NAME MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

NAME= नाम (pr. {nam} )(Noun)
Usage:My name is Robin.
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NAME= कीर्ति (pr. {kirti} )(Noun)
Usage:Leander Paes has made a name for himself in the tennis world.
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NAME= नाम रखना (pr. {nam rakhana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:I have named my son Kapil.
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NAME= प्रसिद्ध व्यक्ति (pr. {prasiddh vyakti} )(Noun)
Usage:his name really is George Washington
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NAME= परिवार (pr. {parivar} )(Noun)
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NAME= नाम देना (pr. {nam dena} )(Verb)
Usage:He is given this name
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NAME= ख्याति (pr. {khyati} )(Noun)
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NAME= मशहुर व्यक्ति (pr. {mashahur vyakti} )(Noun)
Usage:He earned his name in this field
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NAME= नियुक्त करना (pr. {niyukt karana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:He has been named the captain of the team.
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NAME= उपाधि (pr. {upadhi} )(Noun)
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NAME= नाम बताना/पहचानना (pr. {nam batana/pahachanana} )(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:He named the person accused of stealing.
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

NAMELY= यथा (pr. {yatha} )(Adverb)
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NAMELY= जैसे (pr. {jaise} )(Adverb)
Usage:Asia has two most populous countries, namely China and India.
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NAMELY= जैसे कि (pr. {jaise ki} )(Adverb)
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NAMESAKE= हमनाम (pr. {hamanam} )(Noun)
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NAMESAKE= नामराशि (pr. {namarashi} )(Noun)
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NAMELESS= अज्ञात (pr. {ajnyat} )(Adjective)
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NAMELESS= बेनाम (pr. {benam} )(Adjective)
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NAMELESS= गुमनाम (pr. {gumanam} )(Adjective)
Usage:Ramesh received a nameless letter.
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NAME DROPPING= बड़े लोगों का नाम गिनाना (pr. {baDae logon ka nam ginana} )(Verb)
Usage:the hard thing about name-dropping is to avoid being too obvious about it
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NAME OF FLOWER= पलाश (pr. {palash} )(Noun)
उदाहरण:फूल पलाश के
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Definition of Name


  • a language unit by which a person or thing is known; "his name really is George Washington"; "those are two names for the same thing"
  • by the sanction or authority of; "halt in the name of the law"
  • a persons reputation; "he wanted to protect his good name"

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