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

Padma Shri is an award given by the Government of India generally to Indian citizens to recognize their distinguished contribution in various spheres of activity including the Arts, Education, Industry, Literature, Science, Sports, Social Service and publ in Assamese

Paiks were common and normal liege of Assam in the days of Ahom Kingdom. They were cultivating in the land of the King for which they were supposed to work for the King or for the Kingdom. The king can donate them with the land to someone else. However, t in Assamese

pain and discomfort associated with contractions of the uterus during labor in Assamese

pain caused by scratches with the finger nails. in Assamese

Pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs. in Assamese

pain in the stomach due to indigestion in Assamese

painful scream of a man in pain in Assamese

painted or covered with a dye once only in Assamese

Painted stork is a tropical species, belonging to the stork family of Ciconiidae. The bird is found in the Asian continent, covering the area from India and Sri Lanka to Southeast Asia. They are resident birds and are found in Indian lowland wetlands, wit in Assamese

paintings and engravings on the walls of caves and rock-shelters, esp. naturalistic depictions of animals, produced by Upper Paleolithic peoples of western Europe between about 28,000 and 10,000 years ago. in Assamese

Pangolins or scaly anteaters are mammals in the order Pholidota. There is only one extant family (Manidae) and one genus (Manis) of pangolins, comprising eight species. Pangolin is a Malaysian word for olling up into a ball, with which the pangolin d in Assamese

paper printed with a pattern of straight or curved lines, esp. a grid of small squares, for plotting or drawing graphs and curve in Assamese

parallel to the ground, without pleats, level in Assamese

parallel to the plan of the groud / earth's surface. in Assamese

Parashuram is sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, born as the son of the sage-couple, Jamadagni and Renuka. He exterminated the Kshatriyas (race of kings) led by Kartavirya, who were oppressing the people.Parashuram was asked by the holy rishis (seers) to m in Assamese

Part of a poem with two rhyming lines each containing fourteen letters. in Assamese

Part of a program that performs a distinct function, an interchangeable, plug-in hardware unit in Assamese

part of a river where the current is very fast and turbulent in Assamese

Part of a scene or picture furthest from the observer in Assamese

part of a steam engine where steam is produced, a main part of a thermal power industry in Assamese

part of dress worn (with sador) by Assamese women. in Assamese

Part of the body at which arm, foreleg, etc. are attached in Assamese

part participle of the verb 'DO'. in Assamese

Parthenium Hysterophorus is an herbal plant and a weed species. It is also known as congress weed or congress grass, has become a common weed in India, Australia and parts of Africa. Parthenium is an aggressive weed invading all disturbed land, including in Assamese

partially or little felt in Assamese

Participant in the sport of lifting heavy weights in Assamese

Participants in a game or sports in Assamese

Participants of a discussion in Assamese

particularly of husbands, plagued or overwhelmed by a nagging or overbearing wife. in Assamese

parting of the hair of the head to catch lice in Assamese

Partridges are birds in the pheasant family, Phasianidae. They are a non-migratory Old World group. These are medium-sized birds, intermediate between the larger pheasants and the smaller quails. Partridges are native to Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Midd in Assamese

Parvati Prasad Baruva was born on August 19, 1904 near the banks of the Dikhow River in Sibsagar, Assam. He received his early education at Phuleswari School. His interest in the arts, music and drama were also nurtured during his childhood. At the age of in Assamese

Pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life. in Assamese

passed away, whiled away in Assamese

passing below the horizon or gradually disappearing in Assamese

Passing on of physical and mental characteristics genetically in Assamese

pause in doubt; unable to proceed becuase not sure what/how to do in Assamese

Pay close attention to; give heed to in Assamese

pay money as a cost of a service acquired in Assamese

Payment in addition to what is usual. in Assamese

Peacefully resistant, as in response to or protest against injustice, esp. on moral or philosophical grounds. Free from violence. in Assamese

Peformed with or marked by great diligence or energy. Proceeding or performing with force, vigor, or persistence. in Assamese

Penalty for disobeying a law or rule (like sanctions imposed on UN on some countries) in Assamese

Penguins are a group of aquatic flightless bird of the family Spheniscidae. Living almost exclusively in the southern hemisphere, especially in Antarctica. Penguins having black colour in the back with a white chest. They can walk like a man. in Assamese

people between birth and full growth in Assamese

People in general or of a specified class in Assamese

people kept in custody of some bad element to fulfil some demand in Assamese

people living on the sides of a river. In Assam this term refers to people living on the banks of the river Brahmaputra, i.e Brahmaputra valley. in Assamese

People of a particular place who or whose ancestors are the original inhabitants of that place in Assamese

People of all age group in Assamese

people or the social class whose members are usually employed to do manual work at low wage. They, therefore, are often poor. in Assamese

people responsible to cause harm to society in Assamese

people watching a visual performance either in person or through electronic media like television in Assamese

People who believe on the doctrine of dualism. in Assamese

pepole who died willingly for the cause of the motherland. in Assamese

Performance on a horseback or the sport of riding a horse in Assamese

Performed or occurring as a result of an unpremeditated impulse and without external stimulus. in Assamese

Period of day between sunrise and sunset where one enjoys daylight in Assamese

period of unforeseen combination of circumstances or the resulting state that calls for immediate action in Assamese

Perishable articles of food, e.g. pulses, rice, potato, etc. in Assamese

Periwinkle is a happy-go-lucky small shrub. It cares not for the world. It rejoices in sun or rain, or the seaside, in good or indifferent soil and often grows wild. It is known as 'Sadabahar' meaning 'always in bloom' and is used for worship. Numerou in Assamese

permission to be absent, an allowed absense in Assamese

permission to begin or continue something. in Assamese

perpetual enemies like the snake and the mongoose. in Assamese

Perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment. in Assamese

Persian Lilac is a deciduous tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae. Native to India, southern China and Australia. The flowers are small and fragrant, with five petals of pale purple or lilac colour. Its fruits are marble size and yellow in maturaty. in Assamese

Person employed to keep records, accounts, etc. in Assamese

Person enforcing rules and settling disputes, esp. in a game of cricket or hockey in Assamese

Person enforcing rules and settling disputes, esp. in a game of football, boxing, volleyball, etc. in Assamese

person full of enthusiasm, energetic person in Assamese

Person having legal custody of another, esp. a minor in Assamese

Person of Hebrew descent or whose religion is Judaism in Assamese

Person one is engaged to in Assamese

Person or a company that publishes a book, etc. in Assamese

Person or group escorting and protecting another in Assamese

Person or things that decide the outcome like a tie-break in a game in Assamese

Person ordained with rights to perform religious rites in Assamese

person paying attention to a speech or any audio presentation in Assamese

person riding on a chariot in Assamese

Person taken into custody and kept in prison in Assamese

Person trained to assist in childbirth in Assamese

Person who applies for something, esp. a job in Assamese

Person who deals with the generation and application of heat and mechanical power and the design, production, and use of machines and tools. in Assamese

Person who deals with the practical application of the theory of electricity to the construction of machinery, power supplies, etc. in Assamese

Person who deals with the technology of large-scale chemical production and the manufacture of products through chemical processes. in Assamese

Person who demonstrates politically by taking part in rally, march, etc. in Assamese

Person who dwells in a place in Assamese

Person who engages in a pursuit as a passtime rather than a profession, or performs with limited skill in Assamese

Person who has been taken captive or arrested in Assamese

Person who investigates a matter in Assamese

Person who occupies a premise by paying rent to its owners in Assamese

Person who owns something like property, business, etc. in Assamese

Person who prepares food by heating it in Assamese

Person who saves from danger etc. in Assamese

Person who saw a thing happen and can tell of it in Assamese

Person who studies the human mind or mental characteristics of a person in Assamese

Person who take part or shares with another or others, esp. in business in Assamese

person who takes away other's belongings, esp. secretly or without open force in Assamese

Person with a protruding stomach in Assamese

Person(s) who are part of an agitation in Assamese

Person, animal or plant from which another has descended or evolved in Assamese

persons having a sexual attraction to persons of the same sex in Assamese

persons other than self in Assamese

persons traveling together in an automobile, bus, train, airplane, or other conveyance in Assamese

Pertaining to the period prior to the advent of the Vedas. in Assamese

pertaining to a big city and/or it's affairs in Assamese

pertaining to a division of a complex whole or organized system in Assamese

Pertaining to a geographical area having definable characteristics in Assamese

pertaining to a higher level of activities or contacts between multiple parties. in Assamese

pertaining to a particular sect or religious sub-group in Assamese

pertaining to a party in Assamese

pertaining to a period after a war in Assamese

pertaining to a person and his/her private belongings etc in Assamese

pertaining to a place itself in Assamese

pertaining to a product produced by combining or mixing components, esp. chemicals in Assamese

pertaining to a province in Assamese

pertaining to a religion in Assamese

pertaining to a substance that easily changes its shape; capable of flowing in Assamese

pertaining to a time period (of doing something) longer than the expected in Assamese

pertaining to a unit of sociopolitical organization consisting of a number of families, clans, or other groups who share a common ancestry and culture and among whom leadership is typically neither formalized nor permanent. in Assamese

pertaining to an activity not meant to do business or make profit in Assamese

pertaining to an inauguration in Assamese

pertaining to culture. in Assamese

Pertaining to dowry; received as a dowry. in Assamese

Pertaining to experiment; founded on, or derived from, experiment or trial; as, experimental science; given to, or skilled in, experiment; as, an experimental philosopher. in Assamese

pertaining to gravitation, i.e. the force of attraction between any two masses in Assamese

pertaining to images formed or sensation caused by light energy falling on the eye. in Assamese

pertaining to indiscipline and disorderliness in Assamese

pertaining to low temperature in Assamese

pertaining to many languages in Assamese

pertaining to monetary receipts and expenditures; pertaining or relating to money matters in Assamese

pertaining to one side. in Assamese

pertaining to one's father in Assamese

Pertaining to or belong to the Indian province of Manipur in Assamese

pertaining to or caused by the absence of oxygen in Assamese

pertaining to or characteristic of a people, esp. a group sharing a common and distinctive culture, religion, language, or the like. in Assamese

pertaining to or characterized by cellules or cells, esp. minute compartments or cavities. in Assamese

pertaining to or characterized by egotism in Assamese

pertaining to or characterized by pessimism, i.e. tendency to expect the worst and see the worst in all things in Assamese

pertaining to or characterized by repetition, i.e. doing or hapenning again and again in Assamese

pertaining to or concerning `bhokot` (a vaishnavite devotee) in Assamese

pertaining to or happening in the morning in Assamese

pertaining to or having the form of an ellipse in Assamese

Pertaining to or of the nature of a schema, diagram, or scheme shown in simplified manner using some lines. in Assamese

pertaining to or of the nature of autocracy or of an autocrat in Assamese

pertaining to or related to the European country of Spain in Assamese

pertaining to or represented by lines in Assamese

pertaining to other countries, e.g. Ministry of External Affairs in Assamese

pertaining to superior quality in Assamese

Pertaining to the abdomen in Assamese

pertaining to the applied mathematics that deals with the measurement of the shape and area of large tracts of country, the exact position of geographical points, and the curvature, shape, and dimensions of the earth. in Assamese

Pertaining to the Arab world in Assamese

pertaining to the art or science of making practical application of the knowledge of pure sciences, as physics or chemistry, as in the construction of engines, bridges, buildings, mines, ships, and chemical plants. in Assamese

pertaining to the citizens in Assamese

Pertaining to the continent of Asia in Assamese

Pertaining to the erstwhile Goalpara district of Assam (now Dhubri, Goalpara, Kokrajhar and Bongaigaon districts). in Assamese

Pertaining to the European country of Italy. in Assamese

pertaining to the government in Assamese

Pertaining to the inter-relations between India and China in Assamese

Pertaining to the Latin American country called Mexico in Assamese

pertaining to the magnetic force generated by passing electric current through a metal coil. in Assamese

Pertaining to the no. 20, esp. the years of a century, like twentieth year, etc. in Assamese

Pertaining to the policy of acquiring or maintaining of colonies, esp. by Europeans in Assamese

pertaining to the science and the study of the Earth in Assamese

pertaining to the sense of beauty in Assamese

pertaining to the sex that begets young by fertilizing ova in Assamese

Pertaining to time-honoured orthodox doctrines. in Assamese

pertaining to two languages in Assamese

pertaining to `jarath` or dyed with it in Assamese

pertaining to, existing in, or consisting of the atmosphere in Assamese

pertaining to, situated on or near, or dwelling about the Mediterranean Sea in Assamese

Pheasants are a group of large birds in the order Galliformes. Pheasants are characterised by strong sexual dimorphism, males being highly ornate with bright colours and adornments such as wattles and long tails. Males are usually larger than females and in Assamese

Phenomenon of electricity transmission in Assamese

photographic copy of books, paper, picture or document in Assamese

Phrase or slogan shouted to make troops ready for war in Assamese

phrase used to affirm or assure that everything is fine OR to agree with sb. in Assamese

physical activities carried out to better health in Assamese

physical or mental injury in Assamese

physical power or strength possessed by sb/sth in Assamese

Physically dependent on a particular substance in Assamese

physically distant or apart from somebody or something in Assamese

Physics of Light. in Assamese

Physics related with semiconductors. in Assamese

picking up or taking anything indiscriminately in Assamese

pickled bamboo shoot prepared by Assamese and other north-east Indian communities in Assamese

piece of land donated to as a mark of respect to people commanding respect with their impressive dignity, wisdom etc. in Assamese

piece of writing especially poetry etc. which cannot be translated to another language. in Assamese

piece or dry fire-wood or bamboo used for kindling fire in Assamese

pieces of stem or bark of a certain tree chewed with or istead of betel-nut in Assamese

piety by virtue of devotion to duty. in Assamese

Pistia is a genus of aquatic plant. It floats on the surface of the water and roots hanging submersed beneath floating leaves. The leaves are thick, soft and decorative shaped and has no stem. They are light green. in Assamese

Pitha is a ricecake or pancake, a thin-flat cake prepared from a batter and cooked on a hot griddle or frying pan. It is an inseparable part of Jolpan in Assam. It is a special class of rice preparation generally made only on special occasions like Bihu i in Assamese

Place for the storage of weapons and ammunitions in Assamese

Place from where an aircraft operates and have necessary facilities for this purpose in Assamese

Place or press the foot on somewhere; specially used to mean the arrival. in Assamese

plain paper used in government offices to write official notes (for record, information and to get approval by superior officer for different activities). in Assamese

Plane figure with eight sides and angles in Assamese

Plane figure with five sides and angles in Assamese

Plane figure with six sides and angles in Assamese

plant tissue consisting of ducts or vessels, that, in the higher plants, forms the system (vascular system) by which sap is conveyed through the plant in Assamese

plant tissue with large air-filled spaces, which is typical of aquatic plants and allows air to reach waterlogged parts in Assamese

Playback singers sing songs for the actors and actresses that Synchronize the lip in front of cameras or stage. while the actual singer doesn't appear on screen. in Assamese

player of a clarion or pipe in Assamese

player who keeps goal in football in Assamese

Playful behaviour (such as kissing, hugging, etc.) intended to arouse sexual interest. in Assamese

playing a musical instrument alone without a part of a group. The player, however, can be assisted by other instrument, e.g. a tabla solo can be accompanied by a harmonium, violin etc. in Assamese

playing games in childhood in Assamese

playing with or in water; sports that involve bodies of water in Assamese

Pledge of something as security without delivery of title or possession. in Assamese

ploughing on the same land for the second time in Assamese

plural of that-used to refer to persons, things etc. which are not near the speaker (and/or the listener). in Assamese

pocket size small box - used to keep valuables or betel leaf and acera nuts. in Assamese

Pods are long rather round or flat fruit. Generally it grows up in a creeper plants like peas, beans etc. these are edible. Peacock tree, Flea Tree, Golden shower tree also produced pod, but these are not edible. in Assamese

poem of 14 lines with a fixed rhyme-scheme and, in English, usuually ten syllables per line in Assamese

poems connected with the countryside or country life. in Assamese

poetry that has a regular rhythm but without rhyme,usually with ten syllables and five stresses in each line in Assamese

polished or smooth surface (as of glass) that forms images by reflection in Assamese

political wing that favors conservative values in Assamese

Pomelo used to play as football. in Assamese

Poor enough to need help from others. in Assamese

Poor in quality or rank in Assamese

popular person from the film industry in Assamese

Popularly known as Hiru da and Hiru Bhatta among the connoisseurs of him and his poetry, Hiren Bhattacharyya is a poet by passion and profession ( ‘I am a poet…I have no other entity,/with words is my inseparable entity) and is hailed as the poet of yout in Assamese

pose of being ready to dance, speak or sing in Sattriya style in Assamese

possesing a sensible variety of people or things required for a particular purpose. in Assamese

possessing carefulness. extremely careful and precise. in Assamese

possessing large, beautiful eyes in Assamese

Possessing quickness of intellect, skill, dexterity in Assamese

possessing the qualities or charm of poetry in Assamese

possessing the same quality or characteristics in Assamese

possible to imagine; something that can be imagined in Assamese

Possibly the best known cultivated species of the genus Costus. This plant is native to southeast Asia, especially on the Greater Sunda Islands in Indonesia. Costus differs from the common ginger by having only one row of spirally arranged leaves. The pla in Assamese

Potful of rice and other vegetables (uncooked eatables) offered to a god and/or priest in the Puja (worship). in Assamese

pouch of skin that contains the testes in Assamese

pounded rice, mastard seed etc., used to flavour or thicken a curry in Assamese

pouring of clarified butter on a sacrifice as the last and final oblation in Assamese

Powder like dust of broken bricks. in Assamese

powder of fried chana mixed with water, oil, salt etc. and used as a side dish with rice. in Assamese

Powdery residue left after something has been burnt in Assamese

Powdery substance when an ore or mineral substance has been heated in Assamese

power or talent to do some task in Assamese

Practice a play, music etc. for later public performance in Assamese

practice in military operations. in Assamese

practices that are handed down from the past by tradition in Assamese

practicing thrift, economical in use or expenditure in Assamese

Praise of ones own advantages; speaking of yourself in superlatives. in Assamese

Prantik is a multi-topic Assamese magazine published forthnightly from Guwahati since 1981. The founder editor of the magazine is Dr. Bhabendranath Saikia. in Assamese

Prayer or worship to God of Mohammedan. in Assamese

prayer, guru (the teacher), bhakat (the disciples) and deity - these four prime elements of vaisnava faith in Assamese

Precipitation falling from clouds in the form of ice crystals. in Assamese

predominantly a blue coloured bird with a white chest and underparts, and a blue crest. It has a black, U-shaped collar around its neck and a black border behind the crest. in Assamese

Prejudice based on the belief in the superiority of a particular race in Assamese

Preparation and issuing a book, newspaper, etc. to the public in Assamese

preparation of something artificially in Assamese

Prepared by cutting into thin flakes. in Assamese

prescribed book of a school or college curriculum in Assamese

Presence of water vapour in air/ atmosphere in Assamese

present in small quantities or magnitudes in Assamese

present or available much more than what is needed in Assamese

present or exist without any function in Assamese

presentation of a cultural program in Assamese

president of a club, committee in Assamese

Press Trust of India (often abbreviated as PTI) is the largest news agency in India. It is headquartered in Delhi and is a nonprofit cooperative among more than 450 Indian newspapers and has a staff of about 2,000 writers spread across 150 offices nationw in Assamese

pressed down, or situated lower than the general surface in Assamese

pretend to be sad about something but not really sad at all. in Assamese

pretended, that is insincerely or falsely professed Brahmin in Assamese

prevailing for long. in Assamese

prevailing or on-going condition in Assamese

prevailing rules in Assamese

prevented from being seen or discovered in Assamese

prevention of conception or pregnancy in Assamese

Previously used or owned by another. in Assamese

Previously utilized or owned by someone. in Assamese

Prickly Amaranth is an annual herb with sometimes red tinged erect stems, sometimes ascending, 30-150 cm long, usually branched. Leaves ovate to rhombic-ovate, elliptic, lanceolate-oblong, or lanceolate, blades 1-12 cm long, 0.89-6 cm wide, smooth, leaft in Assamese

Pride in one's abilities, status, possessions. in Assamese

priest of the Pandavas in Assamese

primarily inhabitants of Britain in Assamese

primary to higher educational institute in Assamese

Prior to a specified or implied time. in Assamese

privacy fence made by making slits to open bamboo poles vertically and then support them by bamboo poles in Assamese

proceeding by, founded on, or using comparison as a method of study. in Assamese

process of digesting in Assamese

Process to separate or obtain ingredient, etc. from a mixture by pressure, distillation, treatment with solvents, or the like. in Assamese

processing an educational/academic degree. in Assamese

proclaimed or described by oneself; e.g. self-proclaimed leader in Assamese

produced (on a paper or other material) by printing in Assamese

Produced by or found in sea in Assamese

produced by TATA MOTORS, this is the cheapest and smallest passenger car available in Indian market in Assamese

Produced by volcanic action in Assamese

produced by writing, composing (Specially used for music, literature etc.) in Assamese

produced in the month of Ashwin. in Assamese

Produced or born in Kashmir. in Assamese

produced or emerging from water with which the feet of a guru or god have been washed in Assamese

Produced or occurring every three months, e.g., a quarterly magazine in Assamese

Producing fruit or useful result in Assamese

producing or affording physical comfort, support, or ease: a comfortable chair; comfortable shoes in Assamese

Producing or emitting smoke or vapor, as for certain concentrated nitric, sulfuric, and hydrochloric acids. in Assamese

producing or tending to produce delirium in Assamese

producing young by means of eggs which are hatched after they have been laid by the parents. in Assamese

Production of an electric or magnetic state by the proximity (without contact) of an electrified or magnetized body in Assamese

Production of further members of the same species in Assamese

profession of fighting with the fists in Assamese

Professional estimation of a thing`s worth in Assamese

Proficient and keenly interested in the use of technology, especially computers in Assamese

prolonged argument or dispute in Assamese

prominent muscle that is easy to see and notice in Assamese

promise for ensuring protection; assurance of safeguard in Assamese

promoting or sustaining life, growth, or strength in Assamese

propensity to love or sexual desire in Assamese

proper or suited to the home or to ordinary domestic life in Assamese

property that can not be moved without destroying or altering, such as house, land etc in Assamese

Property that your creditor can claim in case you default on your obligation. in Assamese

Propose a candidate for election or an award in Assamese

Prose poetry is poetry written as prose, in other words it is a hybrid form combining poetry and prose. The poem has all of the essential elements of traditional poetry written in verse. It has rhythm, rhyme, repetition, assonance, consonance, and imagery in Assamese

Prostrate or semi-erect subshrub of tropical region; heavily armed with recurved thorns and having sensitive soft gray-green leaflets that fold and droop at night or when touched or cooled in Assamese

protected by giving shelter, i.e. a safe place to live in Assamese

Protective covering made of metal and used in combat; now a days some other hard materials are also used for the same purpose. in Assamese

protective or protecting somebody/something against an attack in Assamese

protrusion of the thyroid cartilage in the human neck, usually more prominent in adult men than in women or prepubescent children in Assamese

proved to be false or erroneous, as an opinion or charge in Assamese

proven to be true with lots of confidence in Assamese

Provide mental support or boost confidence to do better in Assamese

provide or brighten up with light. in Assamese

provide or express opinion or support for sb/sth in Assamese

Provide what is necessary to do a task or satisfy a need in Assamese

provided with one or more bars in Assamese

Provident Fund is a defined benefit scheme, It's provides for compulsory contributory fund for the future of an employee after his retirement or for his dependents in case of his early death. The accumulated amount with interest is returned to Employee on in Assamese

Providing for immediate needs only or for the intervening period till a permanent arrangement is made in Assamese

Provision of help or relief to the poor; . in Assamese

provisions for a journey in Assamese

Public announcement, esp of goods etc. for sale or wanted, vacancies etc. in Assamese

Public display of materials, works of art, etc. in Assamese

public meeting, i.e. a meeing attended by or open for common man in Assamese

Public respect or regard conferred as appreciation of some achievement in Assamese

published, announced, or listed in an official government journal in Assamese

pulled apart or into pieces (as cloth) in Assamese

Pulp of rip fruits boiled in sugar and canned for long term storage. A kind of sweet savory. in Assamese

pulsate or pound with abnormal force in Assamese

Pulsation of the heart or the sound of the heart beating. in Assamese

punctuation mark showing end of a sentence in Assamese

punctuation marks used in pairs to set apart or interject text within other text. in Assamese

punctuation used in prose to present equal choices. They have broader use in computer programing. in Assamese

punishment with the whip. in Assamese

purchased by paying cash in Assamese

pure mathematics is mathematics which studies entirely abstract concepts in Assamese

purified by exploration of truth or by theosophical knowledge in Assamese

purified by incantation in Assamese

purity or sanctity of mind in Assamese

push forward by the hand on the back of the neck in Assamese

Put a decision, plan, contract, etc. into effect in Assamese

Put a yoke on or join with a yoke. in Assamese

put down by force or authority in Assamese

Put in motion or move to act. in Assamese

Put into practice or a particular use. in Assamese

put into practice or training (a musical composition, a play, a speech, etc.) in private prior to a public presentation in Assamese

put someone to death by nailing in a cross in Assamese

put to death by nailing or binding the hands and feet to a cross in Assamese

Put under control of nation in Assamese

Putting a decision, plan, contract, etc. into effect in Assamese

Putting an end or bring under subjugation esp. by use of force in Assamese

putting forth a little bud or shoot in Assamese

putting on or wearing clothing more elaborate than that usually worn in Assamese

putting or arranging in a tabular, systematic, or condensed form in Assamese

Putting something new in old text in Assamese

Putting things into a particular order in Assamese

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