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

Rabi crops are harvested in winter season mainly in India and Pakistan. Crops that are grown from November to April. in Assamese

Radha is name of a cowherdess (a gopi) who is Krishna's supreme beloved. in Assamese

radically different in some qualities that are common to both in Assamese

Ragged disreputable (person or child) in Assamese

Raise from a lower to a higher position. in Assamese

Raised mass of earth, like the one built by termites in Assamese

raised or elevated upwards (as a tooth) in Assamese

raised to the power three in Assamese

raising or lifting something, especially a flag in Assamese

Raja Ram Mohan Roy (August 14, 1774 – September 27, 1833) was a founder (with Dwarkanath Tagore and other Bengali Brahmins) of the Brahma Sabha in 1828 which engendered the Brahmo Samaj, an influential Indian socio-religious reform movement. in Assamese

Ramphotyphlops braminus is a harmless blind snake species found mostly in Africa and Asia, but has been introduced in many other parts of the world. Completely fossorial, they are often mistaken for earthworms, except that they are not segmented. The spec in Assamese

rapid movement in linear motion of a particle or of an elastic solid about an equilibrium position in Assamese

Rash is an important festival celebrated throughout India. Major celebrations take place in north-eastern states. Rash is usually held in the month of November and lasts for one month. Big melas are organized in different parts of the country, along with in Assamese

Rate of proportion percent in Assamese

rather than this in Assamese

ratio of squares in Assamese

Ravana was ten-headed, twenty-armed mythical king of ancient Sri Lanka. with great supernatural power, who is said to have ruled Lanka about 6000 years ago. He plays a major role in Hindu mythology, especially in the Ramayana, where he is mainly depicted in Assamese

Ravana`s brother and king of The Hell, he kidnapped Rama and Laxman. He was killed by Hanuman in Assamese

raw, uncooked rice in Assamese

Reach a destination or make appearence in the scene in Assamese

reaching up to the chin. in Assamese

reaching up to the ear in Assamese

Reaching up to the neck. in Assamese

readily vaporizable at a relatively low temperature, characterized by or subject to rapid or unexpected change, tending to erupt into violence in Assamese

Ready in action; quick to act as occasion demands. in Assamese

ready to take place; hanging threateningly over one's head in Assamese

Rear side or the side towards the legs (of a bed). in Assamese

received blessings of in Assamese

received or derived out of dreams in Assamese

received or obtained some kind of favor or advantage in Assamese

Receiving a salary or having a salary attached. in Assamese

receiving with respect. in Assamese

Recently made, produced, or harvested; not stale or spoiled in Assamese

recitation or perusal of the Vedas in Assamese

Reckoned by the year or occurring every year. in Assamese

recovering from an illness or medical treatment. in Assamese

recovery from unconsciousness in Assamese

recovery of something lost in Assamese

Rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln; used as a building or paving material in Assamese

red or brown oxide coating on iron or steel caused by the action of oxygen and moisture in Assamese

redness, swelling, pain, heat, and disturbed function of an area of the body, esp. as a reaction of tissues to injurious agents. in Assamese

reduced to ashes or totally destroyed by fire in Assamese

reeling or turning round and round in Assamese

refered to every one member of a group in Assamese

reference book containing articles on various topics in Assamese

referred briefly to; name, specify, or speak of in Assamese

Referring to a person who has died, esp. recently in Assamese

referring to marriage and other celebrations of religious (and cultural, social) significance together. in Assamese

refers things items owned by oneself in Assamese

refers to a dead person in Assamese

refers to a fat stout person, usually women, of mature age. in Assamese

refers to a high intensity non-stop shower or rain in Assamese

Refers to a man who is married in Assamese

refers to a period of time far in the past. in Assamese

refers to a person who adheres to the morals, laws of the land in Assamese

refers to a person whom one loves a lot in Assamese

refers to a place away from the speaker in Assamese

refers to a small kid with feeling of love or deep affection in Assamese

refers to a statement or talks having no significance or usefulness; speaking without regard of truth or propriety. in Assamese

refers to a statement which is contrary to fact or truth in Assamese

refers to a time being refered in the past. in Assamese

Refers to an armed force for civilian deployment, not regarded as having the same status as the military. in Assamese

refers to an expert in a subject; e.g. geologist, biologist. in Assamese

refers to an item close to the speaker in Assamese

refers to an unwise decision or action in Assamese

refers to belonging to a particular ideology or community; e.g. extremist, seperatist. in Assamese

refers to every member or the entire part of something in Assamese

refers to great love or loyalty and profound dedication in Assamese

refers to having equal characteristics in Assamese

refers to late occurrence, appearance or origin in Assamese

refers to people from the Neatherlands in Assamese

refers to people who speaks Assamese as the first language. in Assamese

refers to plants and animals that grow or live in the forest in Assamese

refers to something added to complete a thing, make up for a deficiency. in Assamese

refers to sth belonging to oneselves; of us in Assamese

refers to substance that harms, often fatal, the body when swallowed or drunk in Assamese

refers to the follows of the great saints of Mahapurux Sankardev and Madhavdev in Assamese

refers to the person with whom one is talking to in Assamese

refers to the plant that has flowers and utilize flowers as their reproductive mechanism in Assamese

refers to the speaker himself/herself in Assamese

refers to to/towards oneselves in Assamese


refers/related to electricity produced by water power in Assamese

refreshing ease or inactivity after exertion or labor in Assamese

Refusal or failure to obey commands, orders, or instructions of one in authority in Assamese

Refuse to have social or commercial interactions with a person, group or a country, etc. in Assamese

refuse to obey an order in Assamese

Refuse to obey or resist openly in Assamese

refusing to do a work unless others also assist or co-operate in Assamese

Regarded with great favour, approval, or affection especially by the general public. in Assamese

Regardless of the fact that in Assamese

regents of the eight quarters. in Assamese

registration of name in land settlement documents in Assamese

regular activity performed in exchange for payment, especially as trade, occupation, or profession in Assamese

regular, proper and systematic arrangement in Assamese

regulation of the activities in Assamese

Rejecting any belief in gods; related to or characterized by or given to atheism. in Assamese

related or pertaining the process of buying, selling, or exchanging commodities, at either wholesale or retail, within a country or between countries in Assamese

Related or pertaining to mathematics in Assamese

related or pertaining to the big towns or cities. in Assamese

related or reactive to no particular party or side in Assamese

Related to / pertaining to Persi or the present day Iran. in Assamese

related to a fraction or part of something in Assamese

related to a single molecule in Assamese

related to an epidemic or a quickly spreading disease affecting many people in Assamese

related to an institution or having the characteristics of an institution in Assamese

related to an organism or cell having double the basic haploid number of chromosomes in Assamese

related to an organism or cell having only one complete set of chromosomes, ordinarily half the normal diploid number in Assamese

related to brilliant or gorgeous appearance; displaying of imposing pomp or grandeur in Assamese

related to commercial production and sale of goods in Assamese

related to earth or soil in Assamese

Related to Earthquakes in Assamese

Related to education and learning in Assamese

related to fish or used for keeping fish in Assamese


related to geophysics, i.e. the branch of geology that deals with the physics of the earth and its atmosphere in Assamese

related to God, Supreme Spirit, Supreme Soul in Assamese

related to graphs, diagrams or mathematical curves in Assamese

related to heat; caused by heat in Assamese

related to home or household in Assamese

related to household, i.e. the people of a house collectively in Assamese

related to legal punishments and the related laws in Assamese

related to linguistics or languages in Assamese

related to mental faculty in Assamese

related to numbers, like value of a parameter expressed in numbers. in Assamese

related to or caused by magic in Assamese

related to or concerned with a plant that has started growing in Assamese

related to secretly planning something illegal or bad in Assamese

related to state of being male or female. in Assamese

related to stone, rock in Assamese

related to symbols or signals in Assamese

related to technology in Assamese

related to the heaven or the God in Assamese

related to the management of any office, business, or organization in Assamese

related to the mental characteristics of a particular individual in Assamese

related to the moon in Assamese

related to the number 10. in Assamese

related to the old times in Assamese

related to the sea water that surrounds the earth`s land masses in Assamese

Related to the soul thought of as separate from the body and believed to live on after death. in Assamese

related to the sound that can be heard or the hearing ability in Assamese

Related to the study of ancient culture, esp. by excavation and analysis of physical remains in Assamese

related to the study of human evolution, civilization etc in Assamese

Related to the teeth or dentistry in Assamese

related to turning/going back again to the same place or condition. in Assamese

related to word, spellings and their meanings in Assamese

related to/pertaining to languages in Assamese

Related with the main topic or event in Assamese

relating to a couple, i.e. husband and wife in Assamese

relating to a criminal court in Assamese

Relating to a legislature or composed of members of a legislature. in Assamese

relating to a zone or division in Assamese

relating to and determined by the grammar (of a particular language). in Assamese

relating to any animal tissue that covers a surface, or lines a cavity or the like in Assamese

relating to association in Assamese

Relating to audible sound. in Assamese

relating to bihu or associated with bihu in Assamese

relating to knowledge in Assamese

relating to medical care given to pregnant women. in Assamese

Relating to moral principles, specially concerning human conduct in Assamese

relating to or arising from differences between the races in Assamese

relating to or contained in a dictionary in Assamese

Relating to or derived from the sun or utilizing the energies of the sun. in Assamese

Relating to or designating an electric charge of a sign opposite to that of an electron. in Assamese

relating to or divided into hundredths in Assamese

Relating to or extending over a relatively long time. in Assamese

relating to or performing secretion, i.e. the act or process of separating, elaborating, and releasing a substance in Assamese

relating to or produced in Bhadra. in Assamese

Relating to or resembling or having leprosy. in Assamese

relating to salvation, i.e. deliverance from the power and penalty of sin in Assamese

Relating to symptoms (especially malarial fever) that appear every other day. in Assamese

relating to the govenment or public affairs of a country in Assamese

relating to the next world, i.e. after death in Assamese

relating to the science or practice of medicine. in Assamese

relating to the `mohajon' or `mohonto' (religious instructor) of `satra` in Assamese

relating to `kshatriya` or the military class in Assamese

Relating to, based on, or tracing ancestral descent through the maternal line. in Assamese

Relating to, based on, or tracing ancestral descent through the paternal line. in Assamese

relating to, existing on, or connected with the outside or an outer part. in Assamese

relating to/ having to do with child birth/delivery. in Assamese

relating/pertaining to causes of an event or phenomena. in Assamese

relation between the cause or causes with effect in Assamese

relations on one's mother's side. in Assamese

Relatively great in extent from one surface to the opposite in Assamese

relatively hard, naturally formed mineral or petrified matter in Assamese

relatively slow in mental or emotional or physical development in Assamese

Release from a post of duty, as by the arrival of a substitute or replacement. in Assamese

release of energy on burning of a fuel in Assamese

Religious exercise or practice other than the regular corporate worship of a congregation. in Assamese

religious rites carried out after specified time since the actual demise of somebody for the peace of his/her soul. in Assamese

Remain in a certain state or position. in Assamese

remaining in the heart in Assamese

remaining the same, not changed. in Assamese

remains after being destroyed by fire in Assamese

remains of something after destruction, often monuments of historial imortance in Assamese

remaning solid rice after separating husk from rice gain by a sieve. in Assamese

remembering one`s own condition in a previous life. in Assamese

remembering something sweet but lost in time in Assamese

remnant refuse of cream obtained after separation of ghee in Assamese

remnants of dry mustard seeds after extraction of oil in Assamese

removal from some post,responsibility etc. in Assamese

remove the dry external covering of seeds (husk) by using some mechanical device in Assamese

removing the horns of cattle. in Assamese

rendered useless by breaking or destroying by any means in Assamese

renounce an oath , refuse to acknowledge something promised in Assamese

rented from the owner for one year or short period for cultivation (said of land) in Assamese

repeat a work to improve skill in Assamese

repeatation (a passage, phrase, etc.) from a book, speech, or the like, as by way of authority, illustration, etc in Assamese

repeated demand in a piteous tone in Assamese

repeatedly ask to do something in Assamese

repetition of a discussion already made in Assamese

Repetition of exactly similar parts facing each other or a centre in Assamese

representative of a country in Assamese

Representative of the British Empire in a province during British rule in India. in Assamese

Represented as greater than is true or reasonable. in Assamese

reproduced in print which was printed earlier in Assamese

reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts in Assamese

Republic Day is the name of a day in several countries when they first became republics.The Republic Day of India is a national holiday of India to mark the adoption of the Constitution of India and the transition of India from a British Dominion to a rep in Assamese

Requested for the presence or participation in certain occasion/purpose. in Assamese

required for washing or taking bath in Assamese

Required or commanded by authority in Assamese

Requiring or exhibiting little effort or endeavor in Assamese

resembling a footprint in Assamese

resembling a ladder in Assamese

resembling an European in Assamese

resembling Bengali language or Bengali people in Assamese

resembling cotton; as soft as cotton in Assamese

resembling death or painful as death in Assamese

resembling in shape with that of a grinding-stone or muller in Assamese

resembling the colour of honey or light reddish-yellow in Assamese

resembling the round knot at the end of a rope used to tie cattle in Assamese

resembling, covered with, or having the form of a net in Assamese

resembling, suggesting, or appropriate to a child or childhood in Assamese

resistant to destruction by fire. in Assamese

Resisting an attack made on or protect in Assamese

respected because of its long usage. in Assamese

Restrained or managed or kept within certain bounds. in Assamese

Restraint of ones emotions, desires, or inclinations; self-control. in Assamese

resulting from careful thought; `the paper was well thought out` in Assamese

results with the expected or above expected outcome. in Assamese

resumption after an interruption; the act or fact of continuing in or the prolongation of a state or activity in Assamese

Return to a previous state in Assamese

return to original state in Assamese

Revival of art and literature in Assamese

Rewording for the purpose of clarification, translation of the sense expressing the thought expressed in a source text in Assamese

Rhythimic pulsation of a heart, etc. in Assamese

rhythmic rise and fall or modulation of voice in music in Assamese

Rice cooked in well-seasoned broth with onions or celery and usually poultry or game or shellfish and sometimes tomatoes. in Assamese

rice dried by heating or frying in Assamese

Rice flour of Xaali saul (sunned rice) and Bora saul is mixed with coconut, sugar. A earthenware, half filled up with water is set on a hearth. A neat clothe is placed on the beam of the pitcher and the flour mixture is put in it. Now the beam is covered in Assamese

rice grains with the golden outer cover removed. in Assamese

Rice made without boiling but by simply drying the paddy in the sun before husking. in Assamese

rice plant grown for transplanting. in Assamese

rice seedlings plucked and kept with their roots steeped in water for three days before transplantation. in Assamese

rice that has been prepared by boiling in the husk, in order to improve nutritional values and texture in Assamese

rice that has been pressed flat and dried,used in Asian cooking. in Assamese

Rice, wheat or grain weevil is a beetle formed herbivorous bug of Curculionoidea superfamily. They are very small in shape and size, less than 6 mm. The grain or wheat weevil damages stored grain. They are also known as grain weevils. The females lay many in Assamese

rice-powder offered to one mourning for a dead father or mother. in Assamese

rich fabric woven (specially silk) with a raised pattern in Assamese

right hand side of an animal`s belly in Assamese

Right of inheritance belongs exclusively to the eldest son. in Assamese

right or supporting atmosphere for doing something in Assamese

Right to Information Act 2005 mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. For more details, visit in Assamese

right,true or acceptable to all places and times in Assamese

rights to uphold life, liberty,equality and dignity of individuals (guranteed by the constitution in some countries) or embodied in the International Convenants and also enforceable by courts of some countries in Assamese

ring-shaped wrinkles on the horns of the animal in Assamese

ringing sounds as a small bell. in Assamese

ripe areca nut which is kept preserved underground for subsequent use in Assamese

ripe betel-nut kept in water or mud for a few days to preserve for furture use in Assamese

Ritual recitation of verbal charms or spells to produce a magic effect. in Assamese

roaming about without any particular objectives or destinations in Assamese

Robbery of travelers on or near a public road. in Assamese

Rong Bong Terang is a litterateur whose epoch Rong Milir Hanhi sent him into the acme of glory. Anglong district was born to Rupsing Terang and Ba-hak Ronghangpi at Lumbungdingpi near Bokoliaghat on January 13, 1937. After passing the Matriculation examin in Assamese

rope for dragging the harrow. in Assamese

Rough or abrupt in behaviour. in Assamese

Round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in sports in Assamese

round sweet with ingredients like flour/coconut powder/ thickend milk etc. with sugar (and spices) in Assamese

round, soft unleavened, deep fried wheat cake. in Assamese

Rounded vessel often made of earth clay or ceramic in Assamese

rows of residences of Vaisnava monks of Sattras. in Assamese

Rudraprayag is a town and a nagar panchayat in Rudraprayag District of Uttarakhand, Indian. The confluence of rivers Alaknanda and Mandakini. Alaknanda then proceeds towards Devaprayag where it joins with Bhagirathi river to form the river Ganga. in Assamese

rules and regulations according to the old books of religion in Assamese

running of an animal in Assamese

Rythmic throbbing of the arteries as blood is propelled through them, normally measured in the wrist, which gives the rate of heart beat in Assamese

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