A Dictionary Part -1 (Hindustani & English)
Uttar Pradesh Urdu Academy
ا ب ة ت ث ج ح خ د ذ ر ز س ش ص ض ط ظ ع غ ػ ؼ ؽ ؾ ؿ ـ ف ق ك ل م ن ه و ى ي ً ٌ ٍ َ ُ ِ ّ ْ ٓ ٔ ٕ ٖ ٗ ٘ ٙ ٚ ٛ ٜ ٝ ٞ ٟ ٠ ١ ٢ ٣ ٤ ٥ ٦ ٧ ٨ ٩ ٪ ٫ ٬ ٭ ٮ ٯ ٰ ٱ ٲ ٳ ٴ ٵ ٶ ٷ ٸ ٹ ٺ ٻ ټ ٽ پ ٿ ڀ ځ ڂ ڃ ڄ څ چ ڇ ڈ ډ ڊ ڋ ڌ ڍ ڎ ڏ ڐ ڑ ڒ ړ ڔ ڕ ږ ڗ ژ ڙ ښ ڛ ڜ ڝ ڞ ڟ ڠ ڡ ڢ ڣ ڤ ڥ ڦ ڧ ڨ ک ڪ ګ ڬ ڭ ڮ گ ڰ ڱ ڲ ڳ ڴ ڵ ڶ ڷ ڸ ڹ ں ڻ ڼ ڽ ھ ڿ ۀ ہ ۂ ۃ ۄ ۅ ۆ ۇ ۈ ۉ ۊ ۋ ی
Yog or Yaga,
junction, joining, union ; a fortunate moment ; opportunity ; penance, devotion ; adj. possible capable yog-āsan, m. a kind of religious posture. Yog-pat, a part of a devotee’s dress. Yog-sevā, practising religious abstractions. Yoga-kshema, property, possessions ; especially property assigned for charitable deeds. yog-nāvik, a kind of fish. yog-nidrā, light sleep, wakefulness. yog-vahī, alkali, quicksilver ; a medium for mixing medicines. s.
a female friend or sprite attendant on, and created by Durgā ; in some places eight yoginīs are enumerated by name. s.
a devotee, an ascetic ; a magician. Yogya, fit, proper ; clever. S.
fitness, capability, ability. S.
a principal sage ; a deity ; a magician, the object of devout contemplation. S.
clever, accomplished ; able, powerful ; fit, proper. S.
(corruptly yom) a day. Yaumul-ḥisāb, or yaumu-l-ḥashr, or yaumu-l-ḳiyāmat, the day of the resurrection ; the day of rendering one’s account yaumu-l-fiṭr, the day of breaking fast, viz. the day following the fast of the Ramaẓān. A.
one day ; daily. A.
Yaumiya (or Yomiya),
daily ; daily sustenance or allowance to pensioners of any kind yaumiya-dār, a pensioner. A.
name of a country, supposed to be that inhabited by the Greeks : by late Hindū writers the term is usually applied to Arabia, or in general to those countries inhabited by Musalmāns ; this name formerly meant an Ionian or a Greek, but now is applied to both the Muḥammadan and European invaders of India, and is often used as a general term for any foreign or barbarous race yavanāchārya an astronomical writer frequently alluded to by ancient Hindū astronomers, supposed to be ptolemy yavan-āl, a kind of grass. s.
यूं / यों / यौं
Yūṅ / Yoṅ / Yaun,
thus, in this manner. Yūṅ na yūṅ, one way or other. Yūṅ-hīṅ, in this very manner, thus, accidentally, by chance, causelessly, easily. H.
an astronomical writer frequently quoted, perhaps Ptolemy. S.
a sort of grass, the grain of which is eaten (Andropogon or Holcus bicolor). S.
Ionia, Ancient Greece, so called till subdued by the Romans, after which the term Rūm has been generally applied to the Eastern Roman Empire at large. A.
an Ionian, a Grecian. A.
the Ionians, the Greeks. A.
the prophet Jonah or Jonas. A.
the womb, the vulva yaunī, relating to the womb, uterine. Yavanī, f. a female yavan. S.
youth, manhood. Yauvan-dashā, f. adolescence. Yauvan-darp, m. pride of youth, rashness. S.