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A Dictionary Part -1 (Hindustani & English)

Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academy

یکتائی

NA
Yaktā,ī,
f.
singleness, singularity, uniqueness. P.

یکترا

यकत्रा
Yakatrā,
NA
the sum total or amount ; the numeral 101 ; interest at the rate of one per cent per month p. s.

یکترسا

युक्तरसा
Yukt Rasā,
f.
a plant (Mimosa octandra). S.

یکدگر
یکدیگر

NA
Yak-Digar,
Yak-Dīgar,
NA
one another, mutually. P.

یکس

NA
Yakas,
NA
(same as yak), one. D.

یکش

यक्ष
Yaksḥ or Yaksḥa,
m.
a species of demigod, attendant especially on Kuvera, and empolyed in the care of his gardens and treasures. S.

یکشما

यक्ष्मा
Yakshmā,
m.
pulmonary consumption. S.

یکشنی

याक्षनी
Yaksḥinī or yaksḥanī,
f.
a female yaksḥa, or fairy. S.

یکشنبہ

NA
Yak-Shamba,
NA
Sunday. P.

یکفردﻱ
یکفصلی

NA
Yak-Fardī,
Yak-Faṣlī,
NA
land producing only one crop in the year. P.

یکل

NA
Yakal,
NA
single, solitary. Yakal-pan, solitude. D.

یکلائی

NA
Yaklā,ī,
f.
a veil (or cloak, or sheet worn over the head and shoulders) of one breadth without a seam.

یکلو

NA
Yaklū,
NA
simple, single (thread). P.

یکلوتا

NA
Yaklautā,
NA
a single child (without brother or sister). P. h.

یکنگ

NA
Yakang,
NA
alone, lonely, solitary. D.

یکوترا

यकोत्रा
Yakotrā (v. Yakatrā),
NA
sum total, &c. s.

یکون

NA
Yakūn,
NA
it will be, it is ; the sum total of an account. A. p.

یکہ

NA
Yaka,
NA
one, singular, unique ; at once, to gether. P.

یکیلا

NA
Yakelā,
NA
solitary, alone, singular. D.

یگ

युग
Yug or Yuga,
m.
an age of the world or great period ; a pair, a couple, a brace a term used in the game of Chausar (the opposite of a blot, two or more men standing on the same square yug-yag, prepetually, eternally. Yug phornā, to cause difference between friends. Yug-ān-yug, ages of age for ages. the Hindūs reckon four yugas or ages since the creation of the present world, viz. ; 1. the Krda-yu or Satya-yug, which lasted 1,78,000 solar years ; 2. the Treta-yug, of 1,296,000 years ; 3. the Dwāpar-yug, of 864,000 years ; and lastly, the Kali-yug, whose duration is 432,000 years. and of which nearly 5000 years have already elapsed. these four ages bear a marked affinity to the gold, silver, brazen, and iron ages of the Greeks and Romans, in all of which mankind are supposed to undergo a progressive deterioration. s.

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