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

s the part of theoretical particle physics that deals with the application of theoretical physics to high-energy particle physics experiments. in Assamese

sacred water used to consecrate something in Assamese

sacrifice of one's interests, desires, etc., as for duty or the good of another. in Assamese

sacrificing or ending one's own life for a cause. in Assamese

Sago is a powdery starch made from the processed pith found inside the trunks of the Sago Palm Metroxylon sagu. It's used in Asia as a food thickener and textile stiffener. However, it's also used as primary food during some Pujas in India. in Assamese

saliva, esp. when ejected. in Assamese

saluting at the feet; rubbing the legs with the hand. in Assamese

Saluting by lying straight on the ground, by touching seven organs to earth. in Assamese

salvation seeker in Assamese

Same as mentioned in the previous section or above. in Assamese

sanctified by incantation or mantra in Assamese

sand embankment raised in a river for enclosing and catching fish in Assamese

sand, composed of relatively large particles in Assamese

sapphire , lazuline , sky-blue a light shade of blue in Assamese

Saraighat is a place near Guwahati in Assam, on the north bank of the river Brahmaputra. Sarai was a small village where the old abandoned N.F. Railway station of Amingaon was located. The famous Battle of Saraighat was fought near this place on the river in Assamese

Saraswati Puja, the ritual worship of the goddess Saraswati, is done on Vasant Panchami day every year. The festival is celebrated to pay obeisance to Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge and learnin. in Assamese

satisfaction derived through sense organs like eyes, tongue, ears, nose and skin in Assamese

satisfaction of the requirements in Assamese

satisfying all mental criterias in Assamese

Satras in Assam are monasteries which were established to propagate neo Vaishnavism. Satras are the unique features of Vaishnavism in Assam. The Satras of Assam also became centers for education and dissemination of all kinds of art of harmonious living. in Assamese

Sattriya dances, a classic dance of Assam, was introduced by Srimanta Shankar Dev to propagate religion. It has three parts - guru vandana, Ramdani and geet abhinaya. in Assamese

saved from harmful effects or attacks. in Assamese

Say or read aloud material to be written down or recorded in Assamese

saying what one thinks will or may happen, occur in the future, often based on a sixth sense in Assamese

Saying what one thinks without hiding. in Assamese

sb from a different country in Assamese

scarf like cloth taken by Dimasa women to cover head in Assamese

scarlet resinous secretion of a number of species of Lac-producing insects in Assamese

scenery and stage embellishment, general decorative effect of a room in Assamese

Science of phisiological functions and diseases of women in Assamese

Science of the functions of living organisms and their parts in Assamese

Scientific name Flacourtia jangomas This is an evergreen tropical tree that is native to southeastern Asia. It can reach up to about 33 ft (10 m) tall. in Assamese

scientific study of finance, resource utilization, cost etc. in Assamese

scolding somebody severely, often using slangs, obscene words. in Assamese

Sculptured figure of a person or animal in Assamese

sea of milk as mentioned in the Hindu religious script, the `Puranas` in Assamese

Sea waves, loud noise by a large sea wave in Assamese

Seafaring robber that attacks and robs ships in Assamese

Seal, To impress with some mark or figure; to stamp a plate with arms or initials. in Assamese

sealed so that tight that air can not pass through in Assamese

seasonal island formed on a river by the alluvial materials carried by the river in Assamese

seasoned with black pepper in Assamese

seated or rode on top on something in Assamese

second person singular, now replaced by YOU in Assamese

secretary of an organization in Assamese

secretion found upon plants exuded by the larva of certain tree-insects. in Assamese

Secure from destruction, violence, infringement, or desecration in Assamese

sediment or dregs of oil in Assamese

see through picket fence with lightly distributed vertical bamboo sticks and horizontally intertwined bamboo strips in Assamese

seed kept for sowing. in Assamese

Seeds of any plant or species of the genus Papaver, herbs with showy polypetalous flowers and a milky juice. From one species (Papaver somniferum) opium is obtained, though all the species contain it to some extent; also, a flower of the plant. in Assamese

seeking and enjoying the company of others in Assamese

seeming to be deceitful or dishonest in Assamese

seen by self in Assamese

seen from or related to the front part of one's face in Assamese

seen or listen or sensed by any means of any phenomena without interfering it. in Assamese

self important, ridiculously proud and dignified in Assamese

Self-control in a crisis; ability to say or do the right thing in an emergency. in Assamese

Selfless affection and dedication, as to a person or principle in Assamese

sell and send goods to foreign country in Assamese

Semisolid preparation (usually containing a medicine) applied externally as a remedy or for soothing an irritation. in Assamese

Send off to a destination or for a purpose in Assamese

Senna is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae, It is a good ornamental plants and are used for landscape gardening have yellowish flowers. in Assamese

sensation of rapid heartbeats. in Assamese

Sense of self satisfaction in Assamese

sent to another island or place in Assamese

sentences having two or more meanings. This may be because either (a)the structure of the sentence generates more than one meaning [e.g. 'Flying planes can be dangerous' (i.e. (i) the planes which are flying can be dangerous and /or (ii) it is difficult in Assamese

sentimentality,longing for the happy times of the past. in Assamese

separated in space or time or coming from or going to a distance in Assamese

separated into parts or lost intactness or solidness in Assamese

separated into smaller pieces. in Assamese

separation forever. in Assamese

Seperate or added building in Assamese

Seperate unit of a large organisation performing unique functions in Assamese

seperated into two or more parts in Assamese

sequence of words in a sentence in Assamese

series of sound generated by human from the mouth to communicate with each other in Assamese

series or galaxy of rays in Assamese

serious about one's work; giving full effort to do a work effectively in Assamese

serving as a basis of weight, measure, value, comparison, or judgment, e.g. standard form in Assamese

Serving as an illustration which is good enough to be imitated in Assamese

serving for food and raiment only in Assamese

Serving no purpose and so having no utility. in Assamese

serving or tending to connect in Assamese

serving or tending to cure; of or relating to the cure of disease in Assamese

serving or used to introduce in Assamese

serving to improve the present condition in Assamese

Sesame seeds are fried and kept aside.Jaggery is heated to liquefy and then poured in the heap of fried sesame seeds.They get sticky and the substance is rolled into small balls and kept separately to dry.These balls are called Tilor laru (Sesame seed bal in Assamese

set apart or dedicated to the service of a deity or god in Assamese

Set aside for the use of a particular person or party. in Assamese

Set or adorned with pearls in Assamese

Set theory is the branch of mathematics that studies sets in Assamese

set to or accompanied by music; e.g. musical entertainment in Assamese

Setaria italica; a small-seeded species of cereal crops or grains, widely grown for food and fodder in Assamese

Settled as a colony or settled in a colony. in Assamese

settled or decided in advance in Assamese

settling newly in a place in Assamese

seven more than eighty; the symbol denoting 87. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

seven more than fifty; the symbol denoting 57. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

seven more than forty; the symbol denoting 47. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

seven more than ninety. in Assamese

seven more than seventy; the symbol denoting 77. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

seven more than sixty; the symbol denoting 67. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

seven more than thirty; the symbol denoting 37. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

seven more than twenty, represented by 27. in Assamese

seventh vowel of Devnagari alphabets in Assamese

Several things grouped together or considered as a whole. in Assamese

severely hurt in sentiment in Assamese

sewing with long, loose stitches to hold material in place in Assamese

sexual instinct or sexual drive. in Assamese

sexual intercourse between a married person and one who is not his or her spouse. in Assamese

Sexual relations between persons who are so closely related that their marriage is illegal or forbidden by custom. in Assamese

shaking of the earth by underground natural forces in Assamese

shaking of the eye in Assamese

Shaped in the form of an umbrella. in Assamese

Shaped like a wedge. in Assamese

Share living quarters; usually said of people who are not married and live together as a couple. in Assamese

Shared between members of a group or community, esp. religious or ethnic communities in Assamese

Sharing the same opinions or views; being in complete harmony or accord. in Assamese

Sharing with another or others in Assamese

Sharp explosive cry of a dog in Assamese

sharp pointed stick often tipped with iron in Assamese

sharply or clearly stated, outlined, described, etc. in Assamese

sheath of a banana plant in Assamese

shed for cattle not at pasture in Assamese

Sheet of cloth, used for covering something, typically upper part of body or bed in Assamese

shifting a burden from one shoulder to the other. in Assamese

SHIMMERING WITH COLOURS in Assamese

Shining and flashing with light. in Assamese

Shiva is usually worshipped as the Shiva linga. In images, he is generally represented as immersed in deep meditation or dancing the Tandava upon the demon of ignorance in his manifestation of Nataraja, the lord of the dance. in Assamese

short account of an incident in Assamese

Short additional explantion or addition in a book etc. in Assamese

Short and stout; of relatively large and cumbersome bulk or size. in Assamese

short but strong and stout woman. like a woman of the Daffla tribe. in Assamese

short hair of the body (other than the head) in Assamese

short journey for simple business in Assamese

Short piece of writing on a given subject in Assamese

short pieces of literary works like short story, one-act play etc. which can be read and appreciated usually in one sitting i.e. in a short span of time. in Assamese

Short term procedure in carrying out a plan in Assamese

Short witty quotes in circulation for ages which are held to embody a wise general truth in Assamese

short, light, repeated sound made by a clock (or a lizard) in Assamese

short-statured and unclean in Assamese

showery precipitation in the form of irregular pellets or balls of ice in Assamese

showing apology or regret over an incident, showing sympathy in Assamese

showing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair in Assamese

Showing determination or firmness of purpose in Assamese

SHOWING DISRESPECT TO SOMETHING WHICH OTHERS CONSIDER TO BE RESPECTABLE in Assamese

showing excessive or too much anger in Assamese

showing hope or making somebody believe that something s/he wants will happen in Assamese

showing irritation or ill humor by a gloomy silence or reserve in Assamese

showing kindly awareness or regard for another's feelings, circumstances, etc. in Assamese

showing many folds or creases, especially after being crushed or folded into a smaller shape in Assamese

showing mental feebleness or incapacity in Assamese

Showing no visible emotion and not blinking (eyes) by hearing or seeing something unexpected. in Assamese

showing or expressing sorrow or grief in Assamese

showing or keeping balance. in Assamese

Showing properties of acid in Assamese

showing respect to somebody. in Assamese

showing signs that something bad will happen in Assamese

showing that someone is very pleased or excited about a victory or success in Assamese

SHOWING WISE JUDGEMENT in Assamese

showing,having an intension or effect of winning goodwill or making angry people calm in Assamese

showy display which is intended to impress. in Assamese

Shuk was the son of sage Vyasa, who was the writer of the Vedas. He was a great scholar and recited Bhagawata in front of king Parikshit. in Assamese

shut off or apart from the world; living in seclusion, often for religious reasons in Assamese

Shut off to passage or view ; hindered from action in Assamese

SI unit of luminous intensity. in Assamese

Sibsagar is a historical city. It was once the capital of the Ahom rulers who dominated Assam for more than 600 years. in Assamese

Side away from open public view in Assamese

siezing the best opportunity in Assamese

signature in one's own handwriting in Assamese

signifying a quality in Assamese

signifying a quantity or number in Assamese

Siluridae or sheatfish is a family of catfish. They are sometimes known as wels catfish. It is a scaleless large and long fresh water fish recognized by its broad, flat head and wide mouth. The mouth contains lines of numerous small teeth, having white an in Assamese

similar in some way to another thing, compara in Assamese

Similar things placed in order or happening one after another. in Assamese

simple and direct behavior, lacking the (often artificial) polish and suavity of urban lifestyle. in Assamese

simple medical help/treatment provided to patients before they are taken to a doctor or a doctor comes to them. in Assamese

Simplest or lowest in level that serves as a base in Assamese

simultaneous flourish or striking up all the musical instruments at the end of each division or part of musical performance in Assamese

since boyhood or down to the boys in Assamese

Sirius is the brightest star in the night sky. With a visual apparent magnitude of ?1.46, it is almost twice as bright as Canopus, the next brightest star. Also known as dog star in Assamese

sister of ones mother in Assamese

Sita is the wife of Rama the principal characters in the Ramayana, Sita was a foundling, discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Bhudevi, the Goddess Mother Earth. She was found and adopted by Janaka, k in Assamese

situated at a short distance or interval. in Assamese

Situated at a short distance. in Assamese

situated at or forming the end or extremity of something. in Assamese

Situated at, in, or near the center. in Assamese

situated between or among cells in Assamese

situated in or towards the west; coming from the west. in Assamese

situated on the Brahmaputra plateau in the lower reaches of the north of Tezu in Lohit District in Arunachal Pradesh. It has been a source of spiritual inspiration for a multitude of devotees. in Assamese

situated or existing in the interior of something, i.e. within a specific boundary, such as, geographical (a country, a state etc.) or abstract (an organisation, institute, company or any physical body etc.) in Assamese

situated or occurring inside a cell or cells in Assamese

Situated, arranged or acting in a crosswise direction in Assamese

Sivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated every year on the 13th night/14th day in the Krishna Paksha (waning moon) of the month of Maagha (as per Shalivahana) or Phalguna (as per Vikrama) in the Hindu Calendar. in Assamese

six more than eighty; the symbol denoting 86. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

six more than fifty; the symbol denoting 56. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

six more than forty; the symbol denoting 46. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

six more than ninety. in Assamese

six more than seventy; the symbol denoting 76. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

six more than sixty; the symbol denoting 66. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

six more than thirty; the symbol denoting 36. (?? in Assamese) in Assamese

six more than twenty,the symbol denoting 26.(?? in Assamese) in Assamese

Skilled manual worker who practices a craft or art in Assamese

skilled workman who makes and repairs and uses machinery items in Assamese

skin of a snake in Assamese

skipping ploughing on an auspicious day or due to some festivals in Assamese

sleeplike state created by overpowering conscious mind in Assamese

Slender leafless shoot by which some climbing plants cling in Assamese

sliced mango mixed with mustard and dried. in Assamese

Slide smoothly on aslippedry surface. in Assamese

Sliding down of a mass of land from a mountain, cliff, etc. in Assamese

slightly crazy in Assamese

slightly curdled milk in Assamese

Slightly or only just warm; usually used in case of liquid. in Assamese

slightly rotten (fish or meat) in Assamese

Slightly short of or not quite accomplished. in Assamese

slightly torn (old cloth) in Assamese

Slightly wet or having moisture content. in Assamese

Slimy substance secreted by mucous membrane in the body in Assamese

slow and graceful gait. in Assamese

Slow or unwilling to understand in Assamese

slowness or limitation in intellectual understanding and awareness, emotional development, academic progress, etc. in Assamese

small and smooth stones in Assamese

Small animal of rodent species with body and tail covered with erectile spines in Assamese

Small body of still water, blood, etc. in Assamese

small container for drinking usually with a handle in Assamese

small drops of rain in Assamese

Small dry ginger pieces people use as a mouth refreshner. in Assamese

Small fish with horse-like heads bent sharply downward and curled tails; swim in upright position. in Assamese

small freshwater fish usually 5cm in length, Males are generally larger, and more colorful whereas females tend to be silvery in Assamese

small freshwater fish, usually 10-12cm in length, found in abundance in South Asia in Assamese

small grains of earth in Assamese

small heaps of mustard plants, etc., harvested and left on the field to dry. in Assamese

small holes on earth from where water oozes out for quite long time, usually after earthquakes. in Assamese

Small Hydro Electric Power Plants of capacity lower than 5 Mega Watt in Assamese

small knot in thread in Assamese

small loudspeaker (earphone) held over the ear by a band or wire worn on the head. in Assamese

Small piece of rice formed during milling of paddy. in Assamese

Small piece of something with taste of sugar, like a pudding in Assamese

small pieces of dead skin in a persons hair in Assamese

small projection in which the mammary ducts of either sex of mammals terminate and from which in females milk is secreted for the young in Assamese

small roundish area or mark differing in colour, texture etc, from the surface it is on. in Assamese

small seeds of fruits like apple, orange in Assamese

Small solid body from outer space that becomes incandescent when entering the earth's atmosphere. in Assamese

small spoon used for making tea in Assamese

small swelling of the skin, usually caused by acne; a papule or pustule. in Assamese

Small tropical ant like destructive insects belonging to species Coptotermes in Assamese

small utensil with a hollow part to contain food in Assamese

small, flat-bodied, wingless biting or sucking insects of the orders Mallophaga or Anoplura, many of which are external parasites on various animals, including humans. in Assamese

small, slightly long and round wooden dowels used to control the tension. in Assamese

small, true deer-like animals belonging to the genus Moschus, the adult males of which possess a musk gland that secrete a scented fluid used to attract mates. in Assamese

smaller in age; born after; younger brother in Assamese

smartly trim, as clothing in Assamese

smell of dry fish or meat in Assamese

Smell that make someone unpleasant and uncomfortable. in Assamese

smelly paddy field insect in Assamese

smooth stone used for sharpening instruments in Assamese

so as to be sporting; in a sporting manner in Assamese

so bad or cruel that not suited for human (behavior, environment etc) in Assamese

so extraordinary that almost impossible to believe in Assamese

so filled with water as to be heavy or unmanageable. in Assamese

so good that there is no match for it in Assamese

so lost in thought that one does not realize what one is doing, what is happening, etc.; preoccupied to the extent of being unaware of immediate surroundings. in Assamese

so many arrows that come/fall like rain drops in Assamese

soaked in or causing sweat. Covered with or smelling of sweat. in Assamese

Socially attractive qualities of a person in Assamese

Sodomy is a term used to describe the act of anal intercourse with male or female body. in Assamese

soft and pliable in Assamese

Soft like mush, being soft, mushy, squashy or tender, matured to excess in Assamese

soiled with dirt; filled with unwanted materials in Assamese

Solanum torvum, is a bushy, erect and spiny perennial plant used horticulturally as a rootstock for eggplant. Grafted plants are very vigorous and tolerate diseases affecting the root system, thus allowing the crop to continue for a second year. The plant in Assamese

Solid contained by six equal squares in Assamese

solid materials of the inside part is removed; Empty or filled with air or water inside a solid enclosed object. in Assamese

solidified carbon dioxide; dry ice sublimates at -78.5 C and is used mainly as a refrigerant in Assamese

solitary flowers embroidered on a cloth in Assamese

solved or concluded (a question, controversy, or struggle) by giving victory to one side in Assamese

Some edible variety of green leaf, leaf & shoots and often with stem. in Assamese

Some fruit that is mature enough and beginning to ripen. in Assamese

Some liquid that has been released slowly. in Assamese

some of the people or a few people in Assamese

some other meaning than what is stated in Assamese

Some party or person who is in the ruling seat. in Assamese

some thing composed of three parties or persons in Assamese

some unknown being or thing in Assamese

some unspecified items in Assamese

somebody (usually a son), who is on fast as a part of the ritual for death of someone in his family. He also performs the funeral rites for the peace of the departed soul. in Assamese

somebody / something coming or existing before in time in Assamese

somebody of the level of a sage or saint in his wisdom and experience. in Assamese

somebody or something from, of or related to Europe. in Assamese

somebody to play an instrument in order to produce music in Assamese

somebody who believes in humansm. in Assamese

somebody who dances or whose job is dancing in Assamese

somebody who does not pay attention to details or things around; works carelessly. in Assamese

somebody who dreams. in Assamese

somebody who hates the English (people/language). in Assamese

somebody who is able to earn love, affection and care from somebody else, usually somebody elder, greater and wiser. in Assamese

somebody who is jealous or unhappy when s/he finds that somebody else has achieved something or done something good. in Assamese

somebody who is loved extensively in Assamese

somebody who is not sensitive to criticism, not upset at unkind remarks. in Assamese

somebody who is shallow in thoughts etc., not a very serious person to be trusted or believed. in Assamese

somebody who looks like an old man. in Assamese

somebody who plagiarizes. in Assamese

somebody who praises powerful and important people too much (but not sincerely) to get some (undue) favour from them. in Assamese

somebody who steals flowers from gardens of other people. in Assamese

somebody whose duty is to load, unload ships. in Assamese

somebody(usually a man)who has more than natural interest for the members of opposite sex and likes to be (always)with them. in Assamese

someone concerned with the science or art or business of cultivating or growing a specific plant in Assamese

Someone having a round shaped face. in Assamese

someone injured or killed (in an accident) in Assamese

someone not famous or known to many people. in Assamese

Someone not guilty of a particular crime. in Assamese

someone or something that is negitive, unencouraging or bed. in Assamese

someone or something that is positive, encouraging, uplifting, desirable, or the like. in Assamese

someone or something very dear and is loved more than anyone. in Assamese

Someone subsisting or living on rice. in Assamese

Someone who believes that people cannot know whether God exists or not in Assamese

someone who can put people in a sleeplike state created by overpowering conscious mind in Assamese

Someone who climbs mountains for pleasure as a sport. in Assamese

Someone who collects taxes for the government. in Assamese

someone who creates or specializes in creating plans to be used in making something (such as buildings) in Assamese

Someone who engages in debate and knows debating. in Assamese

someone who follows or believes in a ideology in Assamese

someone who has a lot of knowledge in Assamese

Someone who has been adored (recently). in Assamese

Someone who has been debarred from the exercise of an office or function or the enjoyment of a privilege. in Assamese

Someone who has been effected by flood. in Assamese

Someone who has been laughed at. in Assamese

Someone who has been mislead. in Assamese

someone who has exceptional intellectual ability and originality in Assamese

Someone who has not been invited. in Assamese

Someone who hates woman. in Assamese

someone who helps someone else to do a job. in Assamese

someone who is on the run, one who flees from uncongenial situation in Assamese

Someone who is raised as a son although not related by birth. in Assamese

someone who is seeking knowledge in Assamese

Someone who is suffering from severe cough. in Assamese

Someone who likes social situations and enjoys being with other people. in Assamese

someone who makes charitable donations intended to increase human well-being. in Assamese

someone who murdered or kidnapped one's wife in Assamese

someone who plans with someone else secretly to do something bad or illegal in Assamese

Someone who receives something or money on the promise to return it or its equivalent. in Assamese

Someone who shares your feelings or opinions and hopes that you will be successful. in Assamese

Someone who speaks in a courteous, civil, and plausible manner. in Assamese

Someone who start and/or undertakes any work. in Assamese

someone who supports colonialism in Assamese

someone whose details or identity is not known to the speaker in Assamese

someone whose job is to draw the plans for something that someone is going to make or build in Assamese

someone whose job is to keep accounts in Assamese

someone whose job is to teach people to improve at a sport, skill, or school subject in Assamese

someone whose wife is dead in Assamese

Someone with a habitually sullen or gloomy expression. in Assamese

Someone with an assured and ingratiating manner. in Assamese

Someone with matted hair. in Assamese

Someone without offspring. in Assamese

somethiing becoming less or small in Assamese

Something ( normally an act) that can be forgiven in Assamese

Something (a stencil) that has been printed by cyclostyle. in Assamese

something (considered as) dirty and impure. in Assamese

something (usually sunlight)less in quantity. in Assamese

something accomplished, esp. by superior ability, special effort, great courage, etc. in Assamese

Something added that lowers value or purity. in Assamese

something adorned or decorated with jewels. in Assamese

something alone in a miserly way or in a very small scale. in Assamese

something artistic done on/at the crops/paddy field. in Assamese

Something assumed to be true without knowing the real truth based on inner feelings or other hints in Assamese

something attached to somebody or thing in Assamese

Something becoming non-functional in Assamese

something carried or spread by water. in Assamese

something carried out or accomplished in Assamese

something conceded or relinquished or the act of doing so in Assamese

something connected to or strongly influenced by post modernism in Assamese

Something damaged in a way that its shape has altered from the original in Assamese

something declared to be or not to be done, given, etc., by one in Assamese

something done for only one time in Assamese

something done or performed in Assamese

something esp a motion that has been stopped in Assamese

something for which a fight or quarrel is on in Assamese

Something given or done to persuade someone to do something by offering them something pleasant in Assamese

something handed over to in Assamese

something happening effortlessly by itself in Assamese

something happening or existing before in Assamese

something less than zero ; opposite of assertion in Assamese

something made of brass. in Assamese

Something made of or relating to or containing iron. in Assamese

something mentioned earlier in a text in Assamese

something moving or changing. in Assamese

Something necessary or that can not be done away with in Assamese

something occurring or happening in autumn in Assamese

Something of little importance or value in Assamese

Something of or belonging to it. in Assamese

something offered according to custom in Assamese

something or somebody that moves forward in Assamese

Something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone. in Assamese

something related to or used in a formal or ritual ceremony in Assamese

something related to the law. in Assamese

something selected by someone in Assamese

something similar in Assamese

something taken for granted or imagined to be correct in Assamese

Something that arouses humour in Assamese

something that can be acquired easily in Assamese

something that can be applied, fit to apply in Assamese

Something that can be easily bent in Assamese

Something that can be easily or conveniently transported. in Assamese

Something that can be enjoyed or that gives pleasant experience in Assamese

something that can be explained (and understood). in Assamese

Something that can be expressed with words. in Assamese

Something that can be won in competition, lottery, etc. in Assamese

something that can glorify or make one famous in Assamese

something that can never happen or exist in Assamese

something that can not be bent easily in Assamese

something that can not be blamed in Assamese

something that can not be measured, who true value can not be found in Assamese

Something that can not be neglected and overlooked in Assamese

Something that can not be neglected. in Assamese

Something that can not be pardoned or forgiven in Assamese

something that can not be payed back in Assamese

Something that can not be penetrated in Assamese

Something that can not be prevented, likely to happen. in Assamese

something that can stimulate the desire to eat in Assamese

something that changes or happens according to seasons. in Assamese

something that cleans or is used for cleaning in Assamese

something that comes together at a centre in Assamese

Something that deserves admiration in Assamese

Something that does not have any limit in range or scope. in Assamese

something that exists for a long time or something never ending and does not seem to be affected by the passage of time. in Assamese

something that exists, happens after a country gets independence. in Assamese

Something that extremely wet. such as rainy water. in Assamese

something that gives indication or hint of something in Assamese

something that happens by chance in a surprising or remarkable way in Assamese

something that happens on two occasions or is done two times. in Assamese

something that happens or is regarded as happening in Assamese

something that happens or occurs only on Fridays. in Assamese

something that happens or occurs only on Mondays. in Assamese

something that happens or occurs only on Saturdays. in Assamese

something that happens or occurs only on Thursdays. in Assamese

something that happens or occurs only on Tusedays. in Assamese

something that happens or occurs only on Wednesdays. in Assamese

something that happens, occurs only on Sundays e.g. a Sunday Market. in Assamese

Something that has already been talked off. in Assamese

Something that has been bent. in Assamese

Something that has been damaged by decay. in Assamese

Something that has been disclosed or made public. in Assamese

Something that has been established to be true or valid. in Assamese

Something that has been examined and/or discussed thoroughly and technically. in Assamese

Something that has been moved back by force or influence. in Assamese

something that has been thrown away in Assamese

Something that has been transcribed; a written record (usually typewritten) of dictated or recorded speech. in Assamese

Something that has been used by many. in Assamese

Something that has been wasted around half of the original material. in Assamese

something that has been written by someone in Assamese

something that has not be checked in Assamese

Something that has not been classified. in Assamese

Something that has not been disclosed yet. in Assamese

something that has not been observed or seen in Assamese

Something that has not been proved yet. in Assamese

Something that has to be given or fit to be given. in Assamese

Something that is attached together with another thing and almost inseparable. in Assamese

something that is beyond understanding, something that has not been explained in Assamese

Something that is continuously building and about to complete. in Assamese

Something that is due to a person or governmental body by law, tradition, or nature in Assamese

something that is easy to understand; that can be easily understood. in Assamese

something that is emotionally appealing in Assamese

Something that is fit to be seen. in Assamese

Something that is full of juice. in Assamese

something that is growing or increasing in size, amount etc. in Assamese

something that is ingenious in Assamese

Something that is injected, especially a dose of liquid medicine injected into the body with a syringe. in Assamese

something that is lost unnecessarily in Assamese

something that is loved in Assamese

Something that is motionless or can not be moved from its place in Assamese

something that is mouldy in Assamese

Something that is not expected or sudden. in Assamese

something that is not fully developed, not ripe in Assamese

something that is not planned in Assamese

Something that is not so beautiful and unpleasant for sight. in Assamese

Something that is of reddish brown. in Assamese

Something that is prayed,desired to be fulfilled by destiny or grace of God in Assamese

something that is probable or expected. in Assamese

something that is recommended by someone in Assamese

something that is resistant to rust and does not allow something else to be rusted. in Assamese

something that is right for son or daughter, responsibility of a son or daughter in Assamese

something that is very important for the final result of some events or happenings; something that has a definite, conclusive result. in Assamese

something that may be converted in Assamese

Something that may not be touched in Assamese

Something that needs immediate attention and action. in Assamese

something that pollutes, any substance, as certain chemicals or waste products, that renders the air, soil, water, or other natural resource harmful or unsuitable for a specific purpose. in Assamese

Something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action. in Assamese

something that provides mirth or amusement; the act of giving pleasure in Assamese

something that reminds us of a place, occasion or a holiday; something people buy and bring back to other people as a memory when they were on holiday in other places in Assamese

something that removes hair in Assamese

something that seems suitable or promising for a purpose. in Assamese

something that should not be spoken in Assamese

something that solves all the problems of a particular situation or a medicine that cures all ailments in Assamese

something that will happen at a later time and after the present time in Assamese

something that you take great care of because you think it is valuable or important in Assamese

something through which heat, electricity or sound can be transmitted or conducted in Assamese

something tricky that confuses your eyes and makes you think that you can see something which is really not there or makes you see something which is really different from what you see. in Assamese

something used for or regarded as representing something else; a material object representing something, often something immaterial in Assamese

Something used to lure fish or other animals into danger so they can be trapped or killed. in Assamese

something valuable, special or wonderful in Assamese

something very clever/intelligent that gives a successful result. in Assamese

something very dry that makes crisp-crisp sound when rubbed or smashed. in Assamese

something very important and that must be kept completely secret in Assamese

Something very large or considerable, like tremendous pressure in Assamese

Something very ugly and offensive in Assamese

something which can catch fire easily in Assamese

Something which can not be destroyed. in Assamese

something which has been made simple for easy understanding in Assamese

something which has to be done but which has no real importance in Assamese

Something which have been immersed thoroughly or going into the deep of water. in Assamese

something which is a must to do in Assamese

something which is dark green in colour in Assamese

Something which is not according to the society and against the beneficial of the society. in Assamese

Something which is not fit to be read. in Assamese

something which is not normal in Assamese

Something which is not used in any purpose or out of order. in Assamese

something which is not very straightforward or clear and that may have more than one meaning. in Assamese

Something which is not welcome or acceptable in Assamese

something which is very important and vital for somebody and/or some place and they depend on it for life or survival. in Assamese

something which positively motivates a person to move to achieve a goal in Assamese

something with lots of water in Assamese

Something with strong bad odour and taste. in Assamese

Something with well defined limit or boundaries, i.e., not limitless in Assamese

Something written, especially copied from one medium to another, as a typewritten version of dictation. in Assamese

something(an experience, event etc.etc.) that is surprising or astonishing and reveals you something unknown. in Assamese

Something, such as an argument, that refutes someone or something. in Assamese

Something, such as an intermediate course of action, that occupies a position or represents a condition midway between extremes. in Assamese

something/somebody that flies. in Assamese

somethings that can be compressed or whose volume can be reduced in Assamese

somewhat black in Assamese

somewhat red, tending to red or tinged with red in Assamese

Somewhat yellow or tinged with yellow color. in Assamese

Son of Bhrigu Muni, A name of Parasurama in Assamese

son of a sister or brother in Assamese

son of a step-mother in Assamese

Son of grandson or granddaughter. in Assamese

son of Kunti, mother of the Pandavas, a illegal son born to Surya (the Sun) and Kunti in Assamese

Son of Lord Shiva and Parvati, Ganesh/Ganesha is one of the most worshipped Hindu deities. Revered as the god of wisdom and intellect and remover of obstacles.His elephant head makes it easier for him to be distinguished. in Assamese

songs sung in praise of Lord Shiva in Assamese

Sorting one thing from others. in Assamese

Souce of energy, due to burning of fuels releases heat, light and energy in Assamese

sound coming from cloths while washing, laundering in a whipping manner in Assamese

sound produced by dashing or violent agitation of water in Assamese

sound, gesture or written symbol with an agreed upon meaning in Assamese

sound, touch, beauty, taste and smell - the subtle rudiment of elementary matter (according to Hindu Philosophy) in Assamese

Sounding as if the nose were pinched in Assamese

soundness of body or mind; freedom from disease or ailment in Assamese

Southernmost point of the earth's axis of rotation in Assamese

speak ill of someone to destroy his or her reputation in Assamese

speaking indirectly or not telling straight forwardly in Assamese

speaking of yourself in superlatives. in Assamese

speaking or behaving with respect and dignity in Assamese

special prayer or offering made to appease an evil planet or star in Assamese

Specially seeds from which plants do not grow. in Assamese

Species that are in danger of extinction. in Assamese

species that eat both plants and animals in Assamese

speeds equal or more than five times the speed of sound. in Assamese

spell out or pronounce the name of in Assamese

Spend or use sparingly or frugally. in Assamese

Sperata aor or Macrones aor; a kind of catfish found in rivers, ponds, lakes, channels and reservoirs in India in Assamese

spinning yarn or weaving clothes for sale or wages in Assamese

Spiteful talk about a person who is not present. in Assamese

splashing rain water in Assamese

splitted chickpeas without seedcoat used for cooking in Assamese

Spoken or written with ease or without hesitation. in Assamese

Spondias mombin is a species of flowering plant in the family Anacardiaceae. It originates from and is distributed throughout the Neotropics from southern Mexico to Peru and Brazil, including the West Indies. The tree is also naturalized in parts of Afric in Assamese

Spongy morbid organism of the kingdom of eukaryotic organisms that feeds on organic matter. Mushrooms, molds and yeasts are different kinds of fungus in Assamese

Spread out troops etc. into a line ready for action in Assamese

spread throughout the country in Assamese

spreading all over a country in Assamese

Spreading out from a central point in different directions in Assamese

spring of a balance in Assamese

Squeeze the windpipe or neck, esp. so as to kill in Assamese

SriSri Madhabdeva (1489-1596) is an important preceptor of the Mahapuruxiya Dharma known for his loyalty to his guru, Srimanta Sankardev as well as his artistic brilliance. Madhabdeva was born in 1489 in Horixinga Borah Ujiror Tol and later shifted to a in Assamese

Stability of the body or mind in Assamese

Stage of an insects development between egg and pupa in Assamese

Stamped disc of metal which is used as official money in Assamese

stamping with the heel in Assamese

Standing above others in quality or position. in Assamese

Star clusters or star clouds are groups of stars. Two types of star clusters can be distinguished: globular clusters are tight groups of hundreds of thousands of very old stars which are gravitationally bound, while open clusters, a more loosely clustere in Assamese

Starch resembling sago that is obtained from cuckoopint root in Assamese

start or repeat a task from the begining after some part has already been completed. in Assamese

start telling a long story in Assamese

started long ago and continued to happend till today in Assamese

starting from now and at all times in the future. in Assamese

starting from this time; in the future in Assamese

state of being closely crammed together. in Assamese

state of being distributed all over in Assamese

State of being half sleep, esp due to tiredness or weakness in Assamese

state of being hazy. indistinct vision. in Assamese

state of being lonely in Assamese

state of being lost in deep thought in Assamese

State of being within one's depth; the bottom of water touched with the feet without sinking. in Assamese

state of extreme failure/loss in a business in Assamese

state of having the buds opened in Assamese

state of mind or feeling in Assamese

state or quality of being novel, new or unique in Assamese

State the characteristics, appearance, etc. in details in Assamese

State's annual income from which public expenses are met in Assamese

state,character and qualities of women in Assamese

Station for the production and transmission of AM or FM radio broadcasts. in Assamese

status of belonging to a particular nation in Assamese

staying not within the bound of in Assamese

steaming or bubbling up of a liquid under the action of heat in Assamese

Step or area in front of the outer door of a house in Assamese

Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger (10 October 1825 – 14 July 1904), was a former President of South Africa and a national hero. in Assamese

sth commited to memory in Assamese

sth conforming to an ultimate standard of perfection or excellence in Assamese

sth damaged due to fermentation in Assamese

sth determined, specified or decided earlier to happen/do in Assamese

sth done or carried out in short time or immediately; acting, moving in high speed. in Assamese

sth given to sb as love/ affection. in Assamese

sth happening repeatedly again and again with small time interval in between each occurance in Assamese

sth having quality of curing desease in Assamese

sth much more than what is expected or needed in Assamese

sth or sb that harms, troubles in Assamese

sth so long and monotonous that one gets tired doing it in Assamese

sth staying in the same place; not moving or changing in Assamese

sth that breaks the rest, calm or quiet by repeatedly inferering one's actions in Assamese

sth that can be moved in Assamese

sth that can happen or exist; but not known with centainty in Assamese

sth that cannot be measured by price; so costly that no pricetag can be placed. in Assamese

sth that is built, installed or established to serve a particular purpose, such as a Hospital. in Assamese

sth that one likes to do in Assamese

sth/sb made beautiful in Assamese

sth/sb that can cause harm in Assamese

sth/sb that can protect from harms in Assamese

sticky dirt inside the ear in Assamese

sticky substance that is used to attach two pieces of paper, wood etc together in Assamese

Sticky, viscid and semisolid form (of mud, crystal, jelly etc) in Assamese

stiff due to exposure to cold or for being wet in Assamese

Stiff sticky (soil) used for making bricks, pottery, etc. in Assamese

Stimulated for some creative activity. in Assamese

stimulating interest or thought in Assamese

Stinging catfish or airsac catfish are found mainly in ponds, ditches, swamps and marshes, but sometimes occurs in muddy rivers of Asia (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka to Mayanmar). Can tolerate slightly brackish water. Omnivorous. Breed in confined waters du in Assamese

Stinking Cassia is a small erect hairlesss shrub, about 1 m tall, commonly found growing wild on roadsides. True to its name, foetid/stinking cassia has a disagreeable smell. It is widely spreading with numerous ascending, hairless branches. The compound in Assamese

Stone laid ceremonially at the founding of a building or construction site in Assamese

Stony or metallic object that is the remains of a meteoroid that has reached the earth's surface. Once it enters the earth's atmosphere it glows like a torchlight. in Assamese

stop doing something to take (a short) rest. in Assamese

Stop unexpectedly without any prior warning. in Assamese

stored in writing in a document for future reference. in Assamese

straight line from the center to the circumference of a circle or sphere. It is also expressed as the length of this line. in Assamese

Straight line passing through the centre of a sphere to its edges; length of this line in Assamese

Straight line, curve or surface that meets a curve at a point, but does not intersect it in Assamese

Strength of mind or spirit that enables a person to encounter danger with firmness in Assamese

Strengthening existing (buildings, other) structures) for Earthquake Resistance in Assamese

Strike persistently and violently in Assamese

Strike with a closed fist in Assamese

Stringed instrument with four strings played with a bow in Assamese

strong desire, esp for possessions or money in Assamese

strong transparent paper that is placed on top of a drawing,etc. so that one can follow the lines with a pen or pencil in order to make a copy of it. in Assamese

Strongly attracted due to someones/somethings merits and good characters. in Assamese

strongly audible; having exceptional volume or intensity in Assamese

structure built on entrance of a building in Assamese

Structure of bars or wires, esp. for confining birds and animals in Assamese

stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one's own in Assamese

study of ancient culture in Assamese

study of crimes, their nature, causes, detection and prevention in Assamese

study of how a language is constructed with special reference to its syntax and morphology in Assamese

study of manipulating matter on an atomic and molecular scale in Assamese

Study of supposed planetary influence on human affairs in Assamese

study of the biological basis of language . in Assamese

Stunted in growth, as if for a plant. in Assamese

style or method of cooking, e.g., Indian Cuisine, Chinese Cuisine, Assamese Cuisine in Assamese

Subdivision of a large family or a local offcie of a large organisation; part or division of stem of a tree in Assamese

subdivisions of a year characterized by specific meteorological or climatic conditions. in Assamese

subjected to refraction, i.e. the change of direction of a ray of light, sound, heat, or the like, in passing obliquely from one medium into another in which its wave velocity is different in Assamese

Substance containing free ions that make the substance electrically conductive. in Assamese

Substance that imparts a color. in Assamese

substance used to destroy weeds. in Assamese

substantive information or creative material including text and images, viewed in contrast to its actual or potential manner of presentation. which materials are post in any online website or portals. in Assamese

Successfully carried out and brought to an end. in Assamese

succession based on abilities or talent in Assamese

successively from generation to generation in Assamese

such as to provoke dislike in Assamese

sudden change of position in Assamese

sudden loud involuntary expulsion of air from the nose and mouth caused by irritation of the nostrils in Assamese

Sudden wrath; sudden incitement of the emotion of anger in Assamese

suddenly (in case of recollecting something) in Assamese

suddenly filled with horror in Assamese

suddenly give a pull in Assamese

suddenly making a quick sound in Assamese

suffering delay, pain, irritation etc quietly and without complaining. in Assamese

Suffering from a mental disorder resulting in abnormal behavior in Assamese

suffering from mental or emotional distress in Assamese

suffering from or affected by epilepsy in Assamese

suffering or affected from cold in Assamese

suffix indicating a pair in Assamese

Suffrage is the civil right to vote, or the exercise of that right. In that context it is also called political franchise or simply the franchise, a term dating from the time when the Franks of ancient France were free. in Assamese

suggested without being directly expressed in Assamese

Suitable for a better health in Assamese

Suitable for or occupied by dwellings (like residential area) in Assamese

suitable or ready for use; of use or service,readily obtainable; accessible in Assamese

suitable to the needs or purpose in Assamese

suitably devised or drafted in advance to ensure success in Assamese

Suited for holding something that hangs. in Assamese

supplementary material usually attached at the end of a piece of writing in Assamese

Supplied with or containing explanatory notes, textual comments, etc. in Assamese

Support, upkeeping a machine, a house etc. in good order in Assamese

Supporter or devotee in Assamese

supporting or based on the principles of capitalism. in Assamese

surface treated with a special substance so as to make the surface shining in Assamese

surrender to only one deity or God in Assamese

surrounded by or limited by a boundary in Assamese

surrounding environment in which something functions and thrives in Assamese

Surrounding or erecting barriers to prevent entry and exit to a place in Assamese

surviving alone after the death of parents, brothers in Assamese

Susceptible to get easily offended or hurt mentally in Assamese

Suspend by the neck with a noosed rope until dead in Assamese

suspended state , stopped for the time being in Assamese

suspension or great diminution of sensibility caused by narcotics, intoxicants in Assamese

Swallow wort, any of several plants of the milkweed family. It has clusters of waxy flowers that are either white or lavender in colour with oval, light green leaves. in Assamese

swallowing without chewing in Assamese

Sweep and gather with an agricultural implement with teeth or tines for gathering cut grass, hay, or the like. in Assamese

sweet and soft (words) intended to please but may not be sincere ( used in phrase like honeyed words) in Assamese

sweet melodious voice or sound in Assamese

Sweet sauce of sugar dissolved in boiling water for use as drink, medicine, etc. in Assamese

Sweet sounding or producing melody; something which is pleasant to hear. in Assamese

swiftness of motion in Assamese

Swifts are highly specialized, generally fast flying, aerial foragers that rarely come to earth except at nest or roost sites. in Assamese

swimming on the surface of water (said of fish) in Assamese

Swimming with the face upwards. in Assamese

Swine influenza is an infection of a host animal by any one of several specific types of microscopic organisms called swine influenza virus. A swine influenza virus (SIV) is any strain of the influenza family of viruses that is usually hosted by (is end in Assamese

swollen heavily or getting sufficiently bigger in size by swelling in Assamese

Syed Abdul Malik (1919-2000) was one of the most widely known and popular writers in Assamese literature. Beginning his literary career in the early forties he enriched Assamese literature with short stories, novels, poetry and other writings spanning ove in Assamese

symbolical position of bodily organs during a dance in Assamese

symbols to convey meanings in Assamese

system of administration. in Assamese

systems and beliefs in a society that have developed from simple ones in Assamese

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