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

Fabric or material formed by weaving, knitting, pressing, or felting natural or synthetic fibers. in Assamese

facial cosmetics, as eye shadow or lipstick in Assamese

Facial hair on the chin in Assamese

Fact of being familiar or acquainted in Assamese

Faculty or power of seeing in Assamese

Fail to care for or not paying any attention in Assamese

Fail to fulfil the desire or expectation of in Assamese

failure to win a game, fight or war in Assamese

fainting caused by fear at the sudden sight of a tiger in Assamese

faintly heard because of a great distance in Assamese

fairly blue in colour. in Assamese

Fall down of meteor to the Earth or entering of meteor to the Earth's atmosphere at extremely high speed on parallel trajectories. Due to high speed of the meteor, it clash on the air and break into several piecess and glowing on. in Assamese

Fall or flow of blood in Assamese

fallen from a high position in consequence of a curse in Assamese

fallen or lying with the face downwards in Assamese

fallen to the ground (after being defeated in a fight) in Assamese

falling directly in Assamese

Falling or striking of light rays on something. in Assamese

falling prostrate at the feet in Assamese

false behaviour, appearance or action in Assamese

False impression or belief in Assamese

familiar with, having a knowledge of in Assamese

Familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study in Assamese

famous all over the world in Assamese

Famous or important in history; related to history in Assamese

fare charged for carrying across the river in Assamese

farewel forever; bidding adieu forever in Assamese

Farm consisting of a large tract of land with facilities needed to raise livestock (especially cattle). in Assamese

fast tempo or octave or laya, performed after the madhya laya in Indian classical music, vocal or instrumental. The drut laya also marks the climax of the performance. in Assamese

fastened together by sewing in Assamese

fastidious or choosy in eating in Assamese

father of one's husband or wife in Assamese

father of one's son-in-law or daughter-in-law in Assamese

father of ones father or mother in Assamese

father of one`s mother in Assamese

favor on a basis other than individual merit in Assamese

favoring one person or side over another or others. in Assamese

fear of bombs. in Assamese

feast at a friend`s house in Assamese

fee realised by village arbitrators from the disputing parties for settling a dispute in Assamese

feeble sound in Assamese

feel or show deep sorrow or regret for (a dead person, a lost thing, a past event ) in Assamese

Feeling a need or desire to have water or juice or similar liquid. in Assamese

feeling and/or showing love and affection for somebody or something in Assamese

feeling aroused by something strange or surprising in Assamese

feeling as if everything is turning round and being unable to balance and about to fall down in Assamese

Feeling in one's body, perceived through sensory organs in Assamese

feeling of justifiable self-respect in Assamese

feeling of sympathy and sorrow. in Assamese

Feeling or caused to feel uneasy and self-conscious. in Assamese

Feeling or expressing remorse for misdeeds. in Assamese

Feeling or showing a strong feeling of displeasure or hostility. in Assamese

Feeling or showing appreciation for assitance provided in Assamese

Feeling or showing great happiness because of a success. in Assamese

Feeling or showing justifiable self-respect. in Assamese

feeling or showing that one is thankful/grateful for somebody/something; showing appreciation,pleasure or enjoyment. in Assamese

feeling shame; distressed or embarrassed by feelings of guilt, foolishness, or disgrace in Assamese

feeling uncomfortable about the surrounding environment in Assamese

feeling, movement, or change caused by a stimulus or influence in Assamese

feelings or thoughts for sb or sth in Assamese

feelings towards something in Assamese

Feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and no ability to roar. It cries as mew-mew. in Assamese

fell or flown in drops or small quantities in Assamese

fellow countryman , people belinging to the same country in Assamese

Female egg cell from which young one develops after fertilization in Assamese

fermented fish in Assamese

Fermented fish of Garo community in Assamese

Fermented fish of Mising community in Assamese

Fertile place in a desert where water is available and plants grow in Assamese

Feudal lord over land in Assamese

Feudal lordship over land in Assamese

fever arising from fasting. in Assamese

fibres or refuse obtained during work with bamboo, cane, etc. in Assamese

Fibrous scrapings of cane, bamboo etc. produced during wickerwork. in Assamese

Fiery particle thrown from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by a flint, match etc. in Assamese

Fig tree of India noted for great size and longevity; lacks the prop roots of the banyan; regarded as sacred by Buddhists in Assamese

fight by grappling and trying to throw the other one down in Assamese

fight for one`s right in Assamese

Figure with many sides and angles in Assamese

Filament forming tissue in Assamese

Filament, Cellulose fibre from bamboo, wood and other plants in Assamese

fill with wonder, strike with sudden and usually great wonder or surprise in Assamese

Filled or abounding with fog or mist. in Assamese

filled with smoke in Assamese

Filled with the emotional impact of overwhelming surprise or shock. in Assamese

filling up to the throat in Assamese

Final section of the large intestine terminating at the anus in Assamese

Financial assistance awarded to a scholar in Assamese

fine like powder in Assamese

fine remains of the outer cover of rice grains in Assamese

fine split of cane or rattan used as string in Assamese

fire of holy pyre or 'hom' in Assamese

Firm but easily broken. in Assamese

first exchange of sights between the bride and bridegroom after marriage. in Assamese

First Information Report or the initial formal complaint one lodges with law enforcing agencies like police in Assamese

First Menstruation of a young girl. It is one of the later stages of puberty in girls. By which a girl capable of sexual reproduction of offspring: in common law. The average age of menarche in female is 12 years, but it is looks normally anywhere between in Assamese

First one of the three bihu festival's of assam. in Assamese

fish dried in Sun or over smoke for future consumption in Assamese

Fish that cooked in hot oil. in Assamese

fit for a light meal only in Assamese

Fit for lowland paddy cultivation. in Assamese

fit for or capable of marriage (female) in Assamese

fit for or capable of marriage (male) in Assamese

fit or suitable to live in or with in Assamese

fit to be a king or befitting a king in Assamese

fit to be described or given an coount of in Assamese

fit to be discussed or talked-about in Assamese

fit to be eaten as food in Assamese

fit to be engaged in or appointed to in Assamese

Fit to be excluded or left unused. in Assamese

fit to be investigated or searched in Assamese

fit to be killed in Assamese

fit to be known or which should be known in Assamese

fit to be meditated upon in Assamese

fit to be read or prescribed (as a text-book) in Assamese

fit to be regarded as or placed as in Assamese

fit to be sacrificed or given up in Assamese

fit to be seen in Assamese

fit to be stored or saved in Assamese

Fit to be subdued or controlled. in Assamese

fit to be thrown or not usable in Assamese

fit to be touched in Assamese

fit to be used in Assamese

fit to take equal position in Assamese

fitting very tightly in Assamese

five more than fifty; the symbol denoting 55. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

five more than forty; the symbol denoting 45. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

five more than ninety; the symbol denoting 95. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

five more than seventy; the symbol denoting 75. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

five more than sixty; the symbol denoting 65. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

five more than thirty; the symbol denoting 35. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

five more than twenty,the symbol denoting 25. in Assamese

Five, six or eight bundle of paddy in Assamese

Fixed or fastened firmly in place; just smaller than the required size in Assamese

flakes of ice formed in the atmosphere due to sub-zero temperature and covers the earth's surface in Assamese

Flat floating structure made of buoyant materials like wood, banana tree, bamboo or reed. in Assamese

flattened out (bamboo basket) due to rim being broken in Assamese

Flavourful relish or dressing or topping served as an accompaniment to food. in Assamese

fleeing away to escape punishment. in Assamese

flesh or muscular tissue of human body in Assamese

Fleshy hind part of human legs below the knee in Assamese

fleshy part of bodies,especially in fruits in Assamese

Flight of stairs and the supporting structure in Assamese

floating mass of wood. in Assamese

flow of sth; like that of water, electricity, even people in Assamese

flow over; be so full that contents overflow in Assamese

Golden Chain' title='meaning of Flowering plant with bright yellow flowers of the family Fabaceae, spread from Pakistan east to Myanmar and south to Sri Lanka. It blossoms in the month of May. Not to be confused with Golden Chain in assamese'>Flowering plant with bright yellow flowers of the family Fabaceae, spread from Pakistan east to Myanmar and south to Sri Lanka. It blossoms in the month of May. Not to be confused with Golden Chain in Assamese

flowers, tulsi or a garland offered to a deity or offered by a guru with his blessings in Assamese

flowing all the season and for years in Assamese

flowing at a high speed or flowing speedily with strong current in Assamese

Flying snakes are a small group of species of tree snakes that live in Asia and Southeast Asia. At rest they appear unremarkable, but on the move they're able to take to the air by jumping from the tree, flattening the entire body, and gliding or parachu in Assamese

foams rising to the surface of water in Assamese

Folded paper container for a letter etc. in Assamese

folds in the skin as those of an old man. in Assamese

Follower of a religious leader or teacher in Assamese

follower of Tantras, the philosophy described in sacred books written between the 7th and 17th centuries AD, mainly in the form of a dialogue between Siva and his wife in Assamese

Follower of the Hindu religion in Assamese

Follower of the Islamic religion in Assamese

following a particular doctrine or tenet in Assamese

Following as a result. in Assamese

following the same religion in Assamese

Following the systematic method or approach of science. in Assamese

following the tune or rhythm (of music) in Assamese

fond of books; given or devoted to reading or study in Assamese

Fond of dainty things or sensual pleasure. in Assamese

fond of the common people in Assamese

food eaten at a time during dinner or lunch in Assamese

food made from flour,water and yeast mixed together and then baked. in Assamese

Food obtained by begging (especially rice). in Assamese

food or money paid to purchase it in Assamese

food prepared for cow, buffalo etc. by mixing grains, rice-polish, wheat-bran, mustard-cake etc. in Assamese

Food that is cooked in hot water. in Assamese

food to make someone healthy,nutrition in Assamese

food, drinks etc. which is very hot. in Assamese

food, usually rice, boiled for long time in water that is more than necessary. in Assamese

food, vegetable, fruits etc. in abundance. in Assamese

Foods that can be eaten by licking in Assamese

footwear that covers of leather, rubber, or the like, for the foot and all or part of the leg. in Assamese

for a specific cause / reason in Assamese

for all time to come in Assamese

for that reason, in consequence in Assamese

for the benefit of other. in Assamese

for the day or so as to finish within a day in Assamese

for the most part in Assamese

for the most part; in the main; to the greatest extent. in Assamese

for the reason that, on account of; word used to connect cause and effec in Assamese

For what purpose, reason, or cause in Assamese

Force that attracts a body to the centre of the earth etc. in Assamese

Force to leave or move out. in Assamese

forcing or taking (an object) backward in Assamese

foreign country or land ,away from one's own country in Assamese

forever fresh or ever new. in Assamese

form of a verb indicating the time (also the continuance or completeness) of the action in Assamese

formal admission or acceptance into a religion in Assamese

Formal give up of one's rights to or possession of in Assamese

Formal give up or surrendering of one's right to a territory, etc. in Assamese

formal permission from a governmental or other constituted authority to do something, as to carry on some business or profession in Assamese

Formal public address in Assamese

formal written order from court in Assamese

formally greeted on arrival (as of a guest) in Assamese

formally permitted from a governmental or other constituted authority to do something in Assamese

Formally record (a complaint) in writing in Assamese

formation of pus in Assamese

formed or consisting of matter; e.g. the material world in Assamese

Formed or shaped other than something`s original or normal form. in Assamese

former Head of the English department, Dibrugarh University and a linguist of repute. Studied at the universities of Gauhati and Leeds. His Sankar Kohotu Upai is a significant contribution to the study of Sankardeva. in Assamese

former South African political system in which only white people had full political rights and the blacks were forced to live away from the white people in Assamese

forms of creative art like painting, drawing and sculpture that are created to be beautiful and aesthetically appealing rather than useful in Assamese

Fortification consisting of a strong fence made of stakes driven into the ground. in Assamese

Fortuneteller who predicts your future by the lines on your palms in Assamese

Found in nature and not developed by man in Assamese

Found in the ordinary course of events; as if it happens regularly. in Assamese

found or occurring apart from others or as an isolated or casual instance; incidental or occasional in Assamese

four days in 'Assarh'(June-July) when the earth is supposed to be unclean. in Assamese

four legs (of an animal, furniture etc.) in Assamese

four more than eighty; the symbol denoting 84. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

four more than fifty; the symbol denoting 54. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

four more than forty; the symbol denoting 44. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

four more than ninety. in Assamese

four more than seventy; the symbol denoting 74. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

four more than sixty; the symbol denoting 64. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

four more than thirty; the symbol denoting 34 (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

four more than twenty; the symbol denoting 24 (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

Four o`clock flowers are trumpet shaped, about an inch across at the end and about two inches long. They open in the evening and wilt the next morning. in Assamese

Fourth state of matter similar in which a certain portion of the particles are ionized. in Assamese

free end of a skein of thread in Assamese

free from anxiety or disturbing thoughts in Assamese

free from anything of a different, inferior, or contaminating kind; free from extraneous matter in Assamese

free from curves, bends, angles, or irregularities; lying along or holding to a direct or proper course or method in Assamese

free from debt; free from obligations. in Assamese

Free from emotional agitation or nervous tension. in Assamese

free from encumbrance; without responsibity or problems in Assamese

free from error or fault in Assamese

free from ill-will or malice (to others) in Assamese

free from intoxication in Assamese

free from projections or unevenness of surface in Assamese

free from restraint or control in Assamese

Free from stain or blemish. in Assamese

free from worldly affections; not interested in money and possessions in Assamese

free of corruption or immorality. in Assamese

Free of guilt or fault; not subject to blame. in Assamese

Free of or using methods to keep free of pathological microorganisms. in Assamese

free of trouble and worry and care in Assamese

freedom from sin or moral wrong in Assamese

Frequency modulation (FM) is a form of modulation which represents information as variations in the instantaneous frequency of a carrier wave. in Assamese

frequent occurrence or prevalence of something undesirable in Assamese

fresh milk, fresh milk before turned to curd. in Assamese

freshly or healthily red complexion of a person in Assamese

freshwater fish found in South Asia and Myanmar which feeds on mosquito larva and worms in Assamese

Freshwater or marine or terrestrial gastropod mollusk usually having an external enclosing spiral shell. in Assamese

friend of the poor in Assamese

friendly and welcoming to guests. in Assamese

Friendly or useful advice. in Assamese

Friendly reception and treatment of guests or strangers. in Assamese

friendly relations between two person or two parties in Assamese

friends, relatives, neighbours or family members of the bridegroom. in Assamese

from a reliable source. in Assamese

from childhood, from infancy in Assamese

from one end to the other in Assamese

from one stage to the next in sequence in Assamese

From the outside to a point within in Assamese

fruit and plant of a vine-like (climber and trailer) herb originally from southern Africa and one of the most common types of melon. This flowering plant produces a special type of fruit known by botanists as a pepo, which has a thick rind (exocarp) and f in Assamese

fruit of a tropical tree used mostly for cooking. Bananas are actually varieties of plantains. in Assamese

fruits and vegetarian food offered to Hindu God/Goddess in Assamese

full awareness and attention in Assamese

full grown, fully developed in Assamese

full of cuts and wounds. in Assamese

Full of different colours. in Assamese

full of energy like a youth in Assamese

full of energy, determination and courage in Assamese

full of knots in Assamese

full of long beards and hairs in Assamese

full of meaning, significance, purpose, or value in Assamese

full of or containing oil in Assamese

Full of or covered with clouds. in Assamese

full of or covered with lumps. in Assamese

Full of or showing high-spirited merriment in Assamese

full of rain or filled up with rain in Assamese

Full of trivial conversation, talking too much. in Assamese

Full of water; like water. in Assamese

full of, characterized by, or ministering to indulgence in luxury, pleasure, and sensuous enjoyment in Assamese

Full, loud and deep voice. in Assamese

full-grown female elephant in Assamese

full-grown or mature louse in Assamese

full-proof or flawless medicine in Assamese

fully developed into youth or adult in Assamese

Fully developed, seasoned in Assamese

fully opened flower; fully developed ideas, schemes etc. in Assamese

fully prepared or made ready in Assamese

fully ripe internal ovaries or egg masses of fish. in Assamese

Functioning in a supporting manner/capacity. in Assamese

fund operated by an investment company that raises money from shareholders and invests it in stocks, bonds, and different other sectors and the profit gained from there is shared with the investors. Though such investments usually yields high returns, the in Assamese

fundamental social group in society typically consisting of one or two parents and their children in Assamese

funny, claver and not serious. in Assamese

futile or useless attempt, effecting no results in Assamese

Fuzzy mathematics is the branch of mathematics related to fuzzy set theory and fuzzy logic in Assamese

fuzzy set theory is a branch of mathematics that studies sets whose elements have degrees of membership in Assamese

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