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

made an echoing sound, or sounded loudly in Assamese

made by a person, instead of by a machine in Assamese

Made by boiling pure sugar until it hardens. in Assamese

made by man, not by natural process. in Assamese

made clear or evident to the eye or the understanding in Assamese

made denser, esp. reduced from a liquid to a thick state. in Assamese

made fertile by the flowing rivers in Assamese

made free from microbes using heat, radiation, chemicals etc. in Assamese

made from cement (or tar coal) or such other hard material. in Assamese

made from clay and so indicates very fragile in Assamese

Made from or covered with gold. in Assamese

made in imitation of the currency of a country so as to be passed off fraudulently or deceptively as genuine in Assamese

Made more compact as if by pressing in Assamese

made of cotton in Assamese

made of iron in Assamese

made of milk or anything related to the production and processing of milk in Assamese

made of or having the tinge of silver colour in Assamese

made of thin wickers. in Assamese

made of wool. in Assamese

made or consisting of silk; resembling silk; having a richly luxurious quality in Assamese

made or designed per user's choice or requirement. in Assamese

made proficient by instruction and practice in Assamese

made to occur at the same time in Assamese

made up of metals or appears like that of metal. in Assamese

made up of; comprising of in Assamese

Magh Bihu or Bhogali Bihu is the harvest festival of Assam and is observed in the Assamese month of Magh (January). On the first day of the Bhogali Bihu festival, known as Uruka, young men construct ‘mejis’ or ‘bhelaghars’ with bamboo and wood pieces in f in Assamese

Mahapurusha Srimanta Sankardeva (1449-1568) saint-scholar, playwright,social-religious reformer, is a colossal figure in the cultural and religious history of Assam, India. Sankaradeva was born into the Shiromani (chief) Baro-Bhuyans family, near Bordowa in Assamese

Mahatma Gandhi was born on October 2, 1869 in Porbandar, Gujrat, India. He spent his life working for the cause of freeing India from the clutches of British rule, by using noble means and principles of non-violence and satyagrah. On 15 August 1947, he an in Assamese

maida flour is a finely-milled wheat flour used to make a wide variety of Indian breads such as puri, chapati, paratha and naan. Maida is widely used not only in Indian cuisine but also in Central Asian and Southeast Asian cuisine. in Assamese

maintainance or advocation of a theory, principle or a person. in Assamese

maintained or one who maintains things in a manner easily accessable and looks neat in Assamese

major and minor parts of the body in Assamese

Makar Sankranti is one of the most auspicious day for the Hindus, and is celebrated in almost all parts of the country in myriad cultural forms, with great devotion, fervor & gaiety. The festival of Makar Sankrant traditionally coincides with the beginnin in Assamese

make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something in Assamese

Make a bubbling sound as if water from a bottle in Assamese

make a hole especially with a revolving tool in Assamese

make a low steady continuous indistinct sound like a bee in Assamese

make a person feel that she/he does not belong in a place or society, cause a person to become unfriendly in Assamese

make a wavering cry ( of sheep or goat) in Assamese

make all things haphazard ; bring disorderliness; create a chaotic atmosphere in Assamese

Make amends or reparation for guilt or wrongdoing. in Assamese

Make an addition by combining numbers. in Assamese

Make darker and difficult to perceive by sight. in Assamese

Make or become united or uniform in Assamese

make practical and effective use of in Assamese

make something active or lively in Assamese

make use of meanly or unfairly for one`s own advantage in Assamese

make way into something; to go or come in; come or gain admission into a group in Assamese

making efforts in opposition, preventing movements in Assamese

making much noise or loud sound in Assamese

making oneself look beautiful by wearing nice costume, ornaments and make-up in Assamese

making strenuous efforts toward any goal in Assamese

making white or coloured designs in front of doors of place of worship or dwelling houses on festive occasions in Assamese

Malaria is a infectious disease caused by the mosquito-bite of 'Anopheles albimanus mosquito'. in Assamese

Male nature spirits, husbands of the Apsaras as per In Hindu mythology. in Assamese

male pigeon in Assamese

Mallard or dabbling ducks belong to the subfamily Anatinae of the waterfowl family Anatidae. Mallard is the ancestor of almost all of the varieties of domestic ducks. Mallard or dabbling duck is the well-known and most recognizable of all ducks. The breed in Assamese

Malleable or easily bendable in Assamese

Man armed with a gun in Assamese

Man who has never been married. in Assamese

man with a very high temper/anger,very angry man in Assamese

Man with brown pigmented iris. in Assamese

man-made waterway for transportation and irrigation in Assamese

Managing affairs of employees in an organistaion in Assamese

Manjistha is found in Himalayas and other hillstations of India and is useful in alleviating Kapha and Pitta doshas. The roots of this plant are of high medicinal value. It is anti-inflammatory and is useful in healing wounds. It is helpful in treating sk in Assamese

many separate pieces of a long, flat thing in Assamese

many things huddled together within a small space in a scattered manner in Assamese

Maqbool Fida Husain (17 September 1915 – 9 June 2011) commonly known as MF, was an eminent Indian painter. According to Forbes magazine, he has been regarded as the Picasso of India.Husain was associated with Indian modernism in the 1940s. After a long ca in Assamese

Marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another. in Assamese

Marked by deprivation, especially of economic or social necessities. in Assamese

marked by good luck, one who has the good characteristics of saving money and gaining wealth. in Assamese

marked by inappropriateness causing shame in Assamese

Marked by intensity and extreme force in Assamese

marked by lavish or festive celebration in Assamese

marked by or showing frenzy, i.e. extreme mental agitation; wild excitement or derangement in Assamese

marked by seriousness, gravity, solemnity, etc., as of demeanor, speech, etc. in Assamese

Marked by thoroughness in treating small items or parts in Assamese

marked to the highest degree by grandeur, excellence, brilliance, or competence in Assamese

marked with a branding iron to show ownership in Assamese

MARKEDLY FORMAL CEREMONY CONFORMING TO RIGID RULES AND REGULATIONS in Assamese

markings written or painted on the wall of a public building in Assamese

Mass communication system, esp. newspapers and brodcasting, referred collectively in Assamese

Mass killing of people cruelly or violently in Assamese

mass of fine dry particles in Assamese

matching the sound of two words as in tow lines of a poem in Assamese

Material produced by or used in a reaction involving changes in atoms or molecules in Assamese

material satisfaction; preoccupation with satisfaction of physical drives and appetites in Assamese

Material suitable for manufacture, use or finishing. in Assamese

Material, esp. liquid that has passed through a filter in Assamese

Maternal aunt(mother's younger sister)of one's father/mother. in Assamese

Maternal aunt(wife of maternal uncle) of one's mother/father. in Assamese

Maternal uncle of one's father/mother in Assamese

mathematical equations containing one or more derivative terms, highly useful in physics and engineering in Assamese

mathematical exercises like adding, subtracting, multiplying etc. done in the mind without writing anything or taking any support. in Assamese

Matsya, the Sanskrit for fish, was the first incarnation of Vishnu according to Hinduism. He is a half-first, half-man incarnation. in Assamese

matter that has been vomited in Assamese

Mature sex cells produced by testicles that fertilises an egg in the female uterus to produce offspring in Assamese

matured youth or full adulthood; the time of maturity when power and vigor are greates in Assamese

may be,to have a chance to occur in Assamese

meal taken once a day. in Assamese

meaningless vocal sounds. in Assamese

measure of how deep something is in Assamese

measure of land area, 4840 square yard of land in Assamese

measured by an angle or by the rate of change of an angle in Assamese

Measurement from base to top or from foot to head in Assamese

measurement of the earth`s size and shape in Assamese

measuring equivalent to three paces in Assamese

measuring of lengths, areas, and volumes in Assamese

measuring one yard in Assamese

Measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths. Some, it may not have the measuring arrangement. in Assamese

Mechanism to control or alter speed, quantity, etc. in Assamese

Medical operation to repair injury to a person's skin ,or to improve a person's appearance. in Assamese

Medical practioner specialising in diseases of women in Assamese

Melocanna is a genus of tropical clumping bamboo (tribe Bambuseae of the family Poaceae). It comprises 3 species, found in East Asia. The genus is similar to Bambusa. The 48-year cycle of M. baccifera in northeastern India is responsible for the mautam ph in Assamese

melodious Bihu songs that accompany Bihu dances (like Hunsori)and are accompanied by musical instruments like dhol, pepa, gogona, tal etc. Bihu Geet is in Assamese

MELTED OR MADE OF METAL THAT HAS BEEN MELTED in Assamese

member of a religious community of men living under vows in Assamese

Member of a ship's crew, esp. the one below the rank of officer in Assamese

member of an elected parliament in Assamese

members of the Echinochloa genus grown as cereal or fodder crops and considered as millets in Assamese

Membership of a nation or state, either native or naturalised in Assamese

mental picture; language that produces picture (of objects, actions, feelings, thoughts, ideas, states of mind or any sensory or extra sensory experience) in the mind of people while thinking, reading or listening in Assamese

mental preoccupation in Assamese

mental representation of some strange experience, visible disembodied soul of a dead person in Assamese

mental strength or strength of mind in Assamese

mentally hurt due to some reasons in Assamese

Mentioned below or referred below in Assamese

mentioned/cited before the current statement or paragraph in Assamese

Mentioning name of the writer at the end of the verse or poetry. in Assamese

Merchandise or things to be transported in Assamese

message sent by a sending a telegram in Assamese

metal piece generally given for honouring somebody in Assamese

metamorphosed limestone, consisting chiefly of recrystallized calcite or dolomite, capable of taking a high polish, occurring in a wide range of colors and variegations and used in sculpture and architecture in Assamese

microscopic cavities like those found in animal bodies in Assamese

microscopic hairlike processes extending from the surface of a cell or unicellular organism, capable of rhythmical motion, and acting with other such structures to cause the movement of the cell or of the surrounding medium in Assamese

Migration into a place (especially migration to a country of which you are not a native in order to settle there). in Assamese

milk and water offered to the dead for ten days following death in Assamese

Minister for Agriculture, is a position in the Indian Cabinet, at both State and Union levels. in Assamese

Minister for Education, is a position in the Indian Cabinet, at both State and Union levels. in Assamese

Minister for foreign affairs, is a position in the Indian Cabinet, at Union levels. in Assamese

Minister for Forest Department, is a position in the Indian Cabinet. in Assamese

Minister for Health, is a position in the Indian Cabinet, at both State and Union levels. in Assamese

Minister for Power, is a position in the Indian Cabinet, at both State and Union levels. in Assamese

Minister for Sports Department, is a position in the Indian Cabinet, at both State and Union levels. in Assamese

Minister in a cabinet reponsible for managing financial matters of the state or nation in Assamese

Minister rersponsible for internal law and order in Assamese

Minor alteration or addition in a document, resolution, etc. in Assamese

minuscule, tiny, extremely small, microscopic, insignificant in Assamese

Minute body or cell in an organism, esp. the red or white cells in the bllod of vertebrates in Assamese

mistake in weaving or braiding in Assamese

Mixture of coarse sand and small stones in Assamese

mixture of rice and daal (sometimes with potato and other vegitables) cooked together with ghee/oil and spices. in Assamese

Model or sculpture of a person, often used for burning in protest in Assamese

moderate or gentle heat; the sensation of moderate heat in Assamese

modification of different parts of the body for performance of particular functions; specialization of parts or organs in the course of evolution in Assamese

Modification to meet the requirements of a new situation in Assamese

moisture condensed from the atmosphere, esp. at night, and deposited in the form of small drops upon any cool surface in Assamese

Moisture exuded through the pores of skin, esp. from heat or nervousness. in Assamese

Molasses in syrup or semi-liquid form but less viscous than treacle. in Assamese

monetary or material worth in Assamese

money collected by the government while importing or exporting. in Assamese

money demanded against a service provided in Assamese

Money given by a buyer to a seller to bind a contract; the amount paid before buying something to book the goods in Assamese

Money given to make good for the loss or damage suffered in Assamese

money in currency notes in Assamese

Money or any materialistic item stored for future use in Assamese

Money or gift given or taken in return of undue favour in Assamese

Money or goods or services owed by one person to another. in Assamese

money or objects given for a common fund or a noble cause in Assamese

Money or property brought by a bride to her husband at marriage in Assamese

money or property given away for charity or any such noble purpose in Assamese

money paid as compensation to the guardian of a girl sought to be married in Assamese

money paid as fees for a loan. in Assamese

money placed in a bank account in Assamese

money spent to perform work and obtain a service in Assamese

Money that is invested with an expectation of profit. in Assamese

Money, etc. pledged against the temporary release of an untried prisoner in Assamese

money, food, or other help given to those in poverty or need. in Assamese

Monitor lizards are the family Varanidae, a group of carnivorous lizards which includes the largest living lizard, the Komodo dragon. Varanidae is monotypic, containing only the genus Varanus. in Assamese

Morally bad in principle or practice. in Assamese

Morally or socially just, prefered or acceptable. in Assamese

morally wrong or not suitable for given occasion.(deeds) in Assamese

More or deeply ripened. in Assamese

more than a hundred in number in Assamese

more than a hundred thousand in number in Assamese

More than or beyond what is usual, normal, expected, or necessary. in Assamese

more than the normal in Assamese

more than what has been mentioned earlier. in Assamese

more work than what one can normally do. in Assamese

morning, noon and evening in Assamese

mother of Hanuman, the monkey god who can fly. in Assamese

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

mother of ones father or mother in Assamese

mother of one`s mother in Assamese

mother of Ravana, the king of Lanka in Assamese

mother of the Asuras and a wife of Kashyapa in Assamese

mother of your grandmother. in Assamese

motion of the sun in Assamese

movable joint on which a door, lid, etc., hangs and turns or swings in Assamese

Move from one place and settle in another, esp. abroad, with a view to change habitat in Assamese

Move or remove from its place in Assamese

move smoothly, move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner in Assamese

move something or somebody around usually over long distances in Assamese

move with elegance or beauty in Assamese

moved in a circular motion, as on an axis in Assamese

moved or disturbed violently due to wind, temperature or feelings in Assamese

movement of people in large numbers. in Assamese

movement or procedure with uniform or patterned recurrence of a beat, accent, or the like in Assamese

Movement to and fro, or from and back to a starting point, esp. that of blood from and to the heart in Assamese

Moving air, especially a natural and perceptible movement of air parallel to or along the ground. in Assamese

moving backward; having a backward motion or direction in Assamese

moving from place to place unsteadily in Assamese

moving in a circular or curving course in Assamese

moving or directed outward from the center in Assamese

Moving or extending in a lower direction in Assamese

moving or looking in the direction that is behind you in Assamese

moving or proceeding with little or less than usual speed or velocity in Assamese

moving round an axis in Assamese

moving to and fro in Assamese

mucous discharge from nose in Assamese

mud, dirt or filth from urine and extreta of animals in Assamese

multiplication of two equal numbers in Assamese

Muluk was a distinct tribe in Assam. Their language has no affinity with that of any neighbouring tribe. in Assamese

Mumps is a viral disease of the human, caused by the mumps virus. It is a common childhood disease. Painful swelling from neck to cheak, at the same time fever and headache are primary symptoms of mumps. in Assamese

muscular or having strong muscles in Assamese

Muscular partition between the thorax and abdomen in mammals in Assamese

Musical instruments used traditionally from ancient times among a group of people in Assamese

Musket ball is a round ball, made of stone or lead used to muzzle-loaded into the barrel of the musket. in Assamese

Muslim who has made the pilgrimage to Macca in Assamese

mutual discussion, especially between two enemies in Assamese

Mystus vittatus is a freshwater small fish having two sharp pointed barb just behind the head. It is belonging to the catfish family. in Assamese

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