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

Bachelor of Law. The first degree given by a university to a law graduate. in Assamese

Backache affecting the lumbar region or lower back; can be caused by muscle strain or arthritis or vascular insufficiency or a ruptured intervertebral disc. in Assamese

bad character or conduct in Assamese

bad in the highest level in Assamese

bad or inappropriate advice in Assamese

Bad or insulting treatment in Assamese

bad or unwise rule or administration by the administrative authority. in Assamese

bad smell emerging from stagnant water in Assamese

Bad, inferior and soft wood. in Assamese

badly behaved (used esp. in speaking to or about children) in Assamese

baglike mammary organ of a cow, buffalo-cow etc. with several teats in Assamese

bags, trunks etc. which a traveler carries with him/her. in Assamese

Bakasura a great Asura who lived near the city of Ekachakra, and forced the Raja of the place to send him daily a large quantity of provisions, which he devoured, and not only the provisions, but the men who carried them. in Assamese

balance standing to the credit of a depositor at a bank in Assamese

bamboo flowers is a dreadful problem especially of NE India. Flowering of bamboo begins in September-October just after the South-West monsoon. When a bamboo flowers, as most of us know, it is in danger of dying. In local lore, when the bamboo flower ‘the in Assamese

Bamboo or reeds crushed and widened for making walls etc. in Assamese

Bamboo scoop used in catching fish. in Assamese

Bambusa tulda or Indian Timber Bamboo is considered to be one of the most useful of bamboo species. It is used extensively by the paper pulp industry in India. It can grow up to a height of 15 m, and a thickness of 8 cm. in Assamese

Barak is the river of Cachar. It rises in the Manipur Hills and enter the plains near Lakhipur. Then It flows through Cachar and near Badarpur city it biurcate into the Surma and Kushiyara river. Silchar is situated beside Barak. in Assamese

bare and plain (said of ground) in Assamese

Barleria cristata is plant of the Acanthaceae family. It is native to Southern China, India and Myanmar. Barleria cristata`s leaves are dark green on the upper surface and pale green on the lower surface. They are elliptic. The flowers are funnel-shaped i in Assamese

barred by the passage of time under a statute of limitations, statute of repose, or procedural rule in Assamese

barrier to block view in Assamese

based on one`s feelings instead of on facts or evidence in Assamese

BASED ON ONLY TWO NUMBERS; CONSISTING OF TWO PARTS; USING ONLY0 AND 1 AS A SYSTEM OF NUMBERS. in Assamese

based primarily on surmise rather than adequate evidence in Assamese

Basic requirement of Road, Rail, air and telecommunication for development in Assamese

Basketball is a team sport in which two teams of five active players each try to score points against one another by placing a ball through a 10 feet (3.048 m) high hoop (the goal) under organized rules. in Assamese

Bats are flying mammals in the order Chiroptera. The forelimbs of bats are webbed and developed as wings, making them the only mammals naturally capable of true and sustained flight. By contrast, other mammals said to fly, such as flying squirrels, glidin in Assamese

be able to do or carry out sth in Assamese

be afraid of; to regard with fear in Assamese

Be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or withhold information. in Assamese

be in a large amount, be plentiful in Assamese

be present from somewhere in Assamese

be under obligation to (re)pay or render. in Assamese

beams of soft sunlight of the morning hours in Assamese

bearing a good moral character in Assamese

bearing a mixed colour in Assamese

bearing braches in Assamese

bearing fruit (of a tree or plant) in Assamese

Bearing on or having reference to the matter in hand in Assamese

bearing the same character in Assamese

beautified by decorative items in Assamese

Become cold, having no warmth. in Assamese

Become impaired orientation with respect to time, place, or person; a disturbed mental state in Assamese

become unfit to work any more as energy has been spent already in Assamese

become untraceable; not being able to be found in Assamese

Becoming angry often and easily in Assamese

becoming gradually deep like the inner surface of the crust of a tortoise in Assamese

Becoming natural or spontaneous due to the frequent practice. in Assamese

becoming putrid in water in Assamese

Befitting a supreme ruler like a king or a monarch in Assamese

Before anything else in rank, importance, or position. in Assamese

Before the due, usual or expected time (occured in the past or future) in Assamese

Beginning or birth of something in Assamese

beginning to exist or develop in Assamese

Begotten on one’s wife by a kinsman in Assamese

behavior in accord with rules of conduct in Assamese

Behavior lacking good sense or judgement in Assamese

Behind in place, position, or order. in Assamese

being able to live or move in both water and land with equal ease in Assamese

being able to realize all feelings in Assamese

Being able to set up and run successfully a business, system, etc. in Assamese

being abnormal or quality of being abnormal, something abnormal in Assamese

Being active and restless. in Assamese

Being after all the others, similarly classed or considered, in time, place, or order of succession; following all the rest; final; Lowest in rank or degree. in Assamese

being an adult , the state being an adult in Assamese

being available at given time at given place in Assamese

Being below the average in size or magnitude. in Assamese

Being changed over time so as to be stronger or more complete or more useful. in Assamese

being concerned with or comprehending only what is on the surface, i.e. without thinking deeply in Assamese

Being disloyal or violate trust or faith in Assamese

being equal in all the available dimensions in Assamese

Being five more than eighty. in Assamese

Being flat under high pressure. in Assamese

being hated by others in Assamese

being in a tense; unprepared state in Assamese

being in harmonious or proper arrangement or adjustment, proportion, etc. in Assamese

being in the first or early stage of life or growth in Assamese

being in the state of not fulfilled in Assamese

being in the state of raising hands upwards in Assamese

being inside the womb of the mother in Assamese

Being of the age intermediate between youth and old age, roughly between 45 and 65. in Assamese

being of the same opinion in Assamese

Being old and torn (cloth). in Assamese

Being on the point of death; breathing your last. in Assamese

being or having the same quantity, measure or value as another in Assamese

being or standing or kept apart from the rest in Assamese

being or staying in this side (of river) in Assamese

being or staying on the other side (of river) in Assamese

being out of season in Assamese

being quick or prompt in action in Assamese

belief or faith in unions. in Assamese

beliefs contrary to the established teachings of the religion or holy book in Assamese

believers of multiple Gods related to natural objects or phenomena. in Assamese

Believing on or following the religion of Christ in Assamese

believing others or what others say too easily. in Assamese

Belleric myrobalan is one of the vital fruit for prepareing the Triphola Suran (an ayurvedic powder) out of three fruits and its tree. It is a big evergreen and deciduous tree. in Assamese

belonging equally to, or shared alike by, two or more or all in question in Assamese

belonging to a class that enjoys special privileges in Assamese

Belonging to a family of high social rank. in Assamese

belonging to a judge or court in Assamese

Belonging to a party in Assamese

Belonging to a year after the birth of Jesus Christ in Assamese

Belonging to or born in a family. in Assamese

belonging to or following a particular religion in Assamese

belonging to or produced in the forest. in Assamese

belonging to same group, team in Assamese

belonging to the body or main structure of something in Assamese

Belonging to the person to whom spoken (second person) in Assamese

belonging to the side or family of maternal uncle. in Assamese

Below a tent in Assamese

below another in rank, position, or authority in Assamese

bended, as a part of the body; e.g. flexed arms in Assamese

beneficial to the people or relating to public welfare. in Assamese

bent or crooked in three parts of the body. in Assamese

bent piece of metal or any other solid object for catching hold or for hanging things on. in Assamese

Bent piece of wire for catching fish in Assamese

bereft or deprived of prosperity in Assamese

betel-nut wrapped in beter-leaves offered to 'bhokot' or Vaishanvite devotees. in Assamese

Between a particular past time and the present; from then till now. in Assamese

between continents. in Assamese

Between different countries in Assamese

between languages; from one language to another in Assamese

beverage made of the fermented juice of any of various kinds of grapes, usually containing from 10 to 15 percent alcohol by volume. in Assamese

Bhabendra Nath Saikia was a top ranking novelist, short story writer, play writer in Assamese

Bhagavat Purana (also known as Srimad Bhagavata, Bhagavatam or Bhagwat) is the most popular and widely circulated of all the Puranas. Bhagavat Purana consists of eighteen thousand slokas, distributed amongst 332 chapters and divided into twelve cantos (sk in Assamese

bhallatak is a native of India and is closely related to the cashew. it was used by washermen to mark the cloths before washing, as it imparted water insoluble mark to the cloth. It's also known as Ker in Kannada. It is a deciduous tree, found in the o in Assamese

Bharat Ratna is India's highest civilian award, awarded for the highest degrees of national service. This service includes artistic, literary, and scientific achievements, as well as recognition of public service of the highest order. in Assamese

Bharngi grows throughout India upto 1500 metres height. It grows in Eastern Himalaya, Nepal, Kumao, Bengal and Bihar, in abundance. It is a perennial shrub, growing 0.3-3.0 metres in height. The leaves are 7-15 cm long and 5 cm. broad, rough, serrate and in Assamese

Bhatiyali is a traditional folk song found to be sung in a specific mode by the people from East Bengal to lower Assam, noted for its long-drawn notes. In riverine Bangladesh, boatmen spent a lot of time in their boats. While sailing downstream, they had in Assamese

big, said of a louse in Assamese

bigger in age; comming or existing before sb in Assamese

Bioinformatics is the branch of modern interdisciplinary science where using the techniques and knowledge of Molecular Biology, Mathematics, Information technology, Computer Science, Artificial intelligence , Statistics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics e in Assamese

Bird flu is disease, refers to influenza caused by viruses adapted to birds. the highly contagious avian strain A virus known to have been transmitted directly and with increased virulence to humans. in Assamese

birds from the order Galliformes which inhabit temperate and subarctic regions of the northern hemisphere in Assamese

Birth place of Srimant Sankardev, situated in the Nagaon district of Assam, India. in Assamese

Bishnu Prasad Rabha was a famous poet, littérateur, dramatist, musician, dancer and an actor, all rolled into one. He is known as Kalaguru. He was born on January 31, 1909 in Dhaka. Bishnu Prasad Rabha wrote many songs, plays and articles. His famous wor in Assamese

Bite with snap or clash teeth generally to express anger in Assamese

Bitter digestive fluid secreted by the lever in Assamese

black cloud formed before a rain or storm in Assamese

Black nightshade is a fairly common herb or short-lived perennial shrub, found in many wooded areas, as well as disturbed habitats. Its erect, angular, branching stem grows 1 to 2 feet high and may be glabrous or covered with inward- bent hairs. The leave in Assamese

BLAME OR CENSURE CONVEYED IN DISAPPROVAL in Assamese

blockage consisting of an object designed to fill a hole or gap. in Assamese

Blue coloured Lotus. in Assamese

board made by sticking thin layers of wood on top of each other. in Assamese

boasting like a hero in Assamese

boldness acquired due to indulgence or weakness of someone in Assamese

bonded or bound by an agreement (of a labourer) in Assamese

Borassus flabellifer, is robust and can live 100 years or more and reach a height of 30 m, with a canopy of leaves several dozen fronds spreading 3 meters across. The large trunk resembles that of the coconut tree and is ringed with leaf scars. Young palm in Assamese

born in the dewy season (said of a female) in Assamese

born of a co-wife in Assamese

born of a deity or god in Assamese

Born or produce last of all, growing or born later. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of Aghon. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of Ashad. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of Bhadra. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of Jeth. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of Magh. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of Phalgun. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of Poush. in Assamese

born or produced in the month of `bohag` or `boisakh` in Assamese

born or produced in the month of `Kartika` or `Kati` in Assamese

born or produced on an inauspicious day. in Assamese

born or something happening in the month of Chout. in Assamese

born out of or produced by cultivation in Assamese

born prior to the expected time; untimely born in Assamese

Borrowing and leaving an article as security for repayment of the loan. in Assamese

both mentally and physically, i.e. fully in Assamese

both the banks of a river. in Assamese

both the families on one's father's and mother's side. in Assamese

bound by some limits in Assamese

bound for a certain destination in Assamese

bound with light papers in Assamese

bovine animals, especially domesticated members of the genus Bos in Assamese

bowing down to someone to show respect or submissiveness in Assamese

branch of mathematics dealing with the relations of the sides and angles of triangles and with the relevant functions of any angles in Assamese

branch of physical science which studies the interaction at atomic level in Assamese

Branch of science deals with changes in energy (usually heat energy) that accompany physical or chemical changes in matter. in Assamese

branched arching or pendulous inflorescence of paddy plant in Assamese

Brandy (short for brandywine, from Dutch brandewijn—'burnt wine') is a general term for distilled wine, usually 40–60% ethyl alcohol by volume. In addition to wine, this spirit can also be made from grape pomace or fermented fruit juice. Unless specified in Assamese

break after doing something for a long time in Assamese

Break in an electric circuit in Assamese

break law or an agreement, violation of an order or law. in Assamese

Breathe spasmodically, and make a sound. in Assamese

breathing quickly and loudly through mouth in Assamese

Brhati is a medicinal plant. Brhati occurs throughout India, often in waste places, on roadsides and in open scrublands. It is a prickly, much branched shrub, usually spreading or diffused, It grows upto 1-5 metres in height. The young branches are densel in Assamese

bricks blacken by over heating in Assamese

Brief but clearly expressed in very few words. in Assamese

Bright or glossy in appearance. in Assamese

brilliant or gorgeous appearance; an instance or display of imposing pomp or grandeur in Assamese

Bring back into original existence, use, function, or position. in Assamese

Bring back to life or existence in Assamese

bring to sight or knowledge in Assamese

Bringing back to life or existance in Assamese

British dominion over India (1757-1947). in Assamese

Broken into several pieces or ground. in Assamese

broken or divided into parts in Assamese

Brother of the king of Lanka, as per the Ramayana. in Assamese

Brought about or set up or accepted. in Assamese

Brought into life by birth. in Assamese

brought or hailing from Jagannath Puri of Orissa in Assamese

brought to a condition of helpless stoppage, inactivity, or inability to act in Assamese

brought together into a single whole in Assamese

brought under complete control or subjection in Assamese

built, created or appeared after all others; not built, created or appeared before. in Assamese

bulged or distended by eating food (as a louse or leech) in Assamese

bunch of hairs kept hanging on the back in Assamese

Bundle of 24 sheets of paper in Assamese

bundle of fibers carrying impulses in the brain in Assamese

burdened psychologically or mentally. in Assamese

burdened with obligations in Assamese

Burn to charcoal, Undergo combustion, Cause to burn or combust in Assamese

burning charcoal; charcoal made of burned wood in Assamese

burst of tears out of joy or happiness in Assamese

by a particular person rather than by somebody acting for him/her in Assamese

by demonstrating loyalty or devotion in Assamese

by depends upon guess. in Assamese

by force or by applying force in Assamese

by hushing up or by suppressing mention of in Assamese

by lessening in size, as from exposure to conditions of temperature or moisture in Assamese

by look and by nature in Assamese

by showing great enthusiasm or interest in Assamese

By that means or because of that. in Assamese

by the side of, by the edge of. in Assamese

By way of; used to mean some place which comes on the way. in Assamese

Bye products of fire while using firewood, coal etc. in Assamese

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