WICK MEANING IN HINDI - EXACT MATCHES

Wick    
WICK= पट्टी (pr. {paTTi} )(Noun)
Usage:the physician put a wick in the wound to drain it
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WICK= दीये की बत्ती (pr. {diye ki batti} )(Noun)
Usage:You need a new wick for the lantern.
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WICK= बत्ती (pr. {batti} )(Noun)
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OTHER RELATED WORDS

WICKED= दुष्ट (pr. {duShT} )(Adjective)
Usage:He is a wicked man.
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WICKED= खल (pr. {khal} )(Adjective)
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WICKED= प्रचण्ड (pr. {prachaND} )(Adjective)
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WICKED= शरारती (pr. {shararati} )(Adjective)
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WICKER= खपच्ची (pr. {khapachchi} )(Noun)
Usage:He is using wicker for the mat.
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WICKED= असुर (pr. {asur} )(Adjective)
उदाहरण:असुर जनजाति के लोग ख़ुद को महिषासुर का वंशज मानते है !
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WICKED= घृणास्पद (pr. {ghaRaNaspad} )(Adjective)
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WICKET= विकेट (pr. {vikeT} )(Noun)
Usage:We lost five wickets in the match.
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WICKED= दुष्कर्मी (pr. {duShkarmi} )(Adjective)
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WICKED= अपकर्मी (pr. {apakarmi} )(Adjective)
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WICKED= पापी (pr. {papi} )(Adjective)
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WICKED= असज्जन (pr. {asajjan} )(Adjective)
उदाहरण:वह एक असज्जन व्यक्ति है !
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WICKET= झँझरी (pr. {jhaNajhari} )(Noun)
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WICKED= अकर्मी (pr. {akarmi} )(Adjective)
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WICKET= दरीचा (pr. {daricha} )(Noun)
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WICKER= तीली (pr. {tili} )(Noun)
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WICKEDNESS= बुराई (pr. {buraI} )(Noun)
उदाहरण:अगर परमेश्वर प्रेम है, तो उसने बुराई को क्यों रहने दिया है ?
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WICKEDNESS= असाधपन (pr. {asadhapan} )(Noun)
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WICKEDNESS= पाप (pr. {pap} )(Noun)
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WICKEDNESS= असाधुता (pr. {asadhuta} )(Noun)
उदाहरण:उसकी नीति थी साधुता का उदय हो तथा असाधुता कर नाश हो।
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WICKET GATE= उपद्वार (pr. {upadvar} )(Noun)
Usage:You can enter through the wicket gate.
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WICKET KEEPER= विकेट रक्षक (pr. {vikeT rakShak} )(Noun)
Usage:The wicket keeper took a good catch.
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Definition of Wick


  • any piece of cord that conveys liquid by capillary action; "the physician put a wick in the wound to drain it"
  • a loosely woven cord (in a candle or oil lamp) that draws fuel by capillary action up into the flame

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