese

a kind of beating instrument or drum especially used during religious ceremony, with a rounded base and a wide surface made of leather in Assamese

a kind of beating leather instrument with a round base beaten by sticks, generally used with religious songs in Assamese

A kind of beer made from the ash of rice husk, a kind of indigenous beer almost exclusively made by the Mishing community, Poro Apong in Assamese

a kind of bell-metal dish in Assamese

A kind of big arum with big leaf and steam. in Assamese

A kind of big bamboo grown in hilly region.This stately bamboo is called pao by the Lepchas and wah by the Mechis in Sikkim. The young shoots are boiled and eaten. in Assamese

A kind of big drum used by tea tribes. in Assamese

a kind of bird allied to the heron. in Assamese

a kind of bird native to southeastern China and Indochina. in Assamese

a kind of bird trap with barbed spears at the edges in Assamese

A kind of boat that was used in war during Ahom Kingdom. in Assamese

a kind of boil in summer season. in Assamese

a kind of bracelet worn by women in Bihu dance. in Assamese

a kind of bushy plant in Assamese

a kind of cake made of fried rice flour and molasses mixed together in Assamese

A kind of celeray herbs available in India. The seeds are black in color and used as a spice in various dishes. It has medicinal value also. in Assamese

A kind of children's game where small pebbles like objects are thrown with the palm and caught by the opposite side of the palm. in Assamese

a kind of Chinese silk cloth having floral designs resembling snakes in Assamese

a kind of cloth printed with the names of Rama in Assamese

a kind of covered bamboo basket for keeping clothes in Assamese

a kind of creeper plant. in Assamese

A kind of creeper that secrets nectar when cut. The nectar has alcoholic properties and can be drunk. It is believed that the growth of the leaves are governed by the waxing and waning of the moon. in Assamese

A kind of cylindrical narrow fish trap made of bamboo stick. in Assamese

a kind of cylindrical vessel made of porcelain or glass, especially used to keep food items in the kitchen in Assamese

a kind of cymbal of very small size in Assamese

A kind of decorative plate with a stand made of bell-metal. This utensil is generally used to offer betel nut to the guest in by the Assamese family in Assamese

A kind of desease occuring by the regular drinking of alcohol. Characterised by the drinker's fearness and trembling of hand and body. in Assamese

a kind of device made of bamboo used to kill houseflies in Assamese

a kind of devotional song sung by the Oja-pali. in Assamese

A kind of disease which occurred in the hoof and mouth of cow, buffalo etc. in Assamese

a kind of dove having black circular ring mark on the neck. in Assamese

A kind of ear ornament. in Assamese

A kind of ear-ornament which is made up of an metal ring with a single bead. in Assamese

a kind of earthen vessel used for cooking (usually rice) in Assamese

a kind of earthworm, more reddish and stiffer than normal earthworm, found in muddy/aquatic land. Once infested in paddy fields, causes problem to the farmers. in Assamese

A kind of edible fruit and its tree. in Assamese

a kind of edible herb. in Assamese

A kind of edible sour plant, people used to prepare sour carry with fish. in Assamese

a kind of eel, almost one foot long and lives in muddy swamps. in Assamese

a kind of female ear ornament. in Assamese

a kind of fine cloth woven with floral designs. in Assamese

a kind of fine mat made with coarser fold underneath in Assamese

a kind of fish belonging to the species particularly found in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh in Assamese

a kind of fish trap made of bamboo, with the middle part wide and the two ends little narrow in Assamese

A kind of fish trap made with bamboo. in Assamese

a kind of fish-trap in Assamese

A kind of fish. Mahseer is the common name used for the genera Tor, Neolissochilus, and Naziritor in the family Cyprinidae (carps). The name Mahseer is however more often restricted to members of the genus Tor. The range of this fish is from Malaysia, In in Assamese

a kind of fishing net that sweeps across the water surface. in Assamese

A kind of fishing net which is cast into the water with hand. in Assamese

a kind of fishing net. in Assamese

A kind of flying insects of the genus Bombus in the family Apidae. They are social insects that are characterized by black and yellow body hairs, often in bands in Assamese

a kind of food prepared by frying paddy seeds in hot utensil without applying oil. in Assamese

a kind of fragrant plant chewed with betel nuts. in Assamese

a kind of frame made of ropes to carry earthen pots in Assamese

A kind of fresh water catfish which is smaller than an Indian Shovelmouth catfish but bigger than a Stinging catfish. in Assamese

a kind of fried salted cake. in Assamese

A kind of fruit with sweet and fleshy chambered seeds. in Assamese

A kind of ghost supposed to guard wealth buried under ground in Assamese

A kind of globular yellow coloured flower, having thin delicate spike between petals. It has many long sharp spines on the leaves with a slender steam. in Assamese

A kind of glue made from boiled rice and applied to the warp in weaving. in Assamese

a kind of grass commonly occurring in swampy areas, rice field and wetlands in Assamese

A kind of grass for making caps and other handicrafts. in Assamese

A kind of grass people use in any religious function. It is a medicinal grass . in Assamese

a kind of grass which generally grows in open land. It is an invasive species in the grass family Poaceae. It is a small annual weed distributed throughout the warmer areas of the world to about 50 degrees latitude. Understanding this species is complicat in Assamese

A kind of gray colored wood pigeon. in Assamese

A kind of herb having antiseptic properties which excretes yellow juice when crushed, used as a spice in South Asia and Thailand in Assamese

A kind of herbal poison in Assamese

A kind of holes dug in the ground and connected with each other under the ground and serving the purpose of a furnace. in Assamese

a kind of incoherent,short explosive sound. in Assamese

a kind of indigenous childen`s play, where a stick or bar kept hidden by one under a pile of sand has to be found out by the other in Assamese

a kind of insect that swims over water in groups in Assamese

a kind of insect which bores timber in Assamese

a kind of iron tongs for transferring a cooking pot from fire in Assamese

A kind of kingfisher. It is a resident over much of its range, although some populations may make short distance movements. It can often be found well away from water where it feeds on a wide range of prey that includes small reptiles, amphibians, crabs, in Assamese

A kind of language occurring chiefly in casual and playful speech, made up typically of short-lived coinages and figures of speech that are deliberately used in place of standard terms for added raciness, humor, irreverence, or other effect. in Assamese

A kind of large bamboo mat. in Assamese

a kind of large bamboo-mat. in Assamese

a kind of large catfish, devoid of scales, found in India, Bangladesh, Nepal etc. in Assamese

a kind of large deer with large much-branched antlers in the male. in Assamese

A kind of large freshwater fish similar to Rohu (Labeo rohita). in Assamese

A kind of large hollow fish-trap made of bamboo splinters. in Assamese

a kind of large mountaineer goat. in Assamese

A kind of large shrub, that bears small berry-like edible fruits. The flower`s able to hold their fragrance for many days after they fall from the tree. in Assamese

a kind of litter(of small type) in Assamese

A kind of long and stiff grass people used for building a house roof. in Assamese

A kind of long double edged sharp and pointed weapon. in Assamese

a kind of long fishing net. in Assamese

a kind of long flute, one of Indian musical instruments in Assamese

a kind of long hairy caterpillar. in Assamese

A kind of long slender small fish. The Loach has black spot in his body and creamy colour. Under the eyes there is a two-pointed spike, with which the fishes can inflict a painful sting. in Assamese

A kind of long, slender herbs similar to that of common reed. But white in colour and softer than reed. It's cotton like flowers are also used in pillow. in Assamese

a kind of long-sleeve shirt which is worn from the head through an opening on the top in Assamese

a kind of malarial fever in Assamese

a kind of medicinal plant. oil extracted from the seeds of this plant is used as medicine. the oil is also used for burning lamps. in Assamese

A kind of ornament worn on the forehead by the women. in Assamese

a kind of ornamental japi. in Assamese

a kind of ornamentation or embellishment in writing, particularly in poetry, where the same word is repeated depicting two or more different meanings in Assamese

a kind of paddy that ripens in the month of Kartik in Assamese

A kind of palm type tree in the family Cyclanthaceae. Somtimes we have to seen, that the people used its leaves as a house making matarials on the top of the roof in Assam. in Assamese

a kind of parasitic plant growing upon another tree. in Assamese

A kind of physical restraint used on the feet or ankles to allow walking but prevent running and kicking (especially used to restrain prisoners). in Assamese

a kind of plant growing on marshy ground, and of which mats and puppets are made. in Assamese

A kind of plant that grows in water belonging to representative genus Nymphaea. Bears flower that resembles lotus, however, botanically water lily and lotus are different. In many asian countries the words water lily and lotus are used ,interchangeably in Assamese

A kind of poisonous rat snake available in Assam and NE-India. in Assamese

a kind of post use in house, a king's post. in Assamese

A kind of pot herb that grows in the tropical regions of the world, especially tropical America, Africa, Asia and also in temperate Asia. It is known as a noxious weed which grows on roadsides, ditches, swamps, gardens, rice fields and tea plantations . I in Assamese

A kind of pot-herb from the family Brassica. in Assamese

A kind of pot-herb that has a strong pungent smell. It is used as a medicinal plant against common intestinal disorders. in Assamese

a kind of potato that tastes sweet in Assamese

a kind of red and bitter flower used in curry in Assamese

A kind of red coloure wild dog. in Assamese

A kind of reel for winding thread on; usually made of bamboo. in Assamese

A kind of register where the revenue of each tenant and the total revenue of a mouza are documented. in Assamese

A kind of resin. It is a glazing agent, esp in house furniture. in Assamese

A kind of revenue register, where total land revenue and payments are recorded. in Assamese

a kind of rice which becomes sticky once it is cooked in Assamese

a kind of rope used in treadles of a looms. in Assamese

a kind of royal document of Assam with writings etched on a sheet of copper. in Assamese

A kind of sacrifice performed with a view to overlording the whole world. in Assamese

a kind of sauce made of ground mustard seed mixed with alkali. in Assamese

A kind of scented tobacco that is mixed with molasses and spice. in Assamese

A kind of sheatfish like scaleless fish. It is belonging to the catfish family. in Assamese

A kind of short live insects which lasts a day or a short period of time. Mostly it is locketed in the rice stored place . in Assamese

A kind of shrub having pricks in it`s body. It is a herbal medicine used in the toothache and mouth malodorous. in Assamese

a kind of silk produced in Assam from the fiber of the cocoon of the silkworm Philosamia rinini that feeds on castor leaves in Assamese

A kind of silk yarn that is obtained from semi domesticated silk worm called Antheraea asamenisis. in Assamese

a kind of skull cap covering the ears. in Assamese

A kind of small and round fruit and its tree. Raw fruits are green in colour, but ripe fruits looks like readish brown. The trees are big in size. in Assamese

a kind of small bird. in Assamese

a kind of small fish like a bamboo leaf, Found in large rivers and connected waters. Inhabits surface to mid-waters. in Assamese

A kind of small fish like mystus fish. in Assamese

A kind of small fruit. Recorded in Thailand, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malay Peninsula on forest margins between 700 – 1,300 metres (eds Smitin and & Larsen). Occasional in semi-evergreen forests (Saldanha 1985). Found under in Assamese

A kind of small insects that destroys crops. in Assamese

A kind of small pot herbs plant. Its stem and leaves are very soft . in Assamese

A kind of spear made of wood or iron pointed by cutting off one side only. in Assamese

a kind of spicy cake used for making fermented rice beer in Assamese

a kind of striped Eri (Endi) cloth in Assamese

a kind of supersonic aircraft produced by 'AIRBUS'. These air-crafts are now no more in use. in Assamese

a kind of thick and strong paper with rough surface covered with sand or a similar substance ,used for rubbing surface in order to make them smooth. in Assamese

A kind of thorny tree or shrub. It has a pairs of thorns at the base of each leaf and small round shaped yellow coloured flower with soft sting. in Assamese

A kind of traditional alcoholic drinks made from rice in Assamese

a kind of traditional Assamese pitha. Made up of a mixture of dingori, jaggery and water. This mixture is deep fried in mustard oil. in Assamese

a kind of traditional Assamese pitha. Made up of a mixture of rice powder,jaggery and water. This mixture is deep fried in oil. in Assamese

A kind of traditional bracelet worn by Assamese woman. in Assamese

A kind of traditional earring worn by Assamese woman. in Assamese

a kind of traditional room heater, mostly used in hilly, cold places in India. in Assamese

a kind of trap made of rope or chord used to catch water-birds in Assamese

a kind of trap used to catch small birds in Assamese

A kind of tree from Ebenaceae family, leaves of the tree are used to make some kind of cigarette in Assamese

a kind of tree from the seeds of which red or orange dye is prepared in Assamese

A kind of tree that mainly grows on newly formed alluvial land rivers and by the coastal areas. These plants are mainly found as green, branchlets shrub or small tree. It is distributed in the coast forests of Eastern India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Burma, Malay in Assamese

a kind of tree used for raising Muga silk-worm. in Assamese

a kind of tree with broad almost round leaves in Assamese

a kind of tree with long leaves ; a kind of silk cloth in Assamese

A kind of very tall herb used for making papers, house-hold items. in Assamese

a kind of vine that produce gourd like fruits(somthing smaller than a gourd)of the genus Passiflora. People used as a vagitable. in Assamese

a kind of water pot made of brass which stands on its foot in Assamese

a kind of water snake. in Assamese

a kind of water-jar with short neck and long body, made of copper or brass in Assamese

a kind of weed that grows in swampy areas up to 0.3-3 m tall characterized by white,pink, blue, violet, purple or yellow trumpet-shaped flowers and may contain LSD-related hallucinogens or toxic levels of nitrates in Assamese

A kind of western music in Assamese

a kind of wild betel creeper plant. in Assamese

a kind of wild mango in Assamese

A kind of wild plant with a brunch of sting fruit used as a pot-herb . in Assamese

a kind of wild plant. Its long thin seeds clasping to the human and animals. in Assamese

a kind of wild tree of northern India, the fruits of which may be eaten in Assamese

a kind of wild turmeric. It is more redish then edible turmeric. People never used it as a medicine or spice in cooking. in Assamese

a kind of wind which is blown in the month of February March in Assamese

a king of Kamarupa as mentioned in the Mahabharata in Assamese

a king who is a minor or too young.A regent rules the country on his behalf. in Assamese

a kiss with lips to lips in Assamese

A kitchen utensil and/or appliances used for cooking meals. in Assamese

A kitchen utensil with rough surface used for grinding food (specially vegetables) into very small pieces. in Assamese

a knife that can be fixed to the end of a rifle and used as a weapon. in Assamese

A knife to cut betel nuts. in Assamese

a knife with a bent tip used for pruning tea-plant or other plants in Assamese

a knife with a blade that folds into the handle. in Assamese

a knot made by twisting a strip of immature bamboo in Assamese

a knot made with something twined round and round in Assamese

a knot or a protuberance on a bamboo or a tree in Assamese

A knowledge or understanding of something hidden. in Assamese

A laboratory for the study of live insects, their life histories, effects on plants, reaction to insecticides, etc. in Assamese

a labourer (coolie) recruiter in Assamese

a lace covered with deep mud, dirt or filth. in Assamese

a lack or impairment of vision in Assamese

a laddu made up of coconut powder mixed with sugar syrup. in Assamese

a ladle made of one-half part of a dry coconut shell in Assamese

A lady unskilled in spinning and weaving. in Assamese

a lady with eye-appealing beauty in Assamese

a lamp which the miners use. in Assamese

A land consisting of shrubs, mixed with grasses, herbs, and geophytes. in Assamese

a land mass surrounded by water bodies in Assamese

A land mass, especially one smaller than a continent, entirely surrounded by water. in Assamese

A land measure consisting of one forth of a Pura. in Assamese

a land prodruding into a water-body in Assamese

a land suitable for or where various grain or vegetables are cultivated in Assamese

A land surveyor at the time of Ahom regime. Now it is a family title of Assam. in Assamese

a landowner who leases to others. in Assamese

a language (major or minor) that is spoken in an area of a nation or state. It may or may not be the official language of that area, e.g. Assamese, Bangla etc. have the status of both regional and official language in their respective states while Karbi o in Assamese

a language adopted legally as the medium of official transactions in Assamese

A language spoken in the Middle-East, North and Eastern Africa. It is the largest living member of the Semitic language family. Classified as Central Semitic, it is closely related to Hebrew and Aramaic and has its roots in a Proto-Semitic common ancestor in Assamese

A language spoken in the northern provinces of India. in Assamese

a language that is no longer spoken and used as mother tongue and which has no native speakers. It is used only for studies etc. in Assamese

A language unit (word or phrase) by which a person or thing is known. in Assamese

A large acustic musical instrument with keyboards. in Assamese

a large air-filled intercellular space in some aquatic plants in Assamese

a large and broad bench with low legs used as a bed-stead. in Assamese

a large and stout sprout coming out of the ground in Assamese

a large animal which have long neck. in Assamese

a large Australian mammal with a long stiff tail, short front legs and long powerful back legs on which it moves by jumping. in Assamese

a large bamboo-basket usuallu used for storing grains in Assamese

A large bat that eats fruit. in Assamese

a large bird which can not fly in Assamese

a large body of organized troops typically comprised of three or more companies. in Assamese

a large bundle of paddy sheaf. in Assamese

a large bundle of reeds use to fasten in a corner between two wall. in Assamese

a large bundle, which can be carried on the shoulder at a time in Assamese

A large carnivorous feline mammal (Panthera tigris) of Asia, having a tawny coat with transverse black stripes. in Assamese

A large cat of the Leopard family, but with dark black fur in Assamese

a large circle of flat bread baked with cheese, tomatoes, and sometimes meat and vegetables spread on top. in Assamese

A large cluster of skeletal muscles on the floor of the mouth that manipulates food for chewing and swallowing. It is the primary organ of taste. in Assamese

a large crack on foot in Assamese

a large creeper yielding a large tuber in Assamese

a large dark brown, maned Asian deer. It attains a height of 102 to 160 cm at the shoulder with average weight of 162-260 kg. The coat is dark brown with chestnut marks on the rump and underparts. The large, rugged antlers are typically rusine, the brow t in Assamese

a large dark red bean. in Assamese

A large dark-brown beetle, liable to infest houses. in Assamese

A large deep spoon with a long handle, used especially for serving soup in Assamese

A large expansive fast-growing tree with leaves about 10 cm long, commonly grown alongside avenues. The leaves make good cattle fodder. in Assamese

a large fire made with wood or straw in the day of Assamese harvest festival, locally known as Bhogali Bihu in Assam. in Assamese

A large flat cooking utensil used to cook large quantities of food for a party. in Assamese

a large flat object made of metal or leather that soldiers held in front of their bodies to protect themselves in Assamese

A large fresh water fish with golden yellow scales. It ranges from Malaysia, Indonesia, across southern Asia to Pakistan, including the Indian Peninsula. in Assamese

a large freshwater fish of the snakehead or channa family found in South Asia and South East Asia, recognized by their black body and scales in Assamese

a large gamosa (the traditional Assamese towel) used for drying after a bath or shower. in Assamese

a large group of insects flying or moving together in Assamese

A large hemispherical brass or copper percussion instrument with a drumhead that can be tuned by adjusting the tension on it. The hemispherical portion may be made of earthen material also. in Assamese

A large hoofed mammal (Equus caballus) having a short-haired coat, a long mane, and a long tail, domesticated since ancient times and used for riding and for drawing or carrying loads. in Assamese

a large house fly having shiny metallic coloring, often with blue, green, or black bodies. Antennae are 3-segmented, aristate. in Assamese

a large insect with a long curved tail containing a poisonous sting. Scorpions live in hot dry places. Scorpions are predatory arthropod animals of the order Scorpiones within the class Arachnida. They have eight legs and are easily recognised by the pair in Assamese

a large knife with a wide blade, used for cutting trees and plants or as a weapon in Assamese

a large lemon, usually 6.25-11.25 cm long that becomes yellow when it is ripe in Assamese

A large mammal with a single horn found in Assam and Nepal in Assamese

a large mass of snow, ice, etc., detached from a mountain slope and sliding or falling suddenly downward in Assamese

a large metallic vessel for cooking or boling rice etc. in Assamese

A large natural stream of water emptying into an ocean, lake, or other body of water and usually fed along its course by converging tributaries. in Assamese

a large organ lying in the human body to the left of the stomach below the diaphragm, serving to store blood, disintegrate old blood cells, filter foreign substances from the blood. in Assamese

A large package or carton of goods. in Assamese

a large piece of cloth for covering the bed. in Assamese

A large piece of earth, clay or some other materials without definite shape. in Assamese

A large piece of fabric (usually canvas fabric) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel. in Assamese

a large piece of fresh meat or fish in Assamese

A large piece of unshaped wood. in Assamese

a large plane that carries passengers. in Assamese

A large plucked string instrument used in Hindustani music. It is an ancient instrument, and is rarely played in the present day. The rudra veena declined in popularity partly due to the introduction, in the early nineteenth century, of the surbahar, whic in Assamese

a large poisonous snake, that inhabits grassy plains and sparse woodlands from southern Sudan southward to the Cape Peninsula in South Africa. It is the most common and most widespread snake belonging to the Elapidae, or cobra family. Adults average 5 to in Assamese

a large public room or building in Assamese

a large quick growing deciduous tree, with a close and even-grained wood, which is used largely in making the farnichar. in Assamese

a large road vehicle that carries passengers, usually on a fixed route. It stops at particular places to let the passengers get on and off. in Assamese

a large round raised part in body generally on a animal's or person's back in Assamese

a large scandent shrub with slender branches and gland-dotted leaves. Its principal constituents are embelin, quercitol and fatty ingredients. An alkaloid, christembine, a resinoid, tannins and minute quantities of a volatile oil are present. The dried fr in Assamese

a large snakehead fish commonly used as food and found mostly in South East asia also known for their wound healing properties in Assamese

a large sports-ground or racecourse usually with seats for spectators. in Assamese

A large strong cat of southern Asia and Africa, which is adept at climbing trees, with a black spotted yellowish coat. Scientific name Panthera pardus. in Assamese

A large suberect shrub, from the genus Jasminum, with hairy climbing branchlets; leaves simple opposite, ovate or ovate-oblong, acuminate, grey-fomentose on both surfaces;. flowers white, fragrant, in lax trichotomous pubescent panicles; fruit sing in Assamese

a large tendon that runs from the heel to the calf in Assamese

a large tree bearing oval, shiny green fruit known to have anti fungal and antibacterial properties in Assamese

A large tree found in the temperate and tropical regions of Asia such as Yunnan province of China, Bhutan, North East India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Laos,Thailand and Malaysia. in Assamese

A large tree having sinewy, fluted stems and branches with a mottled appearance that arises from having bark that sheds throughout the year. The leaves are opposite, simple, with entire margins, and vary from 5-20 cm (2-8 in). While all species are woody in Assamese

A large tree with hardwood, Common in Northern countries in Assamese

a large turban or head-wrap in Assamese

A large upright musical instrument with strings running from top to bottom of an open three-conered frame, played by stroking or plucking the strings with the hand. in Assamese

a large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. in Assamese

a large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. It is a resident breeder in southern Asia from India east to southern China and Java. in Assamese

A large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. It is a widespread species, which is a resident breeder in southern Asia and Australasia, from India east to New Guinea and the northern half of Australia. In Australia, it is also given the common name in Assamese

a large water frog, Common in northern India, the bullfrog is prized for its meat in south-east Asian countries in Assamese

a large, conspicuous yellow and black banded snake with a prominent backbone, blunt tail and rounded head. The bands are faded on the underside. All kraits are nocturnal. The banded krait can reach 8 ft in length. Diet consists of small mammals, lizards, in Assamese

a large, stately bird and a medium-sized crane at 100-130 cm (40-52 in) long, with a 180-240 cm (71-96 in) wingspan and a weight of 4.5-6 kg (10-13.2 lbs). It is grey with a white facial streak and a bunch of black wing plumes. Adults have a red crown pat in Assamese

a large, stocky, shaggy-haired wild ox, Bos grunniens, of the Tibetan highlands, having long, curved horns in Assamese

a large, sturdy box or chest for holding or transporting clothes, personal effects, or other articles in Assamese

a large, tropical, milky-juiced tree, of the mulberry family, having stiff and glossy green leaves, cultivated for its very large, edible fruit and seeds. in Assamese

A large, usually printed placard, bill, or announcement, often illustrated, that is posted to advertise or publicize something.An artistic work, often a reproduction of an original painting or photograph, printed on a large sheet of paper. in Assamese

a large-sized boat dug out from a single tree trunk. in Assamese

A larger and heavier version of the jungle crow with black feathers and a massive bill. Males and females look alike.It is usually seen in pairs, also they are monogamous in their entire life. Its lifetime is up to 15 years. It is omnivorous, eats almost in Assamese

A larva of louse that hatches out from the eggs in Assamese

A larval frog or toad having tail. in Assamese

a late 20th century style and movement in art, literature, architecture etc. that reacted against modernism in Assamese

A law made by a local authority or rules made by a organisation for its members in Assamese

a layer of foul or impure matter that forms on the surface of a liquid. in Assamese

A layer of rock of same characteristics distinct from its surrounding rocks in Assamese

a lazy and fashionable young man in Assamese

a leaf of a banana tree. in Assamese

a leaf or plate containing left over of food in Assamese

A learned or scientific trade which one practices for livelihood in Assamese

A legal document giving official permission to do something. in Assamese

a legal system by which the inventor or discoverer of a product can preserve the right to manufacture / produce the product in Assamese

A legally authenticated written/printed testimony to the truth of any fact; as, certificate of good behavior. in Assamese

A legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (usually in favour of plaintiff). in Assamese

A legendary singer of Assam. He is known for his wonderful crisp voice and flawless diction, as a lyricist, he is known for poetic compositions and parables that touch on a wide range of themes-ranging from the erotic to social and political commentary, a in Assamese

a legume plant native of southern europe and Asia. Used as a spice in Chinese cooking. Its roots are proven to have expectorant properties and used in Ayurvedic and traditional medicinal practices. in Assamese

a legume plant of the fabaceae family found in East Africa, South Asia and Central America in Assamese

a legume which is used for animal fodder and human nutrition, especially in Brazil. It is also the source of concanavalin A. in Assamese

A length of the thumb and the forefinger when both are extended. in Assamese

a length of yarn or thread wound on a reel or swift in Assamese

a less advanced state, i.e. behind time or progress in Assamese

a letter formally advising ones employer about leaving ones job in Assamese

A letter from the employeer to a prospective employee stating that he/she has been accepted for a job or position. in Assamese

A letter where someone propose the name of a candidate. in Assamese

a level in the society in Assamese

a level of quality that is generally accepted. in Assamese

A lever is a rigid object that is used with an appropriate fulcrum or pivot point to multiply the mechanical force that can be applied to another object. in Assamese

a license-holder; a person who has received a formal attestation of professional competence to practise a certain profession or teach a certain skill or subject in Assamese

a licensed practitioner who is skilled in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases, injuries, and malformations of the teeth, jaws, and mouth and who makes and inserts false teeth in Assamese

A life which is longer than the average life. in Assamese

a light carried in the hand; consists of some flammable substance in Assamese

A light current of air; a gentle wind in Assamese

A light fitful and short sleep. in Assamese

A light hardwood tree endemic to Assam in Assamese

a light wrapper worn on the breast by women. in Assamese

a light, gentle wind or breeze in Assamese

A light, sharp ringing sound, as of glass or metal. in Assamese

a light, small, portable, usually circular cover for protection from rain or sun, consisting of a fabric held on a collapsible frame of thin ribs radiating from the top of a carrying stick or handle in Assamese

a light, two-wheeled vehicle for one person, usually drawn by two horses and driven from a standing position in Assamese

A lightweight cord usually made of fiber, used for fastening, tying, or lacing. in Assamese

A lightweight cotton cloth with a smooth and slightly stiff finish; used for clothing and bandages. in Assamese

A line drawn at 90 degree to a tangent at the point of intersection in Assamese

a line having a bent; deviating from a straight path in Assamese

a line made by parting the hair on the head. in Assamese

A line of latitude near but to the south of the north pole; it marks the northernmost point at which the sun is visible on the northern winter solstice and the southernmost point at which the midnight sun can be seen on the northern summer solstice. in Assamese

a line on the middle of the head that appears on parting the hair in Assamese

A line or plane at right angles or 90 degrees to a horizontal plane in Assamese

A line traced by a point traveling in a constant direction; a line of zero curvature. in Assamese

a line, mark or level above which is considered a vulnerability to harm or risk in Assamese

A line, road or pattern which makes alternate repeated sharp turns, loooks like a series of the English letter W or M as it bends to the left and then to the right again in Assamese

a linear measure equal to four yards or 12 feet in Assamese

A linguistic process of transposition of sounds or syllables within a word or words within a sentence in Assamese

a liquid metal. With a freezing point of ?38.83 °C and boiling point of 356.73 °C, mercury has one of the narrowest ranges of its liquid state of any metal. in Assamese

a liquid used for dissolving a solid substance so that it becomes part of the liquid in Assamese

a liquid with rose scent made from rose leaves. in Assamese

A list of all the chemical elements, arranged according to their atomic number. in Assamese

A list of divisions (chapters or articles of a book) and the pages on which they start in Assamese

a list or book explaing the meanings of technical terms, registers or special words, especially those used in a particular text or discipline, e.g. A Glossary of Literary Terms in Assamese

a list or group of persons selected for some service in Assamese

a list, plan, outline, or the like, of things to be done, matters to be acted or voted upon, etc in Assamese

a literary and cultural revolution started in western Europe in the eighteenth century in Assamese

a literary language used by Sankardeva, Madhavdeva and other Vaisnava poets in Bargeet and Ankiya-naat in Assamese

A literary or artistic work that imitates the characteristic style of an author or a work for comic effect or to ridicule something/somebody. in Assamese

a little drop of water or some other liquid. in Assamese

A little or half learning about something. in Assamese

A living facilities where mentally ill people are provided shelter and treatment in Assamese

a load carried on the back. in Assamese

A load of needful things carried by the bridegroom`s party to the brides home in Assamese

a load or shrill sound ottered as an spontenous expression of joy. in Assamese

A locality in the metro city of Mumbai (formarly Bombay) in Assamese

a locality of historical importance in the Sibsagar district of Assam. Joymoti was punished in this open field. in Assamese

A Localized version of the language Hindi in Assamese

A lock of hair growing or falling over the forehead. in Assamese

A logarithmic scale used to rate the strength or total energy of earthquakes. The scale has no upper limit but usually ranges from 1 to 9. Because it is logarithmic, an earthquake rated as 5 is ten times as powerful as one rated as 4. An earthquake with a in Assamese

A logical or natural association between two or more things in Assamese

a long and broad mark with paint on the forehead in Assamese

a long array of fruits/seeds within a sheeth in Assamese

A long artificial mound of stone or earth; built to hold back water or to support a road or as protection. in Assamese

a long bamboo pole used in punting or propelling a boat in Assamese

a long bodied freshwater amphibian fish with scale but no fins. In Assam consumption of this fish is believed to lead to increase in hemoglobin content in blood. Found in the whole stretch from Pakistan to Myanmar in Assamese

A long coat worn by men,especially in northern India and Pakistan. in Assamese

a long flat piece in Assamese

a long flat raised structure at a railway station, where people get on and off trains. in Assamese

a long garland hung at the gate (connecting two pillars) in an Assamese marriage. in Assamese

A long handel hammer made of wood used in breaking clods. in Assamese

a long handle fishing Spear. in Assamese

A long journey to a foreign or distant place, especially by sea. in Assamese

a long loose piece of clothing that covers the whole body, including the head and face,worn in public by Muslim women in some countries. in Assamese

a long molecule made up of chain of identical structural units or monomers in Assamese

a long narrow cloth wrapped over the breast of Assamese woman in Assamese

A long narrow excavation in the earth. in Assamese

a long necked string instrument used in Hindustani classical music( both as solo and accompanying instrument) and played by plucking the strings, in Assamese

a long passage inside a building with doors on each side in Assamese

A long period of abnormally low rainfall, especially one that adversely affects growing or living conditions. in Assamese

a long piece of cloth hung like a temporary mosquito-net in Assamese

a long piece of cloth made of coarse cotton thread, folded twice and used as a wrapper in Assamese

A long piece of cloth that is wrapped around the body and worn as the main piece of clothing by women in south Asia. in Assamese

a long piece of flat wood placed under a reed wall in Assamese

a long piece of split bamboo bound around the edge of a basket, etc. in Assamese

a long pyjama and top worn by women. in Assamese

A long rope for confining a grazing animal in Assamese

a long rope used to fit a net, screen etc. is fitted up or stretched in Assamese

A long seat, often without a back, for two or more persons. in Assamese

a long stick with a hook at the end used for seizing and pulling anything. in Assamese

A long term plan or policy, art of war in Assamese

a long thin piece of material that is worn under a shirt collar, especially by men, and tied in a knot at the front. in Assamese

a long tune in between rhyming or singing of religious songs in Assamese

A long upholstered seat typically with a back and arms. in Assamese

a long verse often telling a hero's story in Assamese

a long vertical mark drawn by the Hindus on the forehead. in Assamese

a long, flat and smooth construction of tar concrete or brick over the earth connection two destinations for traveling in Assamese

a long, lashlike appendage serving as an organ of locomotion in protozoa, bacteria, sperm cells, etc. in Assamese

a long, narrow flag usually used in ships for signaling. in Assamese

A long, narrow furrow on the surface of a wooden item or something else. in Assamese

A long, pointed tooth of a snake used for biting and injecting venom in Assamese

A long, pointed tooth of animals used for biting and tearing flesh in Assamese

a long, slender rod usually made of bamboo for use in catching fish in Assamese

a long, usually slender piece of tallow or wax with an embedded wick that is burned to give light in Assamese

a long,complex and substantial piece of music for an orchestra in Assamese

a long,narrow cut or trench in the ground made by a plough for planting seeds in Assamese

a long-distance running event with an official distance of 42.195 kilometres (26 miles and 385 yards). in Assamese

a long-eared, slow, patient, sure-footed domesticated mammal in Assamese

a longing or craving, as for something that brings satisfaction or enjoyment in Assamese

a look at somebody or something for a very short time ,when one doesnot see the person or thing completely. in Assamese

A loop formed in a cord or rope slips and binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled. in Assamese

a loop with a running knot of rope or cane made for holding or pulling heavy goods in Assamese

A loop, ring, or other contrivance of metal, wood, leather, etc., suspended from the saddle of a horse to support the rider's foot. in Assamese

a loose coat/garment usually worn over other clothes to keep them clean in Assamese

a loose dress or piece of women's underwear. in Assamese

A loose shoe easily slipped on; A kind of shoe worn indoors. in Assamese

a loose-fitting trousers tied by a drawstring around the waist or nightclothes worn for sleeping worn by men and women. in Assamese

A loss or impairment of voluntary movement in a body part, caused by injury or disease of the nerves, brain, or spinal cord. in Assamese

a lot of noise, like when a number of people speak loadly simuultenously. in Assamese

a lot of things crowded together in Assamese

A lot of, over-abundance in Assamese

a loud and simultatneous utterance of the name of Hari. in Assamese

A loud burst of voice or voices; a vehement and sudden outcry, especially of a multitudes expressing joy, triumph, exultation, or animated courage in Assamese

a loud call to a person at a distance. in Assamese

A loud prolonged cry or shriek in Assamese

A loud raucous cry (as of an owl) in Assamese

a loud, explosive, resounding noise produced by the explosive expansion of air heated by a lightning discharge in Assamese

a loud, harsh and unpleasent sound/voice. in Assamese

a loud, unrestrained burst of laughter. in Assamese

A low growing plant with many branches in Assamese

a low plain bounded by mountains in Assamese

a low-melting, malleable, ductile metallic element nearly approaching silver in color and luster: used in plating and in making alloys, tinfoil, and soft solders. Symbol:. Sn; atomic weight:. 118.69; atomic number:. 50; specific gravity:. 7.31 at 20°C. in Assamese

a lump or chunk of raw meat in Assamese

a machine for pressing out the juice of the sugar-cane in Assamese

a machine for use in working wood, metal, etc., that holds the material and rotates it about a horizontal axis against a tool that shapes it in Assamese

a machine or an engine that receives its power from a wheel that is turned by the pressure of water, air or gas. in Assamese

A machine or apparatus for weaving fabric in Assamese

a machine or device that changes something into a different form. in Assamese

a machine run by steam. in Assamese

a machine that burns a fuel like petrol or diesel and generates rotating power to run another machine in Assamese

a machine that compresses air or other gases. in Assamese

a machine that cools things, room etc. using water. in Assamese

A machine that helps a patient to breathe. Patients are usually placed on a ventilator because of a medical problem that makes it hard for them to breathe well on their own. While on the ventilator, the body is able to rest so that it can heal. The ventil in Assamese

A machine that separates the cotton fibers from the seeds. in Assamese

a machine-made uniform of wool, silk, nylon, rayon, etc., characteristically soft and elastic, used for Sports. in Assamese

a main road, esp. one between towns or cities. in Assamese

A major Asian country, situated north of India with a long history of more than 5000 years. in Assamese

A major city in North-East India. Known as the gateway to the North-East. in Assamese

A major city of metropolitan of India, the capital of the state of West Bengal in Assamese

' title='meaning of A major industrial town in Assam and headquarter of Tinsukia District.Old name was Bangmora which was the capital of the Motak Dynasty.

COORDINATES: 27°30'0.00N AND 95°21'36.00E

in assamese'>A major industrial town in Assam and headquarter of Tinsukia District.Old name was Bangmora which was the capital of the Motak Dynasty.

COORDINATES: 27°30'0.00N AND 95°21'36.00E

in Assamese

A major river flowing though the northern part of India. in Assamese

A major river of India that flows through the state of Orissa. in Assamese

A major river of South Asia. in Assamese

A major town in Upper Assam, situated on the bank of the river Brahmaputra. Headquarter of Dibrugarh district which produces 50% of Indian tea. Assam Medical College and Dibrugarh University are situated here. in Assamese

a maker of trinkets, baubles, toys &c. in Assamese

a maker, a person or thing that creates. in Assamese

a makeshift bed on the floor. in Assamese

A male character in the great epic of Mahabharata. He was the son of Damaghosha, king of Chedi, by Srutadeva, sister of Vasudeva; he was therefore cousin of Krishna, but he was Krishna's implacable foe, because Krishna had carried off Rukmini, his intend in Assamese

a male child or person in relation to his parents. in Assamese

a male elephant with small or slender tusks in Assamese

a male friend/relative who accompanies and helps the bridegroom at a wedding ceremony. in Assamese

A male goat who does not lose the functions of the testes. in Assamese

A male having the same parents as another or one parent in common with another in Assamese

a male individual who experience a sexual attraction toward, and responsiveness to, other males. in Assamese

a male infant in Assamese

a male member of a royal family; especially a son of the sovereign in Assamese

A male of the pat or white silk worm. in Assamese

A male organ, esp. one of the pair in scrotum, that produces sperm in Assamese

A male peafowl, distinguished by its crested head, brilliant blue or green plumage, and long modified back feathers that are marked with iridescent eyelike spots and that can be spread in a fanlike form. in Assamese

A male sheep that has been castrated. in Assamese

a male sovereign ruler of a kingdom in Assamese

a male who excretes frequently or several times a day (as a habit or due to some ailment). in Assamese

A male who is unable to achieve an erection or something that is not effective in Assamese

a male whose occupation is weaving in Assamese

a malleable, ductile, metallic element having a characteristic reddish-brown color: used in large quantities as an electrical conductor and in the manufacture of alloys, as brass and bronze. Symbol: Cu; atomic weight: 63.54; atomic number: 29; specific gr in Assamese

a mammal of the family Suidae, having short legs, cloven hooves, bristly hair, and a cartilaginous snout used for digging in Assamese

a man belongs to Kabul, Afganisthan. in Assamese

A man dwelling in the forest. in Assamese

a man engaged to be married. in Assamese

A man going to meet his beloved secretly. in Assamese

a man keeping a woman as his wife without a formal marriage. in Assamese

a man like figure that people, especially children, make out of snow for amusement. in Assamese

a man living at the house of a woman who keeps him. in Assamese

a man living in the family into which he marries in Assamese

a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities in Assamese

a man of high social position or used as the title for such a nobleman. in Assamese

a man of the fourth or servile class of Hindus,according to the old Varnasrama classification of Hindu society. in Assamese

a man or a group of people who works in other`s house without being paid for. in Assamese

A man who begets or raises or nurtures a child in Assamese

a man who engage in many love affairs, especially with a frivolous or casual attitude in Assamese

a man who guides a plough pulled by animals in Assamese

a man who has greater strength, ability, intelligence, etc. than other men in Assamese

a man who illegally live together with a widow in Assamese

A man who looking for help from others. in Assamese

a man who married more than one woman at the same time. in Assamese

A man who operates a ferry/boat to carry person from one side of the rive to other side of the river. in Assamese

A man who plays on a musical instrument named Khul. in Assamese

A man who serves as the leader of a work crew, as in a factory. in Assamese

A man who serves one-eight of a day and night at a temple. in Assamese

a man who takes the place of a father in raising a child in Assamese

a man who uses evil spirits to do magic (in stories) in Assamese

a man whose job is to stop fires from burning. in Assamese

a man wishing to marry a particular woman. in Assamese

a man with a beautiful face as like as moon. in Assamese

A man with a lack of facial hair. in Assamese

a man's beard trimmed to a tuft or point on the chin in Assamese

a man's partner in marriage; the female spouse in Assamese

a man-made source of light in Assamese

a manner of walking, stepping, or running in Assamese

A manual device that opens lock in Assamese

A manual machine or apparatus for weaving fabric. Usually, a frame for interlacing at right angles two or more sets of threads or yarns to form a cloth. in Assamese

A manually operated device for extinguishing small fires. in Assamese

a mark in ones body present since birth in Assamese

a mark of punctuation. in Assamese

a mark of three vertical line drawn on the forehead in Assamese

a mark on the body left on the body of a person recovered from smallpox in Assamese

a mark or sign of disgrace, a trace of an undesirable quality or substance. in Assamese

a mark or stroke long in proportion to its breadth, made with a pen, pencil, tool, etc., on a surface in Assamese

A mark remaining on the skin or an organ from the wound. in Assamese

a mark, indentation, figure, etc., produced by pressure. in Assamese

a market in which there are many buyers but only one seller. Thus, the seller obtains exclusive control of a commodity or service in the market, or a control that makes possible the manipulation of prices in Assamese

a market place. in Assamese

A marriage between a high caste bridegroom with a law caste bride. in Assamese

A marriage between a law caste bridegroom with a high caste bride. in Assamese

a marriage by mutual consent, where no particular customs are followed in Assamese

a married couple, husband and wife in Assamese

a married woman. in Assamese

a marshy place where plenty of water straw grasses are growing in Assamese

A masonry construction (usually curved) in any architecture for spanning an opening and supporting the weight above it. in Assamese

a mass of abnormally growing cells that serve no useful bodily function in Assamese

a mass of hard protective tissue produced in woody plants at the site of an injury in Assamese

a mass of tissue resembling an embryo in Assamese

a mass of undifferentiated cells produced as the first stage in tissue culture in Assamese

a mass transport system with a number of boggies that runs on a steel track in Assamese

a mat made of some plant like central rib of a banana's tree. in Assamese

A mat prepared by thin strips of bamboo. in Assamese

a mat-like covering made of pieces of split bamboo in Assamese

a material object without life or consciousness; an inanimate object in Assamese

a material object, service, etc., conducive to sumptuous living, usually a delicacy, elegance, or refinement of living rather than a necessity: in Assamese

a material or logic that establishes a fact to be true in Assamese

A material similar to thick, stiff paper, that is made of pressed paper pulp or pasted sheets of paper. It is used for making cartons and signs. in Assamese

a material through which heat, electricity or sound can be transmitted or conducted in Assamese

a maternal great grand-father in Assamese

A maternal uncle of one's husband or wife. in Assamese

A mathematical concept that deals with an instance of change or the rate or magnitude of change in Assamese

a mathematical operation, symbolized by a × b, a • b, a ? b, or ab, and signifying, when a and b are positive integers, that a is to be added to itself as many times as there are units in b. in Assamese

A mathematical series which is an infinite series, that diverges, albeit slowly, to infinity in Assamese

a mathematical statement established with logic in Assamese

a mattress filled with straw. in Assamese

a mature sexual reproductive cell, as a sperm or egg, that unites with another cell to form a new organism in Assamese

a mausoleum located in Agra, India, built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan in memory of his favorite wife, Mumtaz Mahal. in Assamese

A meal eaten at midday in Assamese

a meal of boiled sunned rice and ghee. Usually taken by Hindus when a closed relative dies. in Assamese

a meal where a large number of people eat together in Assamese

A means of conveyance in Assamese

a measure of a material's ability to conduct electric charge; the reciprocal of the resistance in Assamese

a measure of how good or bad an item is among a group of comparable items in Assamese

A measure of land containing four square yards (=144 square feet) or one-hundredth part of a bigha. in Assamese

A measure of land in India and its neighbouring countries that is equal to five kattha. in Assamese

a measure of length equal to that from the elbow to the middle joint of the little finger in Assamese

a measure of sunlight. in Assamese

a measure of the ability of a material to withstand a longitudinal stress, expressed as the greatest stress that the material can stand without breaking in Assamese

A measure of the heaviness of an object in Assamese

a measure of weight approximately 250 grams. Four powas make a kilogram (also litre) in Assamese

A measure of weight equivalent to 2240 pound or 1000 kilogram in Assamese

a measurement in space, for example the height width or length of something in Assamese

a measurement of the size of something in a particular direction, such as the length, width, height, or diameter in Assamese

A measurement of weight in Assamese

A measuring instrument for detecting and measuring the intensity and direction and duration of movements of the ground (as an earthquake). e.g., The seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the earthquake in Assamese

a measuring rod of two cubits length in Assamese

a measuring rod used for land measurement in Assamese

a measurment of some size of (agricultural) land in Assamese

A mechanical device or part whose name is forgotten or unknown in Assamese

A mechanical device that blows a strong current of air used to make a fire burn more fiercely. in Assamese

a mechanical device used in lighting gas stove (gas lighter), cigarettes, cigars, or pipes for smoking. It consists of a metal or plastic container filled with a flammable fluid or pressurized liquid gas, a means of ignition, and some provision for exting in Assamese

A medical condition in which the capacity of the blood to transport oxygen to the tissues is reduced, either because of too few red blood cells, or because of too little haemoglobin, resulting in pallor and fatigue in Assamese

a medical instrument used for listening to the heart beats or movement of air in the lungs or any other sounds inside the body. in Assamese

a medical practitioner who is specialized in neurology in Assamese

a medical treatment with heavy does of chemicals in Assamese

A medicinal herb of the mint family found in Japan, Korea,China, North-East India and Thailand. Used in traditional Assamese dishes. Also known to have tick repellent properties. in Assamese

a medicinal herb which creeps on low shady grounds having round leaves and narrow stems in Assamese

a medicinal herb with leaves serrated at the edges. in Assamese

a medicinal plant found in Assam traditionally used to cure high blood pressure in Assamese

a medicinal plant found in the himalayan foothills. The leaves smell like garlic when crushed and known to have insect repellent properties. Used for treating dysentery, fevers, high blood pressure, hypochondria, insanity, insect stings, insomnia, painful in Assamese

A medicinal plant with bitter leaves and white flowers. The leaves and roots are beneficial for cough. in Assamese

a medicinal plant. in Assamese

a medicine made from plants and used to prevent or treat disease or promote health in Assamese

a medicine or application that promotes suppuration or formation of pus in Assamese

a medicine that can be easily obtained or prepared in Assamese

A medium size bird [13 in (33 cm); 3.6 oz (104 g)] with banded trails, bars on the abdomen and flanks. It has loud, shrieking call, often heard singing at night with a bright moon. Can be found in India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka. It feeds in Assamese

a medium tempo or octave (faster than vilambit but slower than the drut)in Indian classical vocal or instrumental performance, usually towards the middle of the performance. in Assamese

a medium to large size tree, occasionally reaching 30 metres in height; used for roadside plantings, building and furniture timber, as well as in traditional Chinese medicine in Assamese

a medium-sized pigeon, 28 centimeters in length. The head, tail, and underparts are bright green, with a grey crown to the head. The legs are red, and the bill is thin and in Assamese

a meeting for expression of sympathy with another in sorrow or grief. in Assamese

a meeting of the highest level of diplomatic or other governmental officials in Assamese

A meeting or conference for the public discussion of some topic especially one in which the participants form an audience and make presentations. in Assamese

A meeting over a formal lunch in Assamese

a meeting, or period for meetings, of a court, council, parliament etc in Assamese

A melody mode of Assamese Borgit. in Assamese

A member of a committee or assembly not selected by election. in Assamese

a member of a committee, board, group, etc., designated as immediately subordinate to a chairman and serving as such in the latter's absence; a person who acts for and assists a chairman in Assamese

a member of a council in Assamese

a member of a people who have no fixed residence but move from place to place usually seasonally and within a well-defined territory; an individual who roams about in Assamese

A member of a political party or group that advocates socialism. in Assamese

a member of a small independent group taking part in irregular fighting, typically against larger regular forces in Assamese

a member of an assembly in Assamese

a member of Sikhism, a religion developed in India (in the state of Punjab) in late 15th century. in Assamese

a member of the cuckoo order of birds, the Cuculiformes, which also includes such birds as the roadrunners, the anis, and couas. It is found from southern Asia, China, and into Australia. Like many cuckoos, it lays its eggs in other birds' nests. in Assamese

a member of the group of people that went to S.Asia in around 1500 BC and also spoke any of the languages of the Indo-European group. in Assamese

A member of the highest of the four major Hindu castes of traditional Indian society, responsible for officiating at religious rites and studying and teaching the Vedas. in Assamese

a member of the percussion group of musical instrument, technically classified as a membranophone. It consists of at least one membrane, called a drumhead or drum skin, that is stretched over a shell and struck, either directly with parts of a player's b in Assamese

a membrane-bound cavity within a cell, often containing a watery liquid or secretion in Assamese

a mental disorder characterized by an all-encompassing low mood accompanied by low self-esteem, and by loss of interest or pleasure in normally enjoyable activities in Assamese

a mental image or conception in Assamese

a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services in Assamese

a message or communication sent by telegraph; a telegraphic dispatch. in Assamese

A message service offered by the GSM digital cellular telephone system. Using SMS, a short alphanumeric message (160 alphanumeric characters) can be sent to a mobile phone to be displayed there, much like in an alphanumeric pager system. in Assamese

A message that is stated or declared; a communication (oral or written) setting forth particulars or facts etc. in Assamese

a messenger of the regent of death. in Assamese

a metal container of moderate depth, usually having a long handle and sometimes a cover, for stewing, boiling, etc. in Assamese

a metal container with a lid, spout and handle used for boiling water. in Assamese

A metal fastener having a tapered shank with a helical thread, and topped with a slotted head, driven into wood or the like by rotating, esp. by means of a screwdriver. in Assamese

a metal lamp with five wicks. in Assamese

A metal tool with handle, used for holding things firmly and twisting and cutting wire. in Assamese

a metallic (usually gold or silver) thread in Assamese

A metallic water-vessel with a spout in which water is offered either to a deity or king. in Assamese

A method of argument for resolving disagreement that is central to Indic and European philosophy, since antiquity. in Assamese

a method of carrying out a calculation to find the value of a number of items by first finding the cost of one of them in Assamese

a method of catching wild elephants by running them down with domesticated tame elephants in Assamese

a method of cell division, in which the nucleus divides into daughter nuclei, each containing the same number of chromosomes as the parent nucleus in Assamese

a method of printing patterns on cloth using wax on the parts that will not have any colour. in Assamese

a method or device for transmitting documents, drawings, photographs, or the like, by means of radio or telephone for exact reproduction elsewhere. in Assamese

a metric unit of length equal to 1000 meters. in Assamese

A metric unit of volume equal to 1,000 liters. in Assamese

a metrical version of something in Assamese

a mid twentieth century style and movement in art, architecture and literature where modern ideas, techniques and materials were used rather than traditional ones. in Assamese

a middle sized tree with dark green foliage. It grown wild in Assam and cultivated in the backyards of Assamese household. The fruit is about 5 cm. In diameter, globous but slightly tapering towards apex. The ripe fruit is dull in colour outside and orang in Assamese

A migratory bird, wintering south to India, southeast Asia and Indonesia. in Assamese

a migratory fish found in Padma, Meghna and lower Brahmaputra rivers. It is the national fish of Bangladesh. in Assamese

a mild slap given with the open hand in Assamese

a military cap in the form of a cylinder or truncated cone, with a visor and a plume or pompon in Assamese

A military engineer who does digging trenches or undermining fortifications. in Assamese

a military expedition to recover the Holy Land. in Assamese

A military or armed service that conducts aerial warfare. It typically consists of a combination of fighters, bombers, helicopters, transport planes and other aircraft. in Assamese

A military post stationed at a distance from the main body of troops. in Assamese

a milk product, a clarified butter without any solid milk particles or water. Used for cooking in India and some other South Asian countries. in Assamese

A milky exudate from certain plants that coagulates on exposure to air. in Assamese

a mill for grinding grains in Assamese

a mill for grinding rice. in Assamese

A mill used to extract oil from mustard seed, sesamum etc. in Assamese

a mine or pit from which coal is obtained. in Assamese

A minimum rhythmic unit of spoken language consisting of a vowel often preceded or followed by consonants. in Assamese

A minister of lower rank. in Assamese

A minister, a counselor of a state, a title awarded by Mohomedan kings. Now a surname of Assam. in Assamese

A minor nature goddess usually depicted as a beautiful maiden that is believed to live under water. in Assamese

A minor request to someone to go along with. in Assamese

a minute colorless anucleate disklike body of mammalian blood that assists in blood clotting in Assamese

A minute or thorough treatment or account, e.g., went into detail about his travels in Assamese

a mischievious person in Assamese

a mischievous trick done with a bad intention in Assamese

a mischivious young boy. in Assamese

a mission to promote, create a repository of Assamese language and literature in the internet. The present movement is inspired by the Jonaki Jug in Assamese literature. in Assamese

a mixed, soft mode of music based on the basic tunes in Assamese

A mixture containing two or more metallic elements or metallic and nonmetallic elements usually fused together or dissolving into each other when molten. in Assamese

A mixture of decayed organic matter, like vegetable wastes, used for manure in Assamese

A mixture of five spices(aniseed,cumin seed,pepper,black cumin,fenugreek seed) used in S.Asian cooking. in Assamese

a mixture of flour and water turned to a thick paste for baking into bread, roti etc. in Assamese

a mixture of lime or cement or a combination of both with sand and water, used as a bonding agent between bricks, stones, etc. in Assamese

a mixture of raw vegetables, usually served with other food as part of a meal. in Assamese

A mixture of slight red and brown colors. in Assamese

a mixture of spices and condiments used to season dishes of meat. in Assamese

a mixture prepared from deep fried peanuts etc. along with green chilly, salt, oil and such other stuffs. in Assamese

a mode of analytical inquiry,a theory in literature and philosophy that states that a text may possess so many different meanings that it cannot have a single, fixed meaning. It emphasizes the role of the reader in the production of meaning in Assamese

a mode of being or form of existence of a person or thing in Assamese

a mode of carrying a child horizontally on the lap by extending the arms in Assamese

a mode of sitting with the thighs crossed as in a religious contemplation. in Assamese

A moderate climate where there is neither so much hot nor so much cold. in Assamese

A Mohmedan festival observed by the Siya cast in the month of Muharram. in Assamese

A moidam is an earthen pyramid. The practice of building moidams over the graves of the dead had been in vogue in Assam during the Ahom dynasty’s rule between 1228 and 1826. in Assamese

A mojor ethnic group of Assam. Also, known as Tai Ahoms. They ruled parts of present day Assam for nearly 600 years: from 1228 to 1826. in Assamese

a molecule of low molecular weight capable of reacting with identical or different molecules of low molecular weight to form a polymer in Assamese

a momentary or slight appearance. in Assamese

a monetary resource, preserved for future use or accumulated for a specific purpose in Assamese

a monetary unit or coin worth 1/64 of a rupee, formerly used in India in Assamese

a monkey without tails in Assamese

A month in the geogorian calender in Assamese

A month in the Gregorian calender in Assamese

a monument built in the memory of a person(s) (or soldiers killed in war) burried somewhere else. in Assamese

a monument in the form of a column, erected in memory of a victorious war or battle in Assamese

a motion of the bowels in Assamese

A mound of soil, sand, or dirt formed by ants or termites in digging or building a nest in Assamese

A mountain in Mysore, where the monkey kings Bali and Sugriva resided. in Assamese

A mountain range in Europe in Assamese

a Mouzadar of tha Darrang district in the days of early British rule, a family title. in Assamese

A movable structure used to close off an entrance, typically consisting of a panel that swings on hinges or that slides or rotates. in Assamese

A movement (usually involuntary) of the muscles of the face, particularly of the lips, with a peculiar expression of the eyes, indicating merriment, satisfaction, or derision, and usually attended by a sonorous and interrupted expulsion of air from the lu in Assamese

A movement in chess which forces the opponent to guard or move his king. in Assamese

a movement initiated in order to accomplish a goal in Assamese

a movement made by lifting the foot and setting it down again in a new position, advancing the body forwards. in Assamese

a movement of a paint brush on a surface in Assamese

a movement of part of body to express an idea or meaning. in Assamese

A movement with a sudden, hard blow in Assamese

a movement, theory (in lanuage,literature and social sciences)that sees any text as a structure and the various parts of a text have meaning only when they are considered in relation to each other. Structuralism began in the work of linguist Ferdinand de in Assamese

a mucical instruments like drum. in Assamese

A mufti-national eatery chain, specially famous for their crispy chicken preparations. in Assamese

a multi-coloured floor covering made of cotton in Assamese

a multistoreyed (Buddhist)temple in East Asia built in the form of a tower.Each storey or level has its own roof which stretches over the floor below. in Assamese

a murderer of one's father. in Assamese

A muscle transformed into a soft bone in adults. in Assamese

a musical instrument with only one string, resembling a veena in Assamese

A musical instrument with two strings used in Assamese folk songs. in Assamese

A musical instrument, usually use to play during Bihu, made of bamboo. It is made by splitting a bamboo piece lengthwise from one side into two pieces. The other side of the bamboo is kept intact. in Assamese

a musical practice session in Assamese

a musical prelude dedicated to the guru or the master in Assamese

a musical wind instrument consisting of a tube with a series of fingerholes or keys in Assamese

a musician expert in beating a pakhwaj in Assamese

A Muslim administrator under the Muslim regime. in Assamese

a Muslim temple or place of public worship. in Assamese

a mystery for all times. in Assamese

A mystical angel of the dance court of Indra , the king of heaven according to Hindu mythology. in Assamese

A mystical plant produced at the churning of the ocean `and the delight of the nymphs of heaven`. It was kept in Indra`s heaven (Dowson) and found in his garden. in Assamese

a mythical figure who was killed and made into a cluster of stars. in Assamese

A mythical monster traditionally represented as a gigantic reptile having a lion`s claws, the tail of a serpent, wings, and a scaly skin. in Assamese

a mythical mountain in the west, behind which the sun is supposed to set in Assamese

A mythological garden in Hinduism where Lord Krishna and his friends roamed in Assamese

a mythological plant the extracts of which said to save the life of Laxman, the younger brother of Lord Ram. in Assamese

a name given or claimed, often without true credibility for such name in Assamese

A name of sage, who plays a prominent role especially in the Bhagavata Purana. Also known as backbiter. in Assamese

A narcotics addict, especially one using heroin. in Assamese

a narrative of ones life written by self in Assamese

A narrow braid attached to the edge of a fan. in Assamese

A narrow bridge specially designed for pedestrians and made of bamboo, wood etc. in Assamese

a narrow column of light (as from a beacon) in Assamese

a narrow covered passage between two buildings in Assamese

a narrow passage leading to an abscess or the like in Assamese

A narrow path or space between two houses. in Assamese

a narrow strip of land, bordered on both sides by water, connecting two larger bodies of land in Assamese

a narrow, usually cylindrical and more or less filiform extension of the pistil, which, when present, bears the stigma at its apex in Assamese

a nasal sound in Assamese. in Assamese

A national anthem is a generally patriotic musical composition that evokes and eulogizes the history, traditions and struggles of its people, recognized either by a nation's government as the official national song, or by convention through use by the pe in Assamese

A national park is a reserve of land, usually, but not always declared and owned by a national government, protected from most human development and pollution. National parks are a protected area of IUCN category II. in Assamese

A national representative body having supreme legislative powers within the state in Assamese

a native of Sian (Thailand) in Assamese

a native or inhabitant of any place within the territory of India in Assamese

A native or inhabitant of Bangladesh. in Assamese

a native or inhabitant of Burma (Myanmar) in Assamese

A native or inhabitant of India. Hindustani is often used as a synonym of Indian. in Assamese

A native or inhabitant of Pakistan. in Assamese

a natural dark-brown small spot on the human skin. in Assamese

a natural elevation of the earths surface, smaller than a mountain in Assamese

a natural object consisting of a dead animal or person. in Assamese

a natural or artificial elevation or embankment in Assamese

a natural person or other legal entity who receives money or other benefits from a benefactor. in Assamese

a natural substance found in food. It is very essential for the body (human and animal)to grow and stay healthy. in Assamese

A naturally occurring, homogeneous inorganic solid substance having a definite chemical composition and characteristic crystalline structure, color, and hardness in Assamese

A navigable piece of water, generally wider than a strait, which is used for transportation of goods and passenger in Assamese

a nearly flat plain of alluvial deposit between diverging branches of the mouth of a river, often, though not necessarily, triangular: the Nile delta in Assamese

a necklace/garland made of human heads or skulls in Assamese


a negative word used to express dissent, denial, or refusal, as in response to a question or request in Assamese

a net fixed tightly to an oval frame with a long handle, used in various sports for hitting a ball. in Assamese

a net that is used for catching fish. in Assamese

a network of tubular membranes within the cytoplasm of the cell, occurring either with a smooth surface (smooth endoplasmic reticulum) or studded with ribosomes (rough endoplasmic reticulum), involved in the transport of materials in Assamese

A new or second birth after death. in Assamese

a new or young growth that shoots off from some portion of a plant. in Assamese

a new printing. in Assamese

A new scientific idea to be established by proof. A tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon, or scientific problem that can be tested by further investigation. Something taken to be true for the purpose of argument or nvestigation; an assumpt in Assamese

a new, useful process, machine, improvement, etc., that did not exist previously and that is recognized as the product of some unique intuition or genius, as distinguished from ordinary mechanical skill or craftsmanship in Assamese

a newly discovered (2000) freshwater fish of channa family distinguished by bright orange blotches on their fins and found only in Dibrugarh of the Brahmaputra basin in Assamese

a newly married man or a man about to be married in Assamese

a newly married woman. in Assamese

A nimbus cloud is a cloud that produces precipitation. It is looks like a tree. in Assamese

a nocturnal insect with a light-producing organ at the rear of the abdomen in Assamese

a nocturnal mammal that can fly. Usually lives in dark places like caves. in Assamese

a non British person who likes Britain or British things or the English language very much. in Assamese

A non-conducting material used to prevent conduction or flow of electricity, heat or sound across a barrier. in Assamese