FOOL MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

Fool    
FOOL= बुद्धू (pr. {buddhu} )(Noun)
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FOOL= मूर्ख (pr. {murkh} )(Noun)
Usage:He is a fool to visit Kashmir at this point of time.
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FOOL= बेवकूफ (pr. {bevakuph} )(Noun)
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FOOL= मूढ़ (pr. {muRh} )(Noun)
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FOOL= मूर्खअ (pr. {murkha} )(Noun)
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FOOL= मूर्ख बनाना (pr. {murkh banana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:I was fooled by my friends on April 1.
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FOOL= बेवक़ूफ़ (pr. {bevaQuf} )(Noun)
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

FOOLED= मूर्ख बनाया (pr. {murkh banaya} )(Verb)
Usage:He fooled.
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FOOLISH= मूर्ख (pr. {murkh} )(Adjective)
Usage:It would be foolish to believe such rumours.
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FOOLISH= नासमझ (pr. {nasamajh} )(Adjective)
Usage:foolish remarks
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FOOLISH= मूढ़ (pr. {muDha} )(Adjective)
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FOOLISH= बुध्दिहीन (pr. {budhdihin} )(Adjective)
उदाहरण:मैं बुध्दिहीन, विचारहीन, अनुभवहीन प्राणी हूँ।
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FOOLISH= मतिमंद (pr. {matimanad} )(Adjective)
उदाहरण:कुछ मतिमंद लोग लोकतंत्र के चारों स्तंभों पर इस क्रांति के प्रति निष्क्रियता का आरोप लगा रहे हैं।
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FOOLISH= अहमक (pr. {ahamak} )(Adjective)
उदाहरण:मिर्जा मिर्च के आचार के साथ परांठे के कौर निगलते हुए गरजे “ अमाँ बड़े अहमक हो!
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FOOLISH= बेतकूफ (pr. {betakuph} )(Adjective)
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FOOLISH= बेवकूफ (pr. {bevakuph} )(Adjective)
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FOOLSCAP= कागज़ का एक नाप (pr. {kagaJ ka ek nap} )(Noun)
Usage:Her essay ran over ten pages of foolscap paper.
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FOOLPROOF= पक्का और आसान (pr. {pakka aur Asan} )(Verb)
Usage:A foolproof security system should be there in the university campus.
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FOOLHARDY= दुःसाहसी (pr. {du:asahasi} )(Adjective)
Usage:It was foolhardy of her to go alone in the night.
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FOOLISHLY= मूर्खता से (pr. {murkhata se} )(Adverb)
Usage:He foolishly spent his time and money.
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FOOLISHNESS= मूर्खता (pr. {murkhata} )(Noun)
Usage:His foolishness led to the disaster.
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Definition of Fool


  • a person who lacks good judgment
  • a person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of
  • a professional clown employed to entertain a king or nobleman in the middle ages

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