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

U shaped iron shoe fixed on hoof of horse in Assamese

Ultimately prevailing trend in opinion, fashion, etc. in Assamese

unable to be stationary and focused as very lively and energetic in Assamese

Unable to choose between options that are or seem equally unfavorable or mutually exclusive in Assamese

unable to decide with uncertainty or doubt in Assamese

Unable to exist without support from something else in Assamese

unable to find direction or goal while doing something in Assamese

unable to hear; unable to perceive sound in Assamese

Unable to pay one's debt because of exhausting one's resources in Assamese

unable to reach the end or complete in Assamese

unable to read and write in Assamese

unable to see after sunset or in reduced light in Assamese

unable to work or act any more as energy has been spent already to do so in Assamese

unacceptable or improper behaviour. in Assamese

unbroken rice which remains on the sieve after sifting in Assamese

Uncertain about what to do or say because you are nervous or unwilling in Assamese

Unchanging in nature, value, or extent with respect to any parameter like time, temperature, weather, pressure etc in Assamese

Uncontrolled or illicit sexual desire or appetite. in Assamese

uncooked vegetables intended for cooking as alkali potash, `khar` in Assamese

uncultivated land usually where rubbishes are thrown in Assamese

Undefined or unlimited (time) in Assamese

Under a moral obligation to do something. in Assamese

under the circumstances in Assamese

under the influence of the ill effects of a curse. in Assamese

Underdeveloped and small in size, said of a fruit. in Assamese

Undergarment worn bye women under a skirt/mekhela. in Assamese

undergo a natural development by increasing in size and changing physically in Assamese

Underground passage dug through any obstacle in order to facilitate movement in Assamese

understanding the beauties of a poem or writing in Assamese

understanding what somebody else is thinking. in Assamese

understood or having knowledge about in Assamese

Undersurface of the foot in Assamese

uneasy sensation felt in the windpipe when breathing or swallowing anything in Assamese

Unelected omnipotent ruler who exercises absolute control in Assamese

unevenly split, i.e. one end thicker and other thiner in Assamese

unfailing in effectiveness; always successful in Assamese

unfit for acceptance in Assamese

Uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing. in Assamese

unit of a parameter like meter, ft, kilogram etc in Assamese

Unit of electric current. Flow of one coulomb charge per one second. in Assamese

united again, as after separation in Assamese

unlawful or bad practice or behavior in Assamese

unlawful use or threat of violence esp. against the state or the public as a politically motivated means of attack in Assamese

Unlawfully or illegally earned money in Assamese

unlawfully, do something by breaking some law or rule in Assamese

Unlawfulness by virtue of violating some legal statute. in Assamese

unlimited authority, power, or influence of one person in any group; government in which one person has uncontrolled or unlimited authority over others in Assamese

Unmarried or committed to sexual abstention, esp. for religious reasons in Assamese

unnaturally or acutely uneasy or apprehensive in Assamese

unnecessary expense under compulsion in Assamese

unofficial or which is not formal. in Assamese

Unpleasant odors exhaled in breathing due to certain internal disorder. in Assamese

Unpleasant to the eye, ear or mind in Assamese

Unpleasantly tough situations which require complete obedience or exact performance in Assamese

Unprovoked attack or hostile behaviour in Assamese

unselfishly willing to share with others in Assamese

unsuccessful effort in Assamese

untidy or unclean in appearance or habits in Assamese

untouched by the sun. in Assamese

unusable due to being old in Assamese

up to the chest (from the head down) in Assamese

up to the sea, extending to the sea in Assamese

Upper limb of the human body or forelimb of an animal in Assamese

Upto the specified time. in Assamese

upwards and downwards, i.e. on all sides in Assamese

urgent need of quick action; in Assamese

urgent or peremptory request in Assamese

usable for more than once, eg. renewable energy in Assamese

Use for a wrong purpose in Assamese

used (in the passive voice) to show the person or thing which performs an action in Assamese

Used after an expression of time to mean ‘at which time’ or ‘on which time’. in Assamese

Used as a form of polite address for a woman. Usually used to address someone who is elder or in a higher rank. in Assamese

used as a polite, respectful way of addressing an elderly male person or somebody higher in position. in Assamese

Used before the place, thing, person, time etc that is the point at which an action, journey, period of time etc begins. in Assamese

used in common and familiar conversation; in informal or not literary. in Assamese

Used in expressing motion from one body or place to another; from one to another of two. in Assamese

used in interrogative sentence to enquire the amount of something in Assamese

used in interrogative sentence to enquire the number or quantity of something in Assamese

used in questions to ask who somebody/something belongs to? Also used to say which person/thing you are referring to. in Assamese

used to agree with somebody or to show that one understands what the other person has said. Yes, indeed! in Assamese

used to connect a quotation to the main sentence in Assamese

used to cushion the head during sleep in Assamese

Used to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time. in Assamese

used to describe a student or a group of students placed in the highest group/bracket for a university degree/diploma. e.g. He has a first class in M.A. in Assamese

used to express affirmation or assent or to mark the addition of something emphasizing and amplifying a previous statement in Assamese

used to express affirmation/ assent or to emphasiz a previous statement/remark/point. in Assamese

used to express impatience, contempt, disbelief, etc in Assamese

used to expressdisgust at a bad small. in Assamese

used to indicate sth/sb far away from the speaker in Assamese

Used to mean something is better than the other one; more properly/correctly. in Assamese

Used to refer to each member of a group when each does something to or for other members. in Assamese

used when making comparisons in Assamese

useful or nutritious liquid or fluid extracted by squeezing fruits etc in Assamese

Useless repetition of same word or statement. in Assamese

user of abusive or scornful language against (someone or something) in Assamese

using or consisting of facts in Assamese

Using or providing or producing or transmitting or operated by electricity. in Assamese

using the imagination in a creative or inventive way. in Assamese

using too many words, often unnecessarily, in writing or speech (making it boring and difficult to understand). in Assamese

usually a house made with bricks and mortar in Assamese

Usually herbivorous and mostly amphibious animal having clawed elephant-like limbs; worldwide in arid area except Australia and Antarctica in Assamese

utter shrill sound with lips in Assamese

uttered or sounded in a particular manner in speaking in Assamese

uttered with emphasis in Assamese

utterly unconcerned about the consequences of some action; without caution; careless in Assamese

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