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

each and every member of the entire family in Assamese

Each of the branched horns of wild animals (usually of a male deer). in Assamese

Each of the curved bones joined to the spine in pairs and protecting the chest in Assamese

Each of the parts of the corolla of a flower in Assamese

Each of the parts of which a set or category is composed in Assamese

Each of the two fleshy protuberances at the rear of the human trunk in Assamese

Eager for bloodshed, that is, wanting to wage war. in Assamese

eager to bring in change in the prevailing social or political system in Assamese

Earlier rulers of Hyderabad. in Assamese

Earliest in order, rank, series, etc. in Assamese

earned or attained as a result of own acts in Assamese

Earnest request to a deity, god or person in Assamese

earning one's living in one's own business, rather than as the employee of another in Assamese

earning with dishonest means in Assamese

Earthworm is the usual name for the largest members of Oligochaeta in the phylum Annelida. Earthworms (also called nightcrawlers) are very important animals that aerate the soil with their burrowing action and enrich the soil with their waste products (ca in Assamese

eased out of pain, anxiety, distress etc. in Assamese

easily broken into small fragments or reduced to powder. in Assamese

easily seen or noticed (usually in a negative sense) in Assamese

easing of a burden or distress, such as pain, anxiety, or oppression. in Assamese

East Indian spiny tree having twice-pinnate leaves and yellow flowers followed by flat pods; source of black catechu in Assamese

easy and pleasant to read in Assamese

eaten by insects, worms etc. especially said of fruits and vegetables. in Assamese

eating one meal for one time. in Assamese

eating together at the same table. in Assamese

Eclampsia is a serious condition most commonly defined as seizures or coma in a patient with other indications of pregnancy-induced hypertension in Assamese

economic (and political)influence over a weak nation by a more powerful country. in Assamese

ecstatic joy or delight in Assamese

Edema (also spelled oedema, formerly known as dropsy) is swelling due to accumulation of excess fluid in any biological tissue. Edema has many root causes, but the mechanism is simple; fluid is drawn from the blood into the tissues when there is a higher in Assamese

edible dry seeds of legumes after spliting in Assamese

Education beyond the secondary level, especially education at the college, university level and any professional schools. in Assamese

effect reduced by some means in Assamese

effected by a cut or physical damage in Assamese

effected by ill-luck, loss of money, victimized by natural calamity etc without the fault of oneself in Assamese

eflex that expels wind noisily from the stomach through the mouth in Assamese

egnaged in a fight or war in Assamese

Eight different state of yoga that is Dhyan, Dharana, Pranayam, Pratyahar, Yam, Niyam, Asan and Samadhi. in Assamese

eight limbs of the body. in Assamese

eight more than eighty; the symbol denoting 88. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

eight more than fifty; the symbol denoting 58. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

eight more than forty; the symbol denoting 48. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

eight more than ninety. in Assamese

eight more than seventy; the symbol denoting 78. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

eight more than sixty; the symbol denoting 68. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

eight more than thirty; the symbol denoting 38. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

eight more than twenty, represented by 28.(?? in Assamese) in Assamese

Eighth month of Assamese year, between Kati and Pooh in Assamese

Eighty numbers of fruits like betel nut or other solid objects. in Assamese

Einstein's theory of relativity-all movement is relative and time is a fourth dimension related to space in Assamese

Either of the folds of skin closing to cover the eyes in Assamese

either of the two frameworks, each consisting of three stumps with two bails in grooves across the tops, at which the bowler aims the ball. in Assamese

Either of two bony or cartilaginous structures that in most vertebrates form the framework of the mouth and hold the teeth. The mandible or maxilla or the part of the face covering these bones. in Assamese

either of two children or animals born together (almost at the same time) in Assamese

Either of two fleshy folds of tissue that surround the mouth and play a role in speaking in Assamese

Either of two organs in abdominal cavity of vertebrates which removes nitrogenous waste from the blood and excrete urine in Assamese

Either of two pouch-like respiratory organs in the chest of vertebrates which serves to remove carbon dioxide and provide oxygen to the blood by successive compression and expansion. in Assamese

Either of two soft fleshy milk-secreting glandular organs on the chest of a woman. in Assamese

Either of two times of the year when the sun is at its greatest distance from the celestial equator. The summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere occurs about June 21, when the sun is in the zenith at the tropic of Cancer; the winter solstice occurs abo in Assamese

Either one of the two external openings to the nasal cavity in the nose. in Assamese

either side of the face below the eye and above the jaw in Assamese

elder bother of ones mother in Assamese

elder brother of ones father in Assamese

elder sister of one's wife or husband in Assamese

elder sister of ones father/mother in Assamese

Elder son of the lord Siva. A beautiful God among all the gods. in Assamese

Electricity generated by the flow of water. in Assamese

electromagnetic radiation emitted by all matter above a temperature of absolute zero because of the thermal motion of atomic particles in Assamese

Electromagnetic radiation of short wavelength, able to pass through opaque bodies in Assamese

Electronic transmission accomplished by adding signals of varying frequency or amplitude to carrier waves of a given frequency of alternating electromagnetic current. Broadcast and phone transmission have conventionally used analog technology. A modem is in Assamese

elegance or beauty of form, manner, motion, or action in Assamese

elements in a group that are all of the same or similar kind in Assamese

elephant with long curved teeth. in Assamese

embodied in flesh; having taken human form(of God, the devil etc) in Assamese

Eminent author and journalist of the State Assam, Padma Barkataki was born to Suryadhar Barkataki and Binandi Devi Barkataki of Rajahowli in Jorhat on July 30, 1926. He started his career as the Shillong Correspondent of The Assam Tribune in 1948 before j in Assamese

emitting or producing a sound in Assamese

emotions experienced when not in a state of well-being in Assamese

employed, being engaged in a job. in Assamese

enchanted by one`s own virtue in Assamese

End of the waist cloth (Dhoti) which is inserted in behind through the thigh. in Assamese

ending at, to be close against. e.g. the house abut the road in Assamese

ending with a consonant in Assamese

ending with a vowel (as a word) in Assamese

Ending with an 'a' (Assamese 'o'), i.e. addition of no vowel or vowel sign. in Assamese

energy derived from biological sources in Assamese

energy derived from the Sun in Assamese

energy derived from wind in Assamese

Energy possessed by a body by virtue of it's position. in Assamese

Energy Resource which can be used again and again without depletion in Assamese

Enforcing rules for ensuring obedience and good behaviour in Assamese

Engaged in a specified activity as one's main paid occupation in Assamese

engaged on wages or other payments in Assamese

English, related to England in Assamese

engrossed in meditation. in Assamese

enjoying personal rights or liberty, as a person who is not in slavery in Assamese

Enjoying, showing, or marked by pleasure, satisfaction, or joy in Assamese

enjoyment of the taste of something in Assamese

enlightening, illuminated with light in Assamese

Enter or escape as through a hole or crack or fissure. It's particularly used in case of leakage of raindrop through holes in the roof. in Assamese

entered in or added to a given list. in Assamese

entire world including India. in Assamese

entitled to veneration or religious respect by association with divinity or divine things in Assamese

Entrusting of authority to someone else, normally down below in level, to bring in more autonomy in Assamese

entry to another's property without right or permission in Assamese

Equiped with weapons in Assamese

Equipment, aperatus, clothing, etc. for a specific purpose like a sports in Assamese

Equivalent to Police Officials in the Ahom Kingdom in Assamese

Eryngium foetidum is a tropical perennial and annual herb in the family Apiaceae. It is native to Mexico and South America but is cultivated worldwide. In the United States, where it is not well known, the name culantro sometimes causes confusion with Cor in Assamese

Escape or pass through a hole in Assamese

especially a child who always wants to be accompanied by somebody close to him/her and who finds it difficult to be alone. in Assamese

especially or particularly known in Assamese

Establish or set up a tent for temporary shelter. in Assamese

established on a strong foundation in Assamese

Establishing identity or recognise in Assamese

eternal duration,the time after death in Assamese

etymological meaning of a word in Assamese

Even if the first part of the sentence happens, the second part would occur or should occur. in Assamese

Evening worship in Hinduism, with incense, flowers, and chant, and with lights swung in front of the image, Arati is the distorted form of Aratrika; devotional song and dance infront of a deity in Assamese

ever so dear. in Assamese

ever to be remembered. in Assamese

ever worshiped. in Assamese

Evergreen tree commonly 12-18 m (35-60 ft) in height, with dense, rounded head, smooth branches, and milky sap. Leaves alternate, long-petioled, trifoliolate (3 leaflets); leaflets shiny, bronze-toned, oval-elliptic, 15-20 cm (6-8 in) long, with margins s in Assamese

Every living creature constructed by a very small organ. It is the smallest unit of an organism that is classified as living, and is often called the building block of life. in Assamese

Everyone agreeing without any difference of opinion in Assamese

everything that exists anywhere in Assamese

evil consequences of bad acts in Assamese

evil day; a time of distress. in Assamese

Evil in principle or practice; deviating from morality; contrary to the moral or divine law; addicted to vice or sin; sinful; immoral; profligate. in Assamese

evil influence of a planet or star in Assamese

evil motive or intentions; in Assamese

evoking or deserving contempt by smallness, poor quality, etc in Assamese

exact location in numeric terms in Assamese

exactly, just a moment ago, barely in Assamese

exaggeratedly talk about something in order to coax or impress people in Assamese

Examination of one's own thoughts in Assamese

examination of the body after death in Assamese

Excavation in the earth from which ores and minerals are extracted. in Assamese

exceedingly beautiful which is incomparable or rare in Assamese

exceptionally outstanding; being in an extreme or notable degree in Assamese

Exceptionally pleasing to taste or smell; especially delicious or fragrant. in Assamese

Excessive and frequent evacuation of watery feces, usually indicating gastrointestinal distress or disorder. in Assamese

excessive and insincere compliment or praise in Assamese

Excessive desire to acquire or possess more (especially more material wealth) than one needs or deserves. in Assamese

excessive elation or pride over one's own achievements, abilities. in Assamese

excessive or heavy rainfall in Assamese

excessive pride in one's appearance, qualities, abilities, achievements, etc. in Assamese

excessively loud so as to cause temporary loss of hearing in Assamese

excessively talkative nature in Assamese

exchange light, playful, teasing remarks in Assamese

Exchange of a commodity for money, etc. in Assamese

exchange of ideas, views etc. through letters. in Assamese

exchange of significant glances and smiles between two pointing towards something (as an insult) in Assamese

Exchange or deliver for money or its equivalent. in Assamese

Excite to anger or discomfort in Assamese

excitement and flush caused by betelnut chewing in Assamese

excitement over something unimportant in Assamese

exclamation used to invite sombody's attention in Assamese

exclamation used to invite sombody's attention (or to express interest, surprise etc.). in Assamese

Exclude from society or refuse to associate with in Assamese

Excrement of bovine animals like cow, goat, etc. in Assamese

excusable.that can be excused in Assamese

Execution or killing of someone by electric shock. in Assamese

exercises or attempts to preserve enhance beauty. in Assamese

exercises used for training people in the military in Assamese

existing at or dating from birth in Assamese

existing in or relating to a state of slavery in Assamese

existing in pairs or group of two in Assamese

existing on a side or border in Assamese

existing only in the imagination or fancy; not real in Assamese

existing or appearing on its own, without being created by others in Assamese

existing or growing in a shady place in Assamese

Existing or living or growing or operating in the air. in Assamese

existing or occurring as fact; actual rather than imaginary, ideal, or fictitious in Assamese

existing or occurring in a high or extreme degree in Assamese

existing or reigning for a certain period in Assamese

Existing peacefully together. in Assamese

existing, occurring, or living at the same time; belonging to the same time in Assamese

Existing, situated, or operating below the surface of the earth. in Assamese

Expanding of control centres for better controlling and local autonomy in Assamese

Expanding or speading whole world in Assamese

expected to remain unchanged for an indefinitely long time. in Assamese

expecting favour or aid from another. in Assamese

expelled from or relegated to a country or place by authoritative decree in Assamese

Experience or take the pleasure in in Assamese

expert in chanting community prayers. in Assamese

Explaining working or use of machines, equipments, etc. in Assamese

Exploitation by a stronger country of weaker one; the use of the weaker country's resources to strengthen and enrich the stronger country. in Assamese

Explosive made of saltpetre, sulphur and charcoal in Assamese

expressed approval or admiration of in Assamese

expressed in spoken words. in Assamese

expressed indirectly using a figure of speech in Assamese

expressing deep sympathy at the stage of one's distress. in Assamese

expressing of sorrow for a dead person, especially by wearing black clothes in Assamese

expressing or declaring objection, disapproval, or dissent to (something) in Assamese

expressing surprise, incredulity etc. in Assamese

expressing the real fact conforming to truth in Assamese

expression of dissatisfaction or unhappiness in Assamese

Expression of farewell used when parting at night or when going to sleep in Assamese

Expression of feelings, often in groups, by means of public meeting, march etc. in Assamese

expression of one's anger or bad feelings about someone in Assamese

expression of one's own personality, feelings, or ideas, as through speech or art. in Assamese

expression of strong disapproval in Assamese

Expression of sympathy esp. at demise of a family member in Assamese

Expressions in speech, words or writing in Assamese

extended nose of an elephant or of an animal related to the elephant in Assamese

Extended to a very long distance. in Assamese

extending far down from the top or surface in Assamese

extending from one edge of a solid figure to an opposite edge, as a plane in Assamese

extending from the shoulder on one side to the side of the body on the other. in Assamese

extending high in air in Assamese

extending in the same direction, equidistant at all points, and never converging or diverging in Assamese

extraction of a spear, arrow, nail etc. thrust into the body in Assamese

Extraneous signals/sounds that can be confused/fused with the phenomenon to be observed or measured or delivered. eg. background music. in Assamese

extraordinary power acquired through meditation in Assamese

extreme darkness in Assamese

extreme dislike due to lack of respect, enmity or unfavorable taste, odour or colour in Assamese

Extreme happiness in Assamese

extremely bad reputation, public reproach, or strong condemnation as the result of a shameful, criminal, or outrageous act in Assamese

Extremely comfortable or conductive to sumptuous living in Assamese

Extremely good in quality or characteristics. in Assamese

extremely greedy for money in Assamese

Extremely or uncomfortably cold so as approaching, at, or below the freezing point. in Assamese

extremely small parts of matter in Assamese

Eyes filled or wet with tears. in Assamese

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