Top 20 One Word Substitution in Hindi

Posted on 28. May, 2015 by in Hindi Language

There are words in Hindi which are described by a whole sentence or group of words. Let me show you some top 20 such words in Hindi which are very common and used in daily conversation.

English translations are given in the bracket after sentences or group of words and romanized spelling are also given for one word substitution in brackets.

1. जिसकी कोई उपमा न हो (Which can not be compared) – अनुपम (Anupam – Unique)

2. आलोचना करने वाला (One who criticize) – आलोचक (Aalochak – Critic)

3. इतिहास का जानकर (One who knows history) – इतिहासकार (Itihaskar – Historian)

4. आकाश को चूमने वाली (A building that can touch sky) – गगनचुम्बी (Gaganchumbi – Skyscraper)

5. जो बात पहले कभी ना हुई हो (Which is not been heard before) – अभूतपूर्व (Abhutpurv – Unprecedented)

6. जहा अनाथ रहते हो (One who live in Orphanage) – अनाथाश्रम (Anathashram – Orphanage)

7. जिसे बहुत आवश्यक हो (Thing which is very necessary)  – अनिवार्य (Anivaarya – Mandatory)

8. जो कभी ना मरे (One who can not die) – अमर (Amar – Immortal)

9. जहा पुस्तके पढने के लिए राखी जाती हो (the place where books are kept for reading) – पुस्तकालय (Pustakaliye – Library)

10. जनता में सुनी-सुनाई बातें (Commonly heard gossip) – किंवदंती (Kivdantiya – Legend)

11. जानने की इच्छा रखने वाला (One who is curious) – जिज्ञासु (Jigyasu – Curious)

12. अच्छे कुल में जन्म लेने वाला (One who is born in a good family) – कुलीन (Kulin – Noble)

13. जो सब जगह व्याप्त हो (One who is omnipresent) – सर्वव्यापी (Sarvayapi – Omnipresent)

14. जो कानून के विरुद्ध हो (a thing which is illegal) – अवैध (Avadh – Illegal)

15. जिसकी कोई संतान ना हो (One who has got no children) – नि:संतान (Nirsantan – Childless)

16. रात में घूमने वाला (One who travel at night)  – निशाचर (Nishachar – Noctivagant)

17. जिसका पार ना पाया जाये (Whose boundary can not be found, boundless) – अपार (Apar – Boundless)

18. जिसके माँ-बाप ना हो (One who is orphan) – अनाथ (Anath – Orphan)

19. जो कम से जी चुराता हो (One who doesn’t want to work) – कामचोर (Kamchor – Doodle)

20. जिसके ह्रदय में दया ना हो (One who is cruel) – निर्दय (Nirday – Ruthless, Merciless)

Top 10 Similar Words in Hindi

Posted on 27. May, 2015 by in Hindi Language

Sometime you may encounter some similar sounding words in Hindi. These words are like “weak” or “week” in English. There are plenty of such words in Hindi. Most of these similar words in Hindi are the products of different vowels.

Let me share with you the top 10 similar words as per their popularity in Hindi.

Similar words are given below in Devanagari script as well as the romanized script in italic. English translations are also given in the respective brackets. Hope you’ll learn some new vocabulary through these antonyms.

कुल (Kul) = Family
कूल (Kūl) = Shore

ओर (Aōr) = Towards
और (Aaur) = And

गृह (Gṛah) = House
ग्रह (Grah) = Planet

दिन (Din) = Day
दीन (Dīn) = Poor

मात्र (Maatr) = Only
मातृ (Maatṛ) = Mother

बाग़ (Baag) = Garden
बाघ (Baagh) = Tiger
भाग (Bhaag) = Part

क्रम (Kṛam) = Order, Sequence
कर्म (Karm) = Deed, Act, Work

पका (Pakaa) = Ripe
पक्का (Pakka) = Strong, Certain, Decided

आदी (Aadī) = Habitual
आदि (Aadi) = Etc.

संग (Sang) = With, Company, Association
संघ (Sangh) = Society

Top 20 Antonyms in Hindi

Posted on 26. May, 2015 by in Hindi Language

Let me share with you the top 20 antonyms as per their popularity in Hindi. The antonym is called विलोम शब्द (Vilom Shabd which literally means Opposite Word).

The antonyms are given below in Devanagari script as well as the romanized script in italic. English translations are also given in the respective brackets. Hope you’ll learn some new vocabulary through these antonyms.

  1. अच्छा (Achcha – Good, Nice) – बुरा (Bura – Bad, Nasty)

  2. प्रकाश (Prakash – Light) – अंधकार (Andhakar – Darkness)

  3. लायक (Laayak – Capable) – नालायक (Naalaayak – Incapable)

  4. सौभाग्य (Saubhagy – Good Luck) – दुर्भाग्य (Durbhagy – Bad Luck)

  5. धनी (Dhani – Rich) – निर्धन (Nirdhan – Poor)

  6. सुख (Sukh – Happiness) – दुःख (Dukh – Sadness)

  7. मूर्ख (Murkh – Fool) – विद्वान् (Vidvaan – Expert, Scholar)

  8. सरल (Saral – Easy) – कठिन (Kathin – Difficult)

  9. पूरा (Pura – Complete) – अधूरा (Adhura – Incomplete)

  10. शत्रु (Shatru – Enemy) – मित्र (Mitr – Friend)

  11. राजा (Raja – King) – रंक (Rank – Rags)

  12. हिंसा (Hinsa – Violence) – अहिंसा (Ahinsa – Non-Violence)

  13. दिन (Din – Day) – रात (Raat – Night)

  14. जीवन (Jeevan – Life) – मरण (Maran – Death)

  15. शिक्षित (Shikshit – Educated) – अशिक्षित (Ashikshit – Illiterate)

  16. भय (Bhay – Fear) – निर्भय (Nirbay – Fearless)

  17. सुगंध (Surghandh – Aroma) – दुर्गंध (Durgandh – Stink)

  18. सदाचार (Sadaachar – Good behavior) – दुराचार (Duraachar – Bad behavior)

  19. निडर (Nidar – Fearless, Brave, Dare devil) – डरपोक (Darpok – Coward, Timid)

  20. निर्दोष(Nirdosh – Innocent) – दोषी (Doshi – Guilty)