I think the translation of the word phoonk into English will be blow, like to blow ash or dust. I think the movie is named phoonk because of the customary usage and blowing of ash (vibuthi) and kumkum, to cast spells etc.
raajaneeti, but you say it as raj- neeti
The English word 'what' will be said 'kya' in Hindi.what are you doing
The main language of India is the Hindi Language. The English word 'horse' translates in HIndi as the word 'Ghora'.
to say the word "myself" in hindi, say apne aap.
In Hindi, the word hunger is bookh.
the Hindi word for pollution is pradushan
"Mufth" is the Hindi word for "free"
barf him is the word for snow in hindi.
For 'beautiful', word used in Hindi is 'sundar'.
how do you say Snow peas in hindi
The word for conservation is 'sam-rakshan' in Hindi.
beautifull mean in hindi (sundar)
I know how to say mother in hindi it is Motha or Matha.
The Punjabi word for sister translated from English is "bhaina." The word is similar to the more common and major dialect of Hindi as "bahana."
The English word "friend" has many translations in Hindi, the main language of India. The most common translation would be the word "dosta".
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English: TheHindi: woactually 'wo' means 'that'words like the, a ,an have no meaning in Hindi.. they are simply not required.eg. if you say The Taj Mahal in Hindi it would simply be Taj Mahal..
The language is HINDI, not 'Hindu'. The Hindi word for Welcome is Swagat.
'Huckleberry' is a colloquial, that is to say, 'casual' word used to describe a number of different fruit-bearing shrubs of the genus Gaylussacia, all of which are native to the 'New World', or North America. Since the huckleberry is not native to India, nor even Asia, any Hindi speaking person, upon seeing, tasting, smelling, etc., a huckleberry would probably use the English colloquial word 'huckleberry'. Like English, Hindi is an aggregative language, 'borrowing' words from other languages. For an example of aggregation in English; the 'English' word 'pajama' is actually a Hindi word; 'pyjammy', describing, in Hindi, any light, loose-fitting garment, such as those used, by some of us, in which to sleep or lounge.
मैं हूँ (mein ____ huum) In English you say, "I am __". In Hindi you write "I ____ am" मैं ____ हूँ। You can listen to some examples of "I am" in this Hindi podcast on the link below.
"Uga" is the Kikuyu word for the English word say.