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

H2CO3, normally formed when carbon dioxide dissolves in water in Assamese

habitual and excessive consumption of alcohol in Assamese

habitual drinker of alcohol in Assamese

hair around genitals, pubic organs in Assamese

hair in the human nostril in Assamese

hair tied in a knot at the top of the head. in Assamese

hairs of the breast in Assamese

half a kilogram, five hundred grams. in Assamese

half of a day or night. in Assamese

half tamed animal(said of female animal) in Assamese

half the distance between two places. in Assamese

Hand tool with a squared bevelled blade for shaping wood, metal, or stone. in Assamese

Handcuffs are devices to secure two wrists close together. in Assamese

handful of a liquid such as water in Assamese

hanging down as far as the knees in Assamese

hanging down to the knees (hair, hand etc) in Assamese

hanging down to the legs in Assamese

hanging in the air or sky. in Assamese

hanging loosely or in disorder. in Assamese

Hanuman, known also as 'Anjaneya' (son of Anjana) is one of the most popular concepts of devotees of God (bhakti) (devotion to God) in Hinduism and one of the most important personalities in the Indian epic, the Ramayana. His most famous feat, as descri in Assamese

Hapening once a week or every seven days in Assamese

happened or terminated according to desire; accomplished what is attempted or intended in Assamese

happening as per Hindu religious tradition or rites in Assamese

Happening at a time subsequent to a reference time. in Assamese

happening at the end of several attempts in Assamese

happening in a particular month in Assamese

happening in the morning in Assamese

happening or appearing in spring in Assamese

Happening or arising or located outside or beyond some limits or especially surface. in Assamese

happening or doing sth in excessive manner in Assamese

happening or occurring before marriage. in Assamese

happening or occurring in rainy season in Assamese

happening unexpectedly without any prior warning in Assamese

happens by chance in a surprising or remarkable way at the same time in Assamese

Happens commonly or habitually under normal conditions. in Assamese

happiness or misery of an individual as determined by his/her own actions, especially due to acts performed in one's previous birth in Assamese

happiness/satisfaction and sorrow/sadness (together) or sequentially. in Assamese

happy as all requirements are met in Assamese

happy forever. in Assamese

hard and continuous work; exhausting labor or effort. in Assamese

hard like iron or made of iron in Assamese

Hard physical work similar to the one done by a slave. in Assamese

hard projection on a cock's leg in Assamese

hardened instead of being ripe and soft (an abscess or a fruit) in Assamese

Harm done to another person in return for harm which he has done (to oneself or to someone else). in Assamese

harm or damage that is done by a cut in Assamese

harmful;liable to cause damage and loss;dangerous in Assamese

harsh and demanding strict obedience in Assamese

has not ended or died out in Assamese

Hate coupled with disgust showing lack of interest. in Assamese

hatred or fear of foreigners in Assamese

Have the characteristics shown or demonstrated. in Assamese

having a backbone or spinal column. in Assamese

Having a blunt nose. in Assamese

Having a body or a body of a slim figure. in Assamese

Having a broad or wide brim. in Assamese

having a cap of snow on the top. in Assamese

having a certain kind of mind (usually used in combination): strong-minded in Assamese

Having a clear perceptive mind in Assamese

having a common center (as circles or spheres) in Assamese

Having a defect or flaw. in Assamese

having a definite purpose in view in Assamese

Having a desire, craving or need for food; feeling hunger, oppressed by hunger. in Assamese

having a flat-looking, distorted face in Assamese

having a folding handle or having the blade which folds into the handle (said of a knife) in Assamese

having a gloomy or sullen look in Assamese

having a handle. in Assamese

having a harsh, disagreeably acrid taste, like that of aspirin, quinine, wormwood, or aloes in Assamese

having a hidden meaning; containing a meaning other than the apparent one in Assamese

having a high volume or intensity (of voice, sound etc) in Assamese

having a keenly alert mind, esp as used to avert danger, make effective reply, etc in Assamese

Having a layer or amount of something over it. in Assamese

Having a link between two or more systems, persons, objects, events etc. in Assamese

having a lot of knowledge and wisdom gained after serious studies and understanding- e.g. a learned professor; connected with or for learned, scholarly people-e.g. a learned response/journal in Assamese

having a lots of flesh in Assamese

Having a position in the lead. in Assamese

having a quick, hasty temper in Assamese

Having a relatively high resistance to flow. in Assamese

having a right angle (triangle) in Assamese

having a sharp pointed edge in Assamese

Having a sharp vision in Assamese

having a shiny or lustrous surface in Assamese

Having a short or shortened tail. in Assamese

having a short span of life in Assamese

having a slightly crooked back in Assamese

having a small waist. in Assamese

having a specified number of legs or fitted with legs in Assamese

having a spiritually pure quality in Assamese

having a strong desire for success or achievement. in Assamese

having a superior mind; having ability to resolve issues quickly. in Assamese

having a sweet, pleasant voice in Assamese

Having a tail or something resembling or suggesting this in shape or position. in Assamese

having a tax levied upon in Assamese

having a thick waist in Assamese

having a thin edge suitable for cutting. in Assamese

having a thin texture (clothe or paper) so that one can see what is on the other side in Assamese

having a vertical extent above the average limit in Assamese

having a vertical extent smaller than the average in Assamese

Having a visible and distinguishable mustache. in Assamese

having a white speck on the eye. in Assamese

Having all necessary parts, elements or steps in Assamese

having an acid taste, resembling that of vinegar, lemon juice, etc. in Assamese

having an air of allure, romance and excitement in Assamese

having an air of distinction, dignity, or eminence in Assamese

having an angle or angle shaped in Assamese

having an effect that spreads over a wide area or lasts for a long time in Assamese

having an excessively high opinion of oneself. in Assamese

having an ill-shaped head slightly bent on one side in Assamese

Having an oblique or slanted direction; something inclined to one direction. in Assamese

Having an obscure or double meaning in Assamese

having an observant eye in Assamese

having an offensive smell or odour in Assamese

having an uneasy feeling arising out of worries, anxiety and concerns about something or somebody in Assamese

having bad reputation in Assamese

having bad smell due to contact with a musk-rat in Assamese

having beauty (refered to a lady) in Assamese

having caused to wear a crown or coronet as a symbol of installing as the king of head of a state in Assamese

Having certain specific qualities in Assamese

having close friendly relationship in Assamese

having combination of three colour, like the Indian Flag in Assamese

having committed unrighteous acts in Assamese

having comparabale merit / ablity (when two competing agents are compared) in Assamese

having contradictory elements. in Assamese

having curly hair in Assamese

having desirable or positive qualities in Assamese

having determination to do something in spite of difficulties, especially when other people are against you and think that your are being annoying and unreasonable in Assamese

having differing characteristics in Assamese

Having dropped by the force of gravity. in Assamese

having eight angles and eight sides in Assamese

having everlasting youth (said of a girl or woman) in Assamese

Having every necessary or normal part or component or step. in Assamese

having evil thoughts or intentions in Assamese

Having exclusive control over a commercial or non-commercial activity by possession or legal grant in Assamese

having facial hairs on the chin in Assamese

Having four sides and corner. in Assamese

having four wheels in Assamese

having froth or foamy in Assamese

having good or beautiful eyes. in Assamese

Having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other. in Assamese

having great intelligence or knowledge in Assamese

Having great variety in Assamese

having half or incomplete meal, not satiating fully in Assamese

having higher education in Assamese

having higher quality in Assamese

having higher sentiments stifled owing to pressure of various rites in Assamese

having hollow horns in Assamese

Having horns or hornlike projections (animal). in Assamese

having inhabitants,occupied in Assamese

having interest or respect (after a noun) in Assamese

having keen sight capable of noticing things carefully. in Assamese

Having large and wide-apart teeth in Assamese

having learnt from experience in Assamese

Having life; living; existing; not dead or lifeless. in Assamese

Having little elasticity; hence easily cracked or fractured or snapped. in Assamese

having logic or reason that can be explained properly. in Assamese

having long shaft between joints (in a tree or plant) in Assamese

having lost consciousness in Assamese

Having lots of light either natural or artificial. in Assamese

having lots of or distinguisable bones in Assamese

Having made less than normal progress both economically and literally. in Assamese

having many aspects or phases in Assamese

having many years of age in Assamese

having more size than the other compared with in Assamese

Having much or too much fat or flesh in Assamese

having no affection or love in Assamese

having no black-spot or bad name. in Assamese

having no branches in Assamese

having no brightness or vividness in Assamese

having no covering on the head. in Assamese

having no death; who lives forever in Assamese

having no debt or loan in Assamese

Having no dount left, what can not be doubted at all. in Assamese

having no feet or footlike appendages. in Assamese

HAVING NO GENDER OR NOT DEPENDENT ON SEX in Assamese

having no horn (of cattle or deer) in Assamese

having no leader or chief in Assamese

Having no living or known mother. in Assamese

having no logical ordering or meaning (of words in a sentence) in Assamese

Having no material body or form. in Assamese

having no object (verb) in Assamese

having no other means or alternative. in Assamese

having no owner in Assamese

having no possibilities of any success in Assamese

having no protector or refuge to protect from the weather. in Assamese

having no reason or basis in Assamese

having no roots, esp (of a person) having no ties with a particular place or community in Assamese

having no smell in Assamese

having no thorn ( having no enemy or adversary or free from trouble) in Assamese

having no toll or chage levied for its use in Assamese

having none to perform the sraddha ceremony, i.e. the requiem after death in Assamese

having one ear or hearing by one ear only in Assamese

Having one eye or seeing with one eye only. in Assamese

having one hand or done by one person only. in Assamese

Having one or more distinguishing marks. in Assamese

having only one leaf (e.g. a door) in Assamese

having only one turn to serve. in Assamese

having only two leaves grown. in Assamese

Having operations, subsidiaries, or investments in more than two countries in Assamese

having or appearing to have only one testis in Assamese

having or arranged in the form of a half of a circle in Assamese

having or assuming the shape of a human being. in Assamese

Having or bearing no name. in Assamese

Having or consisting of a single cell. in Assamese

having or covered with long hair. in Assamese

Having or covered with protective barbs or quills or spines or thorns or setae etc. in Assamese

having or displaying great dignity or nobility in Assamese

having or doing no work, i.e. without work in Assamese

Having or exercising the power of fluent, forceful, and appropriate speech. in Assamese

having or exhibiting discipline in Assamese

Having or indicating good health in body or mind; free from infirmity or disease. in Assamese

having or involving many dimensions.(fig. having many different qualities) in Assamese

having or making prejudiced judgments about another`s wealth, education, social status, character etc. based on choice and use of language by the other person(s). in Assamese

Having or marked by confidence, assurance and/or trust. in Assamese

having or producing a pleasent, sweet smell in Assamese

having or showing a wish in Assamese

Having or showing acute mental discernment and keen practical sense. in Assamese

Having or showing keen interest, intense desire, or impatient expectancy. in Assamese

having or showing no interest or attraction in Assamese

having or showing patience. in Assamese

having or standing on one leg. in Assamese

having or suffering from fever in Assamese

having physical location mentioned/specified in Assamese

having pores or small often microscopic spaces within the solid matrices of a material in Assamese

having properties that differ according to the direction of measurement in Assamese

having qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc in Assamese

having read many books and therefore having gained a lot of knowledge in Assamese

having relation or connection in Assamese

Having relatively great length in space or time. in Assamese

Having relatively great weight. in Assamese

having ridges, flutes or grooves like that of starfruit in Assamese

Having self government or free to act independently in Assamese

having several layers or folds. in Assamese

having significant political influence in Assamese

having similar structure due to genetic similarity in Assamese

having six legs or limbs in Assamese

having small and irregular movements in Assamese

Having soft or inferior wood. in Assamese

Having spot or trace of decay, infection, corruption, etc. in Assamese

having stories or floors (often used in combination) in Assamese

having strong memory, capable of remembering anything once heard in Assamese

having tasks (an male elephant) in Assamese

having the correct shape and size in Assamese

Having the deep slightly brownish colour of gold. in Assamese

having the form and musical quality of a song in Assamese

having the form of a circle; moving in or describing a circle or spiral in Assamese

Having the form of a cube. in Assamese

having the form of a net in Assamese

having the form of a ring in Assamese

having the form of, resembling, or pertaining to a cone in Assamese

having the grain running transversely or diagonally, or having an irregular or gnarled grain, as timber in Assamese

HAVING THE HABIT OF STEALING in Assamese

having the nature of a sudden and violent action in Assamese

having the number of dimensions mentioned e.g. multi dimensional in Assamese

having the power or quality of attracting; as, the attractive force of bodies or personality. in Assamese

having the properties of an alkali in Assamese

Having the property that all constituent elements are the same in Assamese

Having the quality of mitigating or curing fever. in Assamese

having the quality of tubers of taro plants in Assamese

Having the quality or power of conducting heat or electricity or sound; exhibiting conductivity. in Assamese

Having the requirement of need in Assamese

having the responsiblity of arranging marriage of grown-up daughters in Assamese

having the same capacity to combine or react chemically in Assamese

Having the same quantity, measure, or value as another in Assamese

having the same way of thinking or sharing similar ideas, interests etc. in Assamese

Having the shape of a ball or sphere, having no corners. in Assamese

having to do with legends, remarkable enough to be famous. in Assamese

Having to do with machinery, operated by power from an engine. in Assamese

Having to do with the throat in Assamese

Having total knowledge; knowing everything in Assamese

Having two barrels mounted side by side. in Assamese

having two feet. in Assamese

having two floors or levels (said of a building) in Assamese

having two folds or sheets. in Assamese

having two objects (of a verb) in Assamese

having two strands, as a rope. in Assamese

having uncombed hair in Assamese

Having unexpected good fortune and luck. in Assamese

Having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force. all-powerful. in Assamese

having variation in detail; non-identical and inconsistent in Assamese

having very crude, rude behavior unsuitable for/in a civilized society (but not harmful and may not have sexual reference). in Assamese

having virtue or good quality in Assamese

having wavelength more than 0.72 micrometre (of light) in Assamese

having widely space intervals in Assamese

having womenly qualities in Assamese

having, moving in, or operating in only one direction in Assamese

having, showing or causing important and lasting impact on the development of somebody's health, mind and character. in Assamese

having, showing, or dictated by wisdom, prudence, or sensibility in Assamese

He was of the solar race and ancestor of Rama. He was son of Ansumat and father of Bhagiratha. in Assamese

Head of a department or organisation, Highest designated authority of a group of executives in Assamese

Head of a Government department in Assamese

head of the audit team in a state or the country in Assamese

Head of the government of a nation, chairing the cabinet and chosen by the ruling party as its leader. in Assamese

Headgear for a horse; includes a headstall and bit and reins to give the rider or driver control. in Assamese

Heading at the top of an article or page, esp. in a news paper or summary of the most important items in a news bulletin in Assamese

headless or not having head in Assamese

health services to improve and protect community ( public) health, esp. sanitation, immunization, and preventive medicine. in Assamese

healthy or disease-free condition in Assamese

Hearable or able to be heard in Assamese

heart-broken, devastated for love in Assamese

heat absorbed or radiated during a change of phase at constant temperature and pressure in Assamese

heat applied to dry paddy in a damp weather. in Assamese

heavy and clumsy, as a piece of furniture made of wood or metal in Assamese

heavy coins of the Mughal, British or Ahom period in Assamese

heavy metallic tool to keep a boat stationary in Assamese

Height of an object, esp above sea level in Assamese

held in strict privacy; not open to the press or the public. in Assamese

Hematemesis is the vomiting of blood. in Assamese

Hemicrania continua is a invariable one sided headache. It is usually unremitting, but rare cases have been remission. in Assamese

hendredth anniversary, completion of hundred years in Assamese

hesitation about going to a certain place or before a certain person. in Assamese

hick dark syrup produced by boiling down juice from sugar cane; especially during sugar refining. It is either in a highly viscous liquid form or in semi-solid form. in Assamese

hidden meaning in Assamese

hide of a tiger in Assamese

hiding so that people do not know the whereabouts of somebody in Assamese

High mental ability or special aptitude for something in Assamese

higher body temperature of a mammal caused by a disease in Assamese

higher than any other in Assamese

highhanded nature of person in Assamese

Highly agitated and in deep anxiety for the presence or imminence of danger in Assamese

highly caressed, demonstration of great affection. in Assamese

Highly developed and complex (ideas, design, or techniques) in Assamese

Highly pleasing or agreeable to the senses, especially of taste or smell. in Assamese

highly susceptible to influence through the senses. in Assamese

Hindu festival celebrating the end of the monsoon; held in October/November of english calendar and either in Aahin or Kati month of Assamese calendar, celebrations feature lights, lamps and sometimes fireworks. in Assamese

Hindu god of love and erotic desire. in Assamese

Hindu goddess of food and cooking. Reincarnation of Goddess Parvati. in Assamese

Hindu goddess of knowledge, learning, music and all forms of creative art. in Assamese

Hindu scriptures that constitute the core teachings of Vedanta. in Assamese

Hiranaam is a form of Sattriya music related to the Vaishnava religious scriptures. The singers, the Gayans accompany themselves with cymbals played by the Bayans. The singing mainly involves chanting the names of Krishna, in a call and response style. in Assamese

Hiring a person to a job or office in Assamese

Hog Deer is a subspecies of deer, found in the areas stretching from Pakistan, through northern India, to mainland Southeast Asia. A population of the Hog deer was introduced in a number of countries, including Australia, United States and Sri Lanka. The in Assamese

Holder of a license or permit esp. for carying out certain business in Assamese

holding an indicated position, role, office, etc., currently in Assamese

holding an office or position in Assamese

holding or including within its volume or area in Assamese

holding securely in one's possession, custody, or control in Assamese

Holding usual or accepted opinions, esp on religions, morals, etc. in Assamese

Holi – the festival of color is marked as the opening festival in Hindu calendar, falls on the full moon day in the month of PHALGUN. People enjoy themselves playing with several colours and celebrate the whole day with much pump and gaiety. in Assamese

Holiday taken by a newly married couple in Assamese

hollow container into which a substance is poured or pressed to harden into a required shape in Assamese

Hollow muscular organ maintaining the circulation of blood by rythmic contraction and dilation in Assamese

hollow or natural passage under or into the earth, especially one with an opening to the surface. in Assamese

home or family life. in Assamese

hordes of people, animal or bird moving from their place of origin to another location. in Assamese

horizontal surface or structure with a horizontal surface raised above the level of the surrounding area in Assamese

Horny part of the foot animals like Horse, Cow, etc. in Assamese

Horny projecting mouth of a bird. in Assamese

hot / high temperature in Assamese

hot molten rock that erupts from a volcano or fissure, or solid rock trrformed when it cools. in Assamese

how closely related a particular page is to the search term requested. in Assamese

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a retrovirus (Contains RNA genome)that can lead to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), a condition in humans in which the immune system begins to fail, leading to life-threatening opportunistic infections.Ameri in Assamese

Human sacrifice is the act of killing human beings as part of a religious ritual. Its typology closely parallels and resembles the various practices of ritual slaughter of animals (animal sacrifice) and of religious sacrifice in general. Human sacrifice h in Assamese

humanitarian principles or practices, having concern for or helping to improve the welfare and happiness of peop in Assamese

Hurt someone physically by use of force or verbally by criticising in Assamese

husband of elder sister in Assamese

Husband of elder sister of one's father or mother in Assamese

husband of one's daughter in Assamese

husband of younger sister in Assamese

husband of younger sister of ones father in Assamese

husband of younger sister of ones mother in Assamese

Husk of cereal grains like ground wheat, etc. in Assamese

husked pulse seasoned with oil or ghee. in Assamese

Hybrid offspring of a male donkey and a female horse; usually sterile. in Assamese

Hyperthyroidism is a condition caused by the effects of too much thyroid hormone on tissues of the body. Although there are several different causes of hyperthyroidism, most of the symptoms that patients experience are the same regardless of the cause (se in Assamese

Hypertrophy of certain body parts (usually legs and scrotum); the end state of the disease filariasis. in Assamese

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