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First 100 High Frequency Words in Hindi Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Hindi Language

Many of our Hindi community members who are learning Hindi have requested for a list of high frequency words in Hindi. I have compiled a list that may represent some of 100 high frequency words in Hindi.

Hindi words are arranged with their romanized spellings in bracket and English translations or equivalents. Hope you will enjoy the post.

सौ सबसे अधिक प्रयोग होने वाले शब्द – 100 most frequently used words

  1.     की (Ki) = of

  2.     और (Aur) = and

  3.     एक (Ek) = a, one

  4.     तक (Tak) = till, up to

  5.     में (Mein) = in

  6.     है (Hain) = is

  7.     आप (Aap) = you (formal)

  8.     कि (Ki) = that

  9.     यह (Yah) = it

  10.     वह (Vah) = he

  11.     था (Tha) = was

  12.     लिए (Liye) = for

  13.     पर (Par) = on

  14.     केवल (Keval) = only

  15.     सदा (Sadaa) = always

  16.     साथ (Sath) = with

  17.     उसके (uske) = his

  18.     वे (Veh) = they

  19.     मैं (Main) = I

  20.     बाद (Baad) = after

  21.     होना (Hona) = be

  22.     खाना (Khana) = to eat, food

  23.     माँ (Maa) = mother

  24.     से (Se) = from

  25.     या (Ya) = or

  26.     नाम (Naam) = name

  27.     घर (Ghar) = home

  28.     द्वारा (Dwara) = through

  29.     शब्द (Sabdh) = word

  30.     लेकिन (Lekin) = but

  31.     नहीं (Nahi) = no

  32.     क्या (Kya) = what

  33.     सब (Sab) = all

  34.     थे (The) = were

  35.     हम (Ham, written as Hum) = we

  36.     जब (Jab) = when

  37.     आपके (Aapke) = yours

  38.     भाषा (Bhasha) = language

  39.     कहा (Kaha) = said

  40.     वहाँ (Vahan) = there

  41.     उपयोग (Upyog) = use

  42.     देश (Desh) = country, land

  43.     प्रत्येक (Pratek) = every

  44.     जो (Jo) = who

  45.     हमारा (Hamara) = our

  46.     करना (Karna) = to do

  47.     कैसे (Kaise) = how

  48.     उनके (Unke) = their

  49.     अगर (Agar) = if

  50.     होगा (Hoga) = will be

  51.     ऊपर (Uppar) = on, above

  52.     अन्य (Anya) = other

  53.     के (Ke) = of

  54.     उधर (Udhar) = there

  55.     बहुत (Bahut) = very

  56.     फिर (Fir) = again

  57.     उन (Un) = them

  58.     इन (In) = these

  59.     इसलिए (Isliye) = that is why, because of that

  60.     कुछ (Kuch) = some

  61.     उसे (Use) = to him, to her

  62.     अच्छा (Achcha) = good, well, nice

  63.     बनाना (Banaanaa) = to build, to construct

  64.     जैसा (Jaisa) = as, like

  65.     बोला (Bola) = spoken

  66.     सुना (Suna) = heard

  67.     समय (Samay) = time

  68.     सामने (Saamane) = in front

  69.     देखना (Dekhna) = to look

  70.     कम (Kam) = less

  71.     अधिक (Adhik) = more

  72.     लिखना (Likhna) ) = to write

  73.     जाना (Jaana) = to go

  74.     धन्यवाद (Dhanyavaad) = thank you

  75.     संख्या (Sangya) = number, count

  76.     कोई (Koi) = someone, something

  77.     रास्ता (Rasta) = way

  78.     सका (Saka) = could (masculine)

  79.     लोग (Log) = people

  80.     मेरे (Mere) = mine

  81.     गया (Gaya) = gone (masculine)

  82.     पहले (Pehle) = before

  83.     पानी (Paanī) = water

  84.     किया  (Kiya) = done

  85.     पीना (Pīna) = to drink

  86.     कौन (Kaun) = who

  87.     दो (Do) = give, two

  88.     अब (Ab) = now

  89.     भी (Bhī) = also, as well, too

  90.     दोपहर (Daupahar) = noon

  91.     नीचे (Nīche) = below

  92.     दिन (Din) = day

  93.     रात (Raat) = night

  94.     मिल (Mil) = meet

  95.     आना (Aana) = to come, come

  96.     बनाया (Banaaya) = build

  97.     आराम (Aaram) = rest, relax

  98.     भाग (Bhag) = part

  99.     सुबह (Subah) = morning

  100.     सोना (Sona) = to sleep, gold

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About the Author:Nitin Kumar

Nitin Kumar is a native Hindi speaker from New Delhi, India. His education qualification include Masters in Robotics and Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. Currently, he is working in the Research and Development in Robotics in Germany. He is avid language learner with varied level of proficiency in English, German, Spanish, and Japanese. He wish to learn French one day. His passion for languages motivated him to share his mother tongue, Hindi, and culture and traditions associated with its speakers. He has been working with Transparent Language since 2010 and has written over 430 blogs on various topics on Hindi language and India, its culture and traditions. He is also the Administrator for Hindi Facebook page which has a community of over 330,000 members.


Comments:

  1. rajpaljanu:

    thanks

  2. loga j:

    probably most important words thanks to ur work good job

    • Ramesh Arjunan:

      @loga j Thank u g very useful words. Iam learing hindi 42 age. Pls send another word.

  3. miss scott:

    Thank you! =^:^=

  4. miss scott:

    Thank you!

  5. B.SOORYA PRAKASH:

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  6. B.SOORYA PRAKASH:

    Very thanks and I from south india…..

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  8. Navrai sree:

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  9. bhavesh:

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  10. Roots:

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  12. sajid.s:

    yeah its most important words(acha khath)

  13. sajid.s:

    I think it help me today’s hindi exam

  14. Nawab khan:

    I liket

  15. Anurag:

    It’s very helpful for me

  16. lal:

    thanks

  17. shivprasad:

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  18. shanumgam:

    it is very useful to me.. thanks for a good job

  19. Manoj Kumar Sethy:

    Thank you
    Really this is very useful
    I think it is help me to speak English

  20. chaithra.n:

    thank you

  21. mallesh:

    really helps to learners.thanks

  22. Pankaj khola:

    thank u

  23. K SUDARSHAN:

    Very good

  24. Shahin:

    Very helpful, Great one ! Thanks !

  25. viresh:

    thank u

  26. durga lal gurjar:

    thank you

  27. md shahid:

    Thanku

  28. suraj:

    very nice work dear
    but top 200 meaning list create

  29. madan:

    nice collection thanks.

  30. Mm Reddy:

    Very good nithin for sharing hindi words

  31. Sweety:

    Very useful to all Hindi learners.

  32. IYYAPPAN:

    धन्यवाद

  33. anurag kumar:

    Thank you

  34. bharat singh:

    Very helpful.

  35. jamsheer:

    very helpful. thanks a lot

  36. Shubham shah:

    All time usefully word

  37. ashish sahu:

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  38. Irshath:

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  39. aditya rai:

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  40. Muhammad M. Adam:

    Thank we need some short sentences in hindi.

  41. MD SHAHBAZ:

    VERY NICE


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