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A Dictionary Part -1 (Hindustani & English)

Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academy

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ھئت
ھیئت

NA
Hiat,
Hai,at,
NA
the outward form of the heavens ; astonomy. A.

ھئو

हीओ / हियो
Hī,o / Hiyo,
NA
the sound made when calling cattle. H.

ھئیات

NA
Hai,at,
f.
astronomy, the aspect of the heavens ; face, visage, countenance, aspect. Hai,ati majmū,ī, collectively. A.

ھا

हा
Hā,
NA
an interjection of weariness, sorrow, pleasure, reproach, &c. s.

ھائل

NA
Hā,il,
NA
horrible, awful. A.

ھائلات

NA
Hā,Ilāt,
NA
pl. things terrible, &c. a.

ھابل
ھابیل

NA
Hābil,
Hābīl,
NA
Abel, the son of Adam, and brother of Cain. A.

ھاپر

हापर
Hāpar,
f.
a seed-bed (or rather nursery) for sugar-cane. H.

ھاپنا

NA
Hāpnā (For Hāmpnā, q. v.),
NA
to pant, &c., d.

ھات

हात
Hāt (For Hāth, q. v.),
m.
the hand hāt sūṅ jānā, to be without choice, or helpless. Hāt kāṭnā, to express regret, to grieve. Hāt meṅ lapāt meṅ dhar chātnā, to squander, to lavish. Hāt mūṅ kā, means, capital, stock. S. d.

ھاتف

NA
Hātif,
m.
crying, exclaiming ; an angel ; an encomiast ; a voice from heaven, or from an invisible speaker. A.

ھاتھا

हाथा
Hāthā,
m.
the hand, possession, power. s.

ھاتھا بانہی
ھاتھا پائی

हाथावांही
हाथापाई
Hāthā-Bāṅhī,
Hāthā-Pā,ī,
f.
mutual beating, fisticuffs. Hāthā-pā,ī-k., to box or beat mutually. S.

ھاتھاپھچی

हाथाफची
Hāthā-Phachī,
f.
name of a game. S.

ھاتھاجوڑﻱ

हाथाजोड़ी
Hāthā-Joṛī,
f.
name of a plant (Lycopodium imbricatnm). S.

ھاتھچتھی

NA
Hāth-Chiṭṭhī,
NA
a letter or note written by the sender’s own hand. H.

ھاتھہ

हाथ
Hāth,
m.
the hand ; a cubit ; posession, power. Hāth ānā, to come into one’s possession or power, to be obtained. Hāth uṭhānā, to leave off, to refrain from, to desist ; to salute by raising the hand to the head ; both these meanings are alluded to in the following example ; hāth uṭhā jaur aur jafā se tū ; yihī goyā salām hai terā, restrain they hands from voilence and injustice ; this is they salutation ; to beat ; to give alms. hāth oṭ lenā, a. to receive with both hands open and stretched out together. hāthbāndhnā, a. to join hands in a supplicating posture. hāth baṛhānā, to endeavour to get any thing ; to gain possession of the property of others. hāth band honā, to be much engaged in business, to have no leisure ; to be poor or indigent. hāth bharnā, to have the hands wearied or fatigued. hāth bharnā, to have the hands wearied or fatigued. hāth baiṭhnā, to acquire perfection in any art by practice. hath paṅw phūl jāne, to be distressed or confounded. harek gul se wuh ṣūrat dekhī maḳbūl ; ki mere hāth pāṅwoṅ sab gaye phūl, from the sight of that countenance, more beautiful than any rose, all my senses were confounded (lit. my hands and feet were swelled). hāth pāṅw phailānā, to extend one’s busines or schemes. hāth-pāṅw or pair mārnā, to strive, to endeavour, to strain, toil, to struggle ; to be agitated ; to sprawl. hāth patthar tale dabnā, to be helpless hāth par dharā rahnā ek chīz kā, to be in readiness (spoken of things). hāth paṛnā, to come into one’s possession. hāth pasārnā, to ask, to beg. hāth pakṛe lejānā, to hand a person. hāth phūl, m. name of a plant (Pothos). hāth phernā, to stroke, to caress, to coax. hāth pheknā, to fence. hāth joṛnā, to supplicate, to entreat earnestly. hāth jhāṛnā, to give, to bestow. hāth jhūṭā honā, to have the hands defiled ; to lose the power of the hands. hāth chāṭnā, to relish any food exceedingly, to lick one’s lips. hāth-chālākī, f. expertness. hāth dhonā, to be disaapointed, to be hopless hāth denā, to concern one’s self in or about ; to make a bargain by taking hold of the hands of the other party under a cloth (a practice chiefly used in settling the price of hordws and jewels) hāth ḍālnā, to interfere in ; to encroch. hāth roknā, to presvent. hāth-sameṭnā, to refrain from giving. &c., hāth ṣāf karnā, to learn, practice, or exercise any art ; to slay ; to discharge from office. hāth kānoṅ par rakhnā, to be astonished ; to deny vehemently hāth-karnā, to subdue, to have possession. hāth kamar par rakhnā, so be very feeble. hāth khainchnā, to refrain, to desist, to abstain hāth lagānā, to reproved, to punihs, to torment ; to be employed in any business hāth lognā, to be got, obtained, acquired. hath mārnā, to promise ; to acquire, to plunder ; to wound with a sword. hāth milānā to claim equality ; to prepare to wrestle. hāth mālnā, to regret, to repent, to lament. hāth meṅ rakhnā, to possess, to hold in subjection. hāthoṅ hāth, out of hand, over hand, quick. expeditious. hāthoṅ hāth lejānā, to carry away quickly. hāthī-hāth karnā, to act in concord, to ull together. s.

ھاتھی

हाथी
Hāthī,
m.
an elephant ; the thirtenth lunar mansion. Hāthī-khāna, an elephant stable. Hāthī-hangām, remission (of rent, &c.) for losses arising from depredations by wild elephants. Hāthī-dāṅt, m. ivory. Hāthī-wān, an elephant-driver ; the thirteenth mansion of the moon. hāthī pāṅw, elephantiasis, Barbadoes leg. hāthī sūnḍ kā pānī, a waterspout at sea. s.

ھاتھی چک

हाथीचक
Hāthī-Chak,
NA
name of a kind of grass, artichoke. S.

ھاتی / ھاتھی

NA
Hātī,
NA
(for hāthī), an elephant. D.
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