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      what about 'Dosheezaa' ?

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      Originally posted by Sharafat_Ka_Namouna:
      can anyone here suggest good Urdu dictionaries?
      Ferozsons (Pvt.) Ltd. has the best Urdu dictionaries.....i have Urdu to English dictionary which really comes in handy.

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      feroz ul lughaat... all da way!

      had a lot of fun in A-Levels Urdu

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      Originally posted by Jal_Pari:
      what about 'Dosheezaa' ?
      that was also in Feeroz-ul-lughaat..
      Quite often good things have hurtful consequences. There are instances of men who have been ruined by their money or KILLED by their COURAGE. ~Aristotle

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      What's "majboori" in English

      One may translate it as "helplessness"
      But in the following sentences how would you translate "majboori"
      "Ye mayri majboori hay, kay mujhay jana hay"
      OR "tumhari kya majboori hay, (that you can no longer stay here)"

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      ^ compelled

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      "aisha" as in the song "chote see aisha"

      I figured it meant something like desire or want but want to make sure.

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      Originally posted by lussi:
      ^ compelled
      yea that is close, but I think it is more like forcing or pressurizing someone (like compulsion)

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      "aisha" as in the song "chote see aisha"
      i thought it was aasha
      yes its "hope or "belief" i think

      what's the EXACT meaning in english for
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      I think "self respect"

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      According to the web site mentioned by Shahbax
      'bewafa' is jilt or love-monger
      'Ghyrat' is pudency or pudicity
      Virgin is 'pak-daman' or 'ba-asmat'

      I think 'afsana' should be Fiction or Fable

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      Originally posted by nandulala:

      I think "self respect"
      Plus don't you think 'ghyrat' also has "sense of guiltiness or ashamed of something" meaning hidden in it too.

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      Folks, this is an awesome thread...so informative. Thanks!

      Are there any Urdu bookstores in Eastern seaboard of the US? I have been looking for a decent Urdu lughat and an Urdu-English dictionary for quite a while. Anyone knows?

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      Originally posted by LuxuryItem:
      Folks, this is an awesome thread...so informative. Thanks!

      Are there any Urdu bookstores in Eastern seaboard of the US? I have been looking for a decent Urdu lughat and an Urdu-English dictionary for quite a while. Anyone knows?
      http://www.mansoorbookshop.com/
      Quite often good things have hurtful consequences. There are instances of men who have been ruined by their money or KILLED by their COURAGE. ~Aristotle

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      Can anyone tell me what is Aquarium in urdu?

      Thanks in Advance

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      Originally posted by Fatso:
      Can anyone tell me what is Aquarium in urdu?

      Thanks in Advance
      Maahi khaanaa ya Machli Ghar
      Quite often good things have hurtful consequences. There are instances of men who have been ruined by their money or KILLED by their COURAGE. ~Aristotle

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      What do we called the following words in Urdu?



      Sink (the one in the Kitchen)

      Screws

      Screw-driver



      Thanks in advance

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      Originally posted by batameez:
      What do we called the following words in Urdu?



      Sink (the one in the Kitchen)

      Screws

      Screw-driver



      Thanks in advance
      The word in-use in urdu for Sink is also Sink or basin ..keep in mind that Urdu has a tendency to grab the words of other langauges and is made of many langauages and still in progress and that's the great thing about it...

      Screws = Paich

      Screw-driver = Paich Kass
      Quite often good things have hurtful consequences. There are instances of men who have been ruined by their money or KILLED by their COURAGE. ~Aristotle

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