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

Gagana is a small, split-bamboo instrument, very finely cut and delicate. It is played by young boys and girls by holding it between the teeth in Bihu. in Assamese

gained for oneself through one`s actions or efforts in Assamese

Gangotri is a pilgrims place of Uttaranchal pradesh. It is situated at an altitude of abuot 3,200 mts. and 248 kms. away from Rishikesh. in Assamese

Gardenia is a genus of about 250 species of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae, native to the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, southern Asia, Australasia and Oceania in Assamese

gas that makes eyes fill with tear, used by the police to control and disperse mob or riot. in Assamese

Gathering of people, esp. for religious worship in Assamese

Gautama Buddha in Hinduism is viewed as an nine incarnation of Vishnu. In the Puranic text Bhagavata Purana, Hi is son of King Suddhodana and Mayadevi. He is a founder of Buddhism. in Assamese

General direction specially of opinion, fashion or events in Assamese

General increase in prices caused by increase un money supply in Assamese

genetic inability to distinguish differences in hue in Assamese

genre of music practiced and performed by a specific group of people, which has been passed onto them from generation to generation. Often oral in tradition. in Assamese

gentle and sober so far. in Assamese

gentle heat of fire in Assamese

Gesture of homage and respect, esp. used in armed forces in Assamese

getting bad smell from a food item on being stuck to the bottom of the vessel and burnt due to over-heating in Assamese

giant treelike plant having edible nuts and leafstalks that yield a refreshing drink of clear watery sap; reputedly an emergency source of water for travelers in Assamese

girls/women who sing devotional songs in certain Hindu rituals in Assam; girls/women who sing marriage songs. in Assamese

give a continuous story or account of in Assamese

Give a short, half-suppressed laugh. in Assamese

Give birth to a calf in Assamese

Give reference to something already existing means. in Assamese

Give up office or relinquish his official position in Assamese

given back or shown an image of in Assamese

given or done as a fovour or gratitude, not because of any legal obligations in Assamese

given or served without any cost or frees. in Assamese

given pleasure or entertainment in Assamese

given public respect for an achievement or contribution in Assamese

given tune to or written the music of in Assamese

given with blessings or wishes for well-being in Assamese

giving a large amount of agricultural or industrial production in Assamese

giving birth fully formed young. in Assamese

Giving blood voluntarily, esp. for storing in a blood bank and use on some needy person in Assamese

giving hard and lasting timber(said of tree) in Assamese

giving light and becoming bright when heated. in Assamese

Giving milk; bred or suitable primarily for milk production. in Assamese

Giving pleasure and satisfaction. in Assamese

giving to a claimant or petitioner something that could be withheld; give as a favor or a right in Assamese

giving up one's religion or principles in Assamese

go to or toward a more distant point backward in Assamese

God Vishnu or Krishna who wears the necklace made up of kaustabha. in Assamese

going back,return,backward movement in Assamese

going downwards or upwards rather than across; of length. in Assamese

going once round the body (as cloth) in Assamese

going or facing towards one's home in Assamese

Going or proceeding or coming after in the same direction with same idea. in Assamese

going with or attending as a companion or associate in Assamese

gold coin of two and a half tolas. in Assamese

gold purified by burning or exposure to fire in Assamese

gone below the horizon while eclipsed (as the sun) in Assamese

gone from one`s hand or possession in Assamese

gone into or gone inside in Assamese

good and bad; good luck and ill luck in Assamese

good disposition or intention in Assamese

good looking or attractive (refers to a man) in Assamese

Goods purchased in large quantities at a lower price by the retailers. in Assamese

GOVERNMENT BY AGED AND ELDERLY PEOPLE in Assamese

government by two persons/entities in Assamese

gradual change over generations in Assamese

gradual loss in quality due to long use in Assamese

Gradual wearing away of banks by a flowing river in Assamese

grain used as food, e.g.rice, wheat, maize etc. in Assamese

granting or fulfilling desire or aspirations in Assamese

grass, clover, alfalfa, etc., cut and dried for use as forage in Assamese

great admiration for somebody because people think s/he is extremely intelligent/ great/ visionary/ handsome/ beautiful etc. or possess some other extraordinary qualities. in Assamese

great excitement (usually caused by public event) shown by a group of people; outburst of excitement in Assamese

Great excitement for or interest in a subject or cause. in Assamese

great joy, as over success or victory. in Assamese

great rise and fall of the sea water which happens every month when the moon is new and/or full. in Assamese

green,ovoid shaped beans of the Vigna radiata tree which is used in a variety of food products in Asia in Assamese

Greetings when people meet. in Assamese

Gripping tool resembling scissors but with blunt jaws in Assamese

ground into minute granules in Assamese

ground tobaco chewed with betel-nut in Assamese

Ground, dried chickpeas and is a staple ingredient in many Indian and Pakistani foods. in Assamese

Grounds laid out with flowers, trees, and ornamental shrubs and used for recreation or display in Assamese

Group of genetically related organisms esp human being in the line of ascent (the time yet to come). in Assamese

Group of human being in the line of present time who are newly growing. in Assamese

group of soldiers advancing or living together in Assamese

group of soldiers joining the army in the battle-field afterwards as additional forces in Assamese

Group or body of people having common religion, ethnicity or profession in Assamese

Group or section favoring liberal or radical positions in Assamese

growing along the ground, a wall, etc., as a plant in Assamese

growing from seed that has fallen from a plant. in Assamese

growing or living on high-land in Assamese

growing worse in function or condition in Assamese

gruel prepared from fermented rice in Assamese

guided by truth, reason, justice, and fairness, without any bias in Assamese

guilty of dishonest practices, as bribery;lacking integrity in Assamese

Guilty of involving in violation of faith or trust in Assamese

Gulls or seagulls are birds in the family Laridae. They are most closely related to the terns (family Sternidae). They are typically medium to large birds, usually grey or white, often with black markings on the head or wings. The wings are long in size . in Assamese

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