WARM MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

Warm    
WARM= गरम होना (pr. {garam hona} )(Verb)
Usage:The soup warmed slowly on the stove
+31
-11
WARM= स्नेही (pr. {snehi} )(Verb)
+24
-6

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WARM= हार्दिक (pr. {hardik} )(Verb)
+9
-1
WARM= तपाना (pr. {tapana} )(Verb)
+8
-2
WARM= गर्म (pr. {garm} )(Adjective)
Usage:Ram and Ravi struck a warm friendship
+6
-1
WARM= गरम (pr. {garam} )(Verb)
+3
-6
WARM= गरमी (pr. {garami} )(Verb)
+2
-2
WARM= चमकीला (pr. {chamakila} )(Verb)
+1
0
WARM= गर्म करना (pr. {garm karana} )(Verb)
Usage:Warm up the soup
+1
-1
WARM= समीप (pr. {samip} )(Verb)
0
0

OTHER RELATED WORDS

WARMTH= गर्मी (pr. {garmi} )(Noun)
Usage:The blanket provided warmth in the cold weather
+14
-8
WARMTH= मिट्रभाव (pr. {miTrabhav} )(Noun)
Usage:an agreeable warmth in the house
+11
-14
WARMTH= जोश (pr. {josh} )(Noun)
+9
-4
WARMLY= स्नेह से (pr. {sneh se} )(Adverb)
Usage:warmly dressed
+4
-1
WARMLY= उत्साह से (pr. {utsah se} )(Adverb)
Usage:He thanked the invitees warmly
+3
-1
WARMING= तापन (pr. {tapan} )(Noun)
+6
-6
WARM UP= जोश में आना (pr. {josh men Ana} )(Verb)
Usage:We warmed up the car for a few minutes
+4
-3
WARM TO= रुचि लेना (pr. {ruchi lena} )(Verb)
Usage:He warmed to the idea of a trip to Antarctica
+2
-1
WARMING= तापक (pr. {tapak} )(Noun)
+2
-3
WARMING= गरमाहट (pr. {garamahaT} )(Noun)
+2
-6
WARM UP= वम अप (pr. {vam ap} )(Verb)
+1
-2
WARM UP= गरमाना (pr. {garamana} )(Verb)
+1
-3
WARMNESS= स्नेह (pr. {sneh} )(Noun)
+4
-1
WARMONGER= युद्धोत्तेजक (pr. {yuddhottejak} )(Noun)
Usage:Militants are warmongers
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-1
WARM COAT= अँगरखा (pr. {aNagarakha} )(Noun)
Usage:A warm coat Worn by men.
0
-2
WARMING PAN= अँगीठी (pr. {aNagiThi} )(Noun)
+7
-1
WARMHEARTED= सहृदयतापूर्ण (pr. {sahaRadayatapurN} )(Adjective)
Usage:gave a warmhearted welcome to the stranger
+2
0
WARM BLOODED= समतापी (pr. {samatapi} )(Adjective)
+2
-1

Definition of Warm


  • get warm or warmer; "The soup warmed slowly on the stove"
  • make warm or warmer; "The blanket will warm you"
  • in a warm manner; "warmly dressed"; "warm-clad skiers"

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