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

Cachar is a district of south Assam. Barak river flows through this district. So this area is also called Barak-valley. Silchar is the district-head-quarter of Cachar. The official language of Barak-valley is Bengali and the local spoken language is Sylhe in Assamese

cakes and other similar items in Assamese

Calculus (from Latin, counting stone) is a major area in mathematics. It builds on analytic geometry and is used to solve problems in mathematics, science, and engineering, many of which cannot be solved using algebra alone. in Assamese

call in an official matter in Assamese

calm and relaxed, free from agitation especially in times of stress in Assamese

calm and serious deserving respect. in Assamese

came in contact with the skin (of hand, finger etc.) in Assamese

came into being, action, or notice in Assamese

can be attacked or harmed easily in Assamese

can be utilized for some purposes in Assamese

can, able to do sth. in Assamese

capability of being done, effected, or accomplished in Assamese

Capable of being apprehended or understood. in Assamese

Capable of being but not yet in existence in Assamese

capable of being chewed in Assamese

capable of being digested or readily digested in Assamese

capable of being dispensed with or done without, not essential in Assamese

capable of being divided. in Assamese

capable of being done or carried out; capable of being used or dealt with successfully in Assamese

capable of being easily communicated or transmitted in Assamese

capable of being endured or tolerated in Assamese

Capable of being moved, not fixed in place or condition, movable. in Assamese

Capable of being perceived or known. in Assamese

Capable of being reached only with great difficulty or not at all. in Assamese

Capable of being sustained. Capable of being continued with minimal long-term effect on the environment in Assamese

capable of being taxed in Assamese

Capable of being transmitted by infection from one person to another by contact. in Assamese

capable of being transmitted; caused by microorganisms (disease) in Assamese

capable of causing impediment to respiration in Assamese

capable of decaying through the action of living organisms in Assamese

capable of exerting great physical force in Assamese

capable of giving energy to in Assamese

capable of hitting the target (with an arrow etc.) merely by listening to sound from a distance in Assamese

capable of making excitement or exhilaration in Assamese

capable of misleading (someone) by a false appearance or statement in Assamese

capable of or making lots of goods or growing crops in large quantities in Assamese

capable of or subject to change in Assamese

capable of producing offsprings or growing or developing in Assamese

Capable of reading any paper without hesitation. in Assamese

capable of returning to its original length, shape, etc., after being stretched, deformed, compressed in Assamese

capable of stimulating activity or causing movement in Assamese

capable of utilizing only organic materials as a source of food in Assamese

Capital of Bihar [A state of India] in Assamese

Capsicum is a genus of plants from the nightshade family (Solanaceae) native to the Americas, where it was cultivated for thousands of years by the people of the tropical Americas, and is now cultivated worldwide. Some of the members of Capsicum are used in Assamese

car provided for a fee in Assamese

Care provided to improve a situation, especially medical procedures or applications that are intended to relieve illness or injury. in Assamese

carried on in action or course under the guidance in Assamese

carried out by a number of people with contributed efforts in Assamese

Carrom is a family of tabletop games.The game is played on a board of lacquered plywood, normally with a 29 inch (74 cm) square playing surface. Carrom can be played in twos (singles), where players sit on opposite ends of the Carrom board facing each oth in Assamese

carve on a hard surface. in Assamese

Cash for day-to-day spending on incidental expenses. in Assamese

Cassia tora is a genus of Senna, it has small yellow coloured flower and almost oval shaped leaf. It's pods are round and bony long. in Assamese

cast or scattered in all directions; made public by means of radio or television in Assamese

caste and character in Assamese

Casting or dropping off a layer of skin, esp. by a snake in Assamese

caught red-handed or to be detected while doing something wrong in Assamese

Cause (someone's) hair to stand on end and to have goosebumps. in Assamese

Cause to be heard or considered (like raise an issue) in Assamese

Cause to move back by force or influence. in Assamese

cause to smell or be smelly in Assamese

caused by, characteristic of, or occurring during war in Assamese

caused or made a break in the continuity or uniformity of (a course, process, condition, etc.). in Assamese

caused to fail or became deflected from a purpose in Assamese

caused to have a hole in Assamese

caused to sit down on something in Assamese

caused to stop or impede respiration of in Assamese

Causing a person to change his religion or belief in Assamese

causing a sense of fear or anxiety in Assamese

causing disruption by a detrimental act in Assamese

Causing distrust or disbelief in Assamese

causing happiness; capable to make happy in Assamese

Causing horror, disgust or fear in Assamese

causing or able to cause nausea in Assamese

causing or attended by misfortune in Assamese

causing or being a subject for grief or regret in Assamese

causing or capable of causing death; an established or very likely cause of death in Assamese

Causing or intended to cause great public excitement in Assamese

Causing or subject to dispute in Assamese

causing shame, disgraceful or scandalous. in Assamese

causing strong distaste or aversion in Assamese

Causing, showing or feeling mental pain or resentment in Assamese

celebration of an event on completion of a year/years. in Assamese

Centella asiatica is a small herbaceous annual plant of the family Mackinlayaceae or subfamily Mackinlayoideae of family Apiaceae, and is native to India, Sri Lanka, northern Australia, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Melanesia, New Guinea, and other parts of in Assamese

center or the inner part of something in Assamese

centering round the earth in Assamese

Centre of thought, feeling and emotions in Assamese

ceremonial defilement caused by the birth of a child or death of a near relative. in Assamese

ceremonial offerings made during worship. in Assamese

ceremonially cleaned or washed in Assamese

cessation of the feeling of resentment against; cancelation of an indebtedness in Assamese

Chalcides ocellatus is a member of Scincidae, the largest 'family' of extant lizards. Chalcides ocellatus, the ocellated or eyed skink or 'gongilo', occurs in southern Europe, northwest Africa, and western Asia. It is also found in Assam and North Eas in Assamese

Champa is an evergreen tree, native to South Asia and Southeast Asia. It is best known and cultivated for its strongly fragrant yellow or white flowers. It is also cultivated for timber and in urban landscaping. Its aril-covered seeds are highly attractiv in Assamese

Change or rotation of time. in Assamese

changed form, character or temperament in Assamese

changed from a solid to a liquid state in Assamese

changed in form, nature, or function in Assamese

changes of fortune in Assamese

changing direction irregularly and very frequently. in Assamese

changing something from private to state ownership or control. in Assamese

chanting the name(s) of the God(s). in Assamese

chaotic, without order or rule in Assamese

character or behaviour suitable for wild plants or animals; that is, without fixed habitat or cultured behavior in Assamese

characteristic cry of a sheep or a goat in Assamese

characteristic of or befitting a friend. in Assamese

Characteristic of or devoted to the temporary world as opposed to the spiritual world. in Assamese

characteristic of or occurring in winter. in Assamese

characteristic of or suffering from kyphosis, an abnormality of the vertebral column in Assamese

characterized by an ostentatious display of dignity or importance. in Assamese

characterized by any skin disease caused by parasitic mites affecting animals and sometimes humans and characterized by loss of hair and scabby eruptions in Assamese

characterized by caprice rather than reason; impulsive and unpredictable. in Assamese

characterized by ceremonial pomp or splendour in Assamese

Characterized by energetic work, participation, etc. in Assamese

characterized by immoral behaviors in Assamese

Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; as impalpable or intangible as air. in Assamese

Characterized by or displaying certainty, acceptance, or affirmation. in Assamese

characterized by or displaying qualities of culture and learning. in Assamese

Characterized by or exhibiting excessive vanity. in Assamese

characterized by or indicative of mystery in Assamese

characterized by or involved in adultery. in Assamese

characterized by or involving indiscriminate mingling or association, esp. having sexual relations with a number of partners on a casual basis in Assamese

characterized by or manifesting careful thought: a thoughtful essay. in Assamese

characterized by or showing prejudicial treatment, especially as an indication of racial, religious, or sexual bias in Assamese

characterized by repeated occurances in Assamese

Characterized by rich or profuse growth in Assamese

characterized by slowness and lack of intelligence in Assamese

characterized by spendid light and colour in Assamese

characterized by spending too much money or wasting money in Assamese

Characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity. in Assamese

characterized by, proceeding from, or in accordance with accepted standards of morality, justice, or uprightness in Assamese

Charge for sending a letter etc. by post in Assamese

charge to be paid for visiting a place in Assamese

charged with a specified office or duty involving trust in Assamese

Charges for transport og goods eps. in containers over in Assamese

chasing someone who is running for life in Assamese

cheaply showy in a tasteless way in Assamese

Chewing cud or hallf digested food returned to the mouth for further chewing by ruminant animals like cow, camel, etc. in Assamese

Chickenpox is a highly contagious illness caused by primary infection with varicella zoster virus . It generally starts with a vesicular skin rash appearing in two or three waves, mainly on the body and head rather than the hands and becoming itchy raw po in Assamese

child brought up (for sometime) by somebody other than the natural parent and usually without becoming his or her legal parent(s) in Assamese

Child whose parents are dead in Assamese

children`s speech and language. in Assamese

Children’s Day is celebrated on November 14 every year. This date marks the birth anniversary of independent India’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru as he was very fond of children. Children's day is celebrated on this day in recognition of h in Assamese

Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed in Assamese

Chinese people or anything which originated in china in Assamese

Chinese Wedelia is a tender, spreading, and hairy herb, with the branches usually less than 50 cm long. The leaves are oblong to oblong-lanceolate, 2-4.5 cm in length, and narrowed at both ends. The margins are entire or obscurely toothed; and both surfac in Assamese

Choice of words or way of speaking in Assamese

choke or kill by stopping breathing, esp. by pressure, fumes, etc, produce a choking or breathlessness in Assamese

choosing,accepting the best freely from various sources in Assamese

chosen by the consensus of a group of people in Assamese

chronometer worn on the wrist in Assamese

Circular coloured membrane behind the cornea of the eye, with a circular opening (pupil) in the center in Assamese

circular mark or sign on the body surface in Assamese

Circular motion of a liquid or gas in Assamese

civil and human rights allowing individuals and groups to freely choose the language(s) for communication in private and public domains for all areas of communication. These include the person(s)’ right to learn their own language in both formal and infor in Assamese

claimed to be from the original sources, but actually not in Assamese

clarified butter poured on fire as oblation to gods. in Assamese

clasping of a person's hand as a greeting in Assamese

clay that is used in making pottery in Assamese

Clay used for porcelain and in medicine. in Assamese

clean and safe, so suitable for drinking. in Assamese

cleansed and smeared or plastered in Assamese

cleansed with or in water or other liquid in Assamese

clear enough for light to pass through but not completely clear in Assamese

Clear shrill sound made by forcing breath through a small hole between nearly closed lips in Assamese

Clearly revealed to the mind or the senses or judgment; free from illusion or error. in Assamese

clearly seen, clearly apparent, capable of being noticed in Assamese

clearness or lucidity, as of a statement. in Assamese

Climbing palm of Sri Lanka and India remarkable for the great length of the stems. The stem of various climbing palms of the genus Calamus and related genera used to make wickerwork and furniture and canes. in Assamese

Clinic where medicine and medical supplies are dispensed. in Assamese

Clitoria ternatea is a plant species belonging to the Fabaceae family. This plant is native to tropical equatorial Asia, but has been introduced to Africa, Australia and the New World. It is a perennial herbaceous plant. Its leaves are elliptic and obtuse in Assamese

Close and formal questioning of a person, esp. those suspected of being involved in a crime in Assamese

closed on all sides (darkness) in Assamese

closed within itself like a closed book or a flower not blossomed yet. in Assamese

closely packed so that there is no empty space in between in Assamese

closely packed together; densely populated or crowded in Assamese

closure or the act of closing (of eyes) in Assamese

cloth that is wrapped around a corpse before cremation or burial in Assamese

cloth, etc., suspended from the top of the shoulder on one side to the other side of the body in Assamese

Clothe prepared by seaming two pieces of torn cloth. in Assamese

clothes making a rustling sound, hence new in Assamese

clothes worn by or fit for a god; excellent clothes in Assamese

clothes worn inside formal dresses in Assamese

clothing put on an idol of god or goddess in Assamese

coarse and partially cleaned (as rice) in Assamese

coarse thread of Eri or Muga silk in Assamese

Coarsely powdered rice that does not pass through the sieve, usually used in the case of rice milled in dhenki. in Assamese

coated or covered with varnish in Assamese

coated with gold (especially by electro-plating) in Assamese

Cognition is the scientific term for mental processes. These processes include attention, remembering, producing and understanding language, solving problems, and making decisions. in Assamese


coin equal to one-sixteenth of an Indian rupee. in Assamese

coinciding at all points when superimposed in Assamese

Coins of smaller values; conversion of currency notes of larger value to smaller ones. in Assamese

cold applications on the head of a sick person in Assamese

collected over a long time in Assamese

collection of all the published or unpublished works of a writer in a book form. in Assamese

Collection of objects of interest in one place. in Assamese

collection of synonymous words in Assamese

collective term for garments in Assamese

collectively all women in general in Assamese

coloured thread in Assamese

combined in harmonious relation or action in Assamese

Come in the first place before anything/anyone else. in Assamese

come to know by rumour or hearsay in Assamese

Come up in mind (a new question etc.) in Assamese

comfort in sorrow, misfortune, or trouble; alleviation of distress or discomfort in Assamese

Coming next after the eighth and just before the tenth in position. in Assamese

Coming next after the fifth and just before the seventh in position. in Assamese

Coming next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude. in Assamese

Coming next after the fourth and just before the sixth in position. in Assamese

Coming next after the ninth and just before the eleventh in position. in Assamese

Coming next after the seventh and just before the ninth in position. in Assamese

Coming next after the sixth and just before the eighth in position. in Assamese

Coming next after the third and just before the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude. in Assamese

coming or existing after or later in time in Assamese

coming or existing before in time in Assamese

coming or going back towards the previous position in Assamese

coming or going out in Assamese

coming or occurring prior to something else in Assamese

coming or resulting otherwise than directly or immediately, as effects or consequences in Assamese

Coming together or towrds the same point in Assamese

command, control, be the most influential or obvious in Assamese

commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity in Assamese

commemorated by organising ceremonies and festivities in Assamese

commendation or approval, as for an act or quality in Assamese

Commercial production and sale of goods in Assamese

commodities offered for sale; good business depends on having good merchandise; that store offers a variety of products in Assamese

Common name for a tall, deciduous timber tree, of the verbena family in Assamese

Common occurrence of bleeding or hemorrhage from the nose is called Epistaxis. Usually the enlarge of the sinus gland caused the blood drains out through the nostrils. in Assamese

common possession of two or more persons in Assamese

common salt occurring in extensive, irregular beds in rock like masses, naturally occurring crystalline sodium chloride in Assamese

Common Wireweed is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is believed to have originated in Central America, but today has a pantropical distribution and is considered a weed in some areas. The plant is poisonous to goats, causin in Assamese

Communication through means other than the senses, as by the exercise of an occult power. in Assamese

comparatively higher (in value, price, quality etc.) in Assamese

Compel observance of a law etc. in Assamese

complete abstinence from food, including water in Assamese

Complete and without restriction or qualification; sometimes used informally as intensifiers in Assamese

completely circular in Assamese

Completely destroy or reduce to utter ruin or nonexistence in Assamese

completely torn from end to end (as cloth) in Assamese

completely unable to hear. in Assamese

completely unknown, whose character and family is not known (person) in Assamese

compliance in or approval of what is done or proposed by another in Assamese

complicated and difficult to understand, not simple and straight and often deceitful in Assamese

composed of parts of different kinds; having widely dissimilar elements or constituents in Assamese

composed of several or many cells in Assamese

composed or written by sage Panini in Assamese

compound used to make the surface of something shining in Assamese

Compulsively or physiologically dependent on something habit-forming. in Assamese

Computers. the mechanical, magnetic, electronic, and electrical devices comprising a computer system, as the CPU, disk drives, keyboard, or screen. Instrumentalities (tools or implements)made of metal. Machines and other physical equipment directly involv in Assamese

concentrate prepared from milk by boiling and then adding lime or lemon juice in Assamese

Concern for your own interests and welfare. in Assamese

concerned chiefly or only with oneself in Assamese

concerned or dealing with a specific subject, purpose, or end in Assamese

concerned with the study of geography in Assamese

concerned with theory; concerned with the ideas and/or principles on which a particular subject is based, rather than with practice and experiment, e.g. theoretical physics in Assamese

Concerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities. in Assamese

Concerned with, applicable to, or affecting the whole or every member of a class or category. Including everything. in Assamese

concerning pregnancy and delivery in Assamese

Condition of being a specified person or thing in Assamese

condition where things can be seen clearly in Assamese

Conduct conforming to the precepts of the Stoics, as repression of emotion and indifference to pleasure or pain. in Assamese

Confined in a prison as a punishment in Assamese

confined to bed for illness. in Assamese

confinement of a prisoner in isolation from other prisoners in Assamese

Conforming exactly with the truth or a standard in Assamese

conforming to an ultimate standard of perfection or excellence in Assamese

conforming to the laws of a faith or religion in Assamese

conforming to the recognized standard of propriety, good taste, modesty, etc., as in behavior or speech in Assamese

conforming to the standards of art or satisfying aesthetic requirements in Assamese

Conformity to truth, fact, or sound reason in Assamese

Confrontation facing each other in Assamese

confused about direction in Assamese

congealed by cold or turned into ice in Assamese

connected by computer to one or more other computers or networks, as through a commercial electronic information service or the Internet. in Assamese

connected with (sentiments of) love or sexual relationship in Assamese

connected with digestion of food. in Assamese

connected with or with the help of a telescope; making things larger as telescope does and bring them closer. in Assamese

Connected with the human body. in Assamese

connected with the Olympic Games e.g. She is an Olympic Gold medalist. in Assamese

connected with the relationship that exists between brothers or people sharing similar ideas and intrests in Assamese

connected with trade, commerce or merchants in Assamese

Connection or connected group or series in Assamese

connection or dealings between persons or groups. in Assamese

connects detailed meaning or alternative explanation and the word being explained in Assamese

consider something as genuine and original,to look upon as something commendable in Assamese

considered in relation to something else in Assamese

considered or accepted to be of significance in Assamese

considering or dealing with overall characteristics, universal aspects, or important elements, esp. without considering all details or specific aspects in Assamese

Consistent with fact or reality in Assamese

consisting of a large number. in Assamese

consisting of a stria or striae, i.e. slight or narrow furrows, ridges, stripes, or streaks in Assamese

Consisting of four praharas or watches (as in a day or in a night). in Assamese


Consisting of interconnected or interwoven parts and so it is difficult to understand in Assamese

consisting of lots of holes in Assamese

consisting of minute particles, not coarse ( said of a powder) in Assamese

consisting of or containing pictures in Assamese

consisting of two,double in Assamese

Conspicuously drawing attention to something or someone; seizing the attention. in Assamese

constant companion. in Assamese

constantly adhering to the same principles, course, form, etc. in Assamese

Constellation and the eighth sign of the zodiac (the Scorpion) in Assamese

Constellation and the eleventh sign of the zodiac (the Pot) in Assamese

Constellation and the fifth sign of the zodiac (the lion) in Assamese

Constellation and the first sign of the zodiac (the Ram) in Assamese

Constellation and the fourth sign of the zodiac (the Crab) in Assamese

Constellation and the ninth sign of the zodiac (the Archer) in Assamese

Constellation and the second sign of the zodiac (the bull) in Assamese

Constellation and the seventh sign of the zodiac (the scales) in Assamese

Constellation and the sixth sign of the zodiac (the Virgin) in Assamese

Constellation and the tenth sign of the zodiac (the Alligator) in Assamese

Constellation and the third sign of the zodiac (the Couple) in Assamese

Constellation and the twelfth sign of the zodiac (the fishes) in Assamese

Construction works done by or for a state, esp. carried out by the Public Works Deptt (PWD) in Assamese

Containing all the solute that can normally be dissolved at a given temperature in Assamese

containing harmful chemical or waste products in Assamese

Containing many people or inhabitants; having a large population. in Assamese

containing or appertaining to four in Assamese

Containing or characterized by error and mistakes. in Assamese

Containing or resulting from disease-causing organisms. in Assamese

Containing typical specimens or samples of all or many classes in Assamese

containing within a certain category, comprising or reckoning in as part of a whole. in Assamese

contaminated (a liquid) with solids particles in Assamese

contemptuous smile or remark in Assamese

Continual or incessant rain in Assamese

Continual rain for several days in the month of Kati. in Assamese

Continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another in Assamese

continued steadfastly or firmly in some state, purpose, course of action, or the like, especially in spite of opposition, remonstrance, etc. in Assamese

Continuous and profound contemplation or musing on a subject or series of subjects of a deep or abstruse nature. in Assamese

Continuous or repeated skipping or leaping usually meant for excessive haste or fuss or ado or bragging. in Assamese

continuous progression in Assamese

continuous rain (usually when it occurs for several days) in Assamese

continuous sound of birds in Assamese

continuous whimpering and prattling in Assamese

contrary or radically different in some respect common to both, as in nature, qualities, direction, result, or significance in Assamese

contrary to one's interests or welfare in Assamese

contrary to the laws or course of nature in Assamese

contribution made in the name of religion in Assamese

control over the sensual organs of the body, i.e. control over one's desires in Assamese

Conventional rules of social behaviour or professional conduct in Assamese

conversant with rules or well-versed in legal procedure in Assamese

conversation by signalling with the fingers in Assamese

conveying an impulse that results or tends to result in motion, as a nerve in Assamese

Convulsive gasp made while weeping. in Assamese

cook in hot oil or fat in Assamese

cooked rice kept dry for after use. in Assamese

cooked rice kept in water for a night(sometimes for long hours within the day). It is then taken out of water,mixed with salt, mustard oil, green chilly and sometimes with grilled/broiled small fish. in Assamese

Corals are skeletal remains of marine organisms from the class Anthozoa and exist as small sea anemone–like polyps, typically in colonies of many identical individuals. The group includes the important reef builders that are found in tropical oceans, whic in Assamese

corner of the mouth, i.e. joining between upper and lower lips in Assamese

Costing too much, relatively high in price. in Assamese

costing very little; relatively low in price in Assamese

cotton fabric treated with oil to make it waterproff. in Assamese

cotton pod, not fully developed or opened in Assamese

counting and recording various parameters of a population in Assamese

coverage by contract in which one party agrees to indemnify or reimburse another for loss that occurs under the terms of the contract in Assamese

covered in or full of mud (of a surface or solid object) in Assamese

covered or made with thatch, a material, as straw, rushes, leaves, or the like in Assamese

Covered or soaked with a liquid, such as water in Assamese

covered with any materials like water, rubbish etc. upto thigh or as high as the thigh of a man. in Assamese

covered with dust. in Assamese

covered with grass. in Assamese

covered with meaningless writing or marks (in ridicule) in Assamese

covered with mud in Assamese

Covered with or having frost. in Assamese

covering every aspect of a subject or object. in Assamese

covering of a printed book in Assamese

covering or applying to a relatively short period of time in Assamese

covering or overspreading with water in Assamese

Coverings, such as sheets and blankets, that are ordinarily used on a bed. in Assamese

Cow's milk with sugar added, reduced by evaporation to a thick consistency. in Assamese

cracked lengthwise, like the way hairs are divided on the head with a comb in Assamese

Create by putting components or members together. in Assamese

created or depicted by sketching in Assamese

Creating or arousing excitement in Assamese

Creating or preparing something by combining materials or putting parts together. in Assamese

creations of human mind and brain and includes copyrights,patients,trademarks, industrial designs,layout designs etc. and the protection of undisclosed information in Assamese

Creative writing valued for esthetic content. in Assamese

crescent-shaped white spot at the root of a human nail. in Assamese

Crew member of a spacecraft who will be going to space or has already been to space in Assamese

Crickets, family Gryllidae (also known as rue crickets), are insects somewhat related to grasshoppers and more closely related to katydids or bush crickets (family Tettigoniidae). They have somewhat flattened bodies and long antennae. There are about 9 in Assamese

crippled by an injury received on the body in Assamese

Croton is an extensive plant genus of the family Euphorbiaceae. It is a shrub type plant. Croton oil, used as a traditional herbal medicine. in Assamese

crudely humorous-type of humour you get from when you see people hitting each other,falling or something of that type which creates disturbance to the people involved. in Assamese

cruel and barbarous like a beast in Assamese

cruelty to living creatures in Assamese

Cultural imperialism is the practice of promoting a more powerful culture over a least known or desirable culture. It is usually the case that the former belongs to a large, economically or militarily powerful nation and the latter belongs to a smaller, l in Assamese

curd made from fermented, boiled milk. in Assamese

Cured meat from the back or sides of a pig in Assamese

Currency printed in paper in Assamese

Curved sickle shape as of the waxing or waning moon in Assamese

Curving inward like interior of a circle in Assamese

Curving or bulging outward, like the exterior of a circle in Assamese

Cuscuta or Dodder is a parasitic creeper plant, it is yellow in colour. It can be identified by its thin leafless stems. in Assamese

cut carefully with sharp instrument to make sketches (especially hard materials like wood, stone, metal etc.) in Assamese

cut or broken into small notches, as on an edges (of a sharp instrument) in Assamese

cut or damaged by wood-cutting weevils in Assamese

Cut the head off (a person), esp. as execution in Assamese

Cutting tooth, esp. at the front of the mouth in Assamese

Cylindrical mass of earth voided by a burrowing earthworm or lugworm. in Assamese

Cyprinus carpio is a widespread freshwater fish related to the common goldfish (Carassius auratus. It gives its name to the carp family Cyprinidae. Common carp are native to Asia and Eastern Europe. It has been introduced into environments worldwide, and in Assamese

Cystopteris is a genus of ferns. They are found in throughout worldwide. It is not an edible species. They are slightly different from diplazium esculentum with its rough and smooth hairy leafs . in Assamese

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