KANAK MEANING - NEAR BY WORDS

Kanak    
कनक {kanak} = GOLD(Noun)
Usage:Whilst that for which all virtue now is sold, and almost every vice--almighty gold
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कांख {kanakh} = ARMPIT(Noun)
Usage:The doctor placed the thermometer in the childs armpit.
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कंकड {kanakaD} = GRAVEL(Verb)
उदाहरण:पत्थर के छोटे-छोटे टुकडे कंकड होते है !
Usage:there are little pieces of stone gravel.
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कांख {kanakh} = ARM PIT(Noun)
Usage:His arm-pit was itching.
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कंकड़ {kanakaDD} = SHINGLE(Noun)
Usage:Children like to play on a shingle beach.
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कंकण {kanakaN} = BRACELET(Noun)
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कंकण {kanakaN} = BANGLE(Noun)
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कणकु {kaNaku} = ACCOUNT(TransitiveVerb)
Usage:he asked to see the executive who handled his account
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कंकाल {kanakal} = SKELETON(Noun)
उदाहरण:आपके अपने कंकाल में 200 से अधिक हड्डियॉ होती है |
Usage:you have over 200 bones in your skeleton .
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कंकड़ {kanakaDa} = STONE(Noun)
Usage:People having stone in their kidney suffer from serious pain.
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कंकाल {kanakal} = SKELETAL(Adjective)
Usage:Her mother got worried after seeing her daughters skelital physic.
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कंकालीय {kanakaliy} = SKELETAL(Adjective)
Usage:the skeletal system
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कंकडीला {kanakaDila} = GRITTY(Adjective)
उदाहरण:मेरे गाँव का रास्ता कंकडीला है !
Usage:way in my village is gritty
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कंकड़ीला {kanakaDDila} = SHINGLY(Adjective)
Usage:I cant practise skating on the shingly road.
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कंकड़/बटिया {kanakaDD/baTiya} = PEBBLE(Noun)
Usage:I saw a different kinds of pebbles in rock garden.
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कंकड पत्थर {kanakaD patthar} = RUBBISH(Noun)
उदाहरण:नदियों मे बहुत कंकड-पत्थर होते है
Usage:You are not so young, so dont talk rubbish.
The film was rubbish.
You should give up your all rubbish ideas
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कंकड पत्थर {kanakaD patthar} = TRASH(Noun)
Usage:The corporation does not offer an efficient trash collection system.
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काँख में का {kaNakh men ka} = UNDERARM(Adjective)
Usage:throwing a ball underarm
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कंकड्ॅईलाआ {kanakaDIlaA} = PEBBLE(Noun)
Usage:me got pebble.
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