Vocabulary in Hindi – Birds

Posted on 20. Nov, 2012 by in Hindi Language

Today, I have the vocabulary of birds for our Hindi learners. In  Hindi,  bird(s) are called पक्षी (Pakshi). Some of the birds which are not from India are usually spelled in the same way they are spelled in English. The romanized spellings are given in the bracket after the Hindi word.

Birds

In the end, there is some vocabulary which is common to many birds.

English Hindi
1. Eagle गस्र्ड (Garud)
2. Duck बतख (Batakh)
3. Owl उल्लू (Ulu)
4. Falcon बाज़ (Baajh)
5. Pheasant तीतर (Titar)
6. Swan हंस (Hans)
7. Vulture  गिद्ध (Gidh)
8. Rooster  मुर्गा (Murga)
9. Canary  कनारी (Kanaari)
10. Crow  कौआ (Kauwa)
11. Cuckoo  कोयल (Koyal)
12. Nightingale  बुलबुल (Bulbul)
13. Parrot  तोता (Tota)
14. Peacock  मोर (Mor)
15. Egret  इग्रेट (Egret)
16. Sparrow  गौरैया (Gorayia)
17. Woodpecker  कठ फोडवा (Kath Phodwa)
18. Ostrich  शुतुर मुर्ग (Shutur Murg)
19. Myna  मैना (Myna)
20. Kingfisher  किंगफ़िशर (Kingfisher)
21. Cormorant  जलकाग (Jalkaag)
22. Pelican  हवासील (Havaasil)
23. Stork  सारस (Saaras)
24. Heron  बगला (Bagla)
25. Albatross अल्बाट्रोस (Albatross)
26. Chick चूजा (Chuza)
27. Dove कबूतर (Kabutar)
28. Flamingo राजहंस (Rajhans)
29. Fowl पक्षी (Pakshi)
30. Goose हंस (Hans)
31. Hawk बाज़ (Baaz)
32. Hen मुर्गी (Murgi)
33. Kiwi कीवी (Kiwi)
34. Loon जल पक्षी (Jal Pakshi)
35. Mocking bird नकलची चिड़िया (Nakalachi Chidiya)
36. Macaw बहुरंगी तोता (bahurangi Tauta)
37. Parakeet तोता (Tauta)
38. Peafowl मोर (Maur)
39. Pelican हवासील (Havaasil)
40. Penguin पेंगुइन (Penguin)
41. Pigeon कबूतर (Kabutar)
42. Quail बटेर (bataer)
43. Starling मैना (Maena)
45. Stork सारस (Saaras)
46. Swan हंस (Hans)

 

Related Common Vocabulary:

English  Hindi
1. tail पूंछ
2. wing, feather पंख
3. beak चोंच
4. egg अंडा

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About Nitin Kumar

Nitin Kumar is a native Hindi speaker from New Delhi, India. Professionally, he has got Masters in Robotics and currently works in the field of technical research in hi-tech industry in Germany. His passion for Indian culture and writing in particular, has motivated him to share technical and cultural blogs on various websites. He has been working with Transparent Language since 2010 and has written over 300 blogs on various facet of his motherland, India and his language, Hindi. He is also the Administrator for Hindi Facebook page which has a community of over 330,000 members.

2 Responses to “Vocabulary in Hindi – Birds”

  1. Raman 7 February 2013 at 12:29 pm #

    kAID MEIN HAI BULBUL SAYAD MUSKARAYE ….
    Whats the meaning of ‘Sayad’ !

  2. sarthak patel 4 August 2013 at 11:35 am #

    need infornmation about vulture


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