Meaning of (ध्याम) dhyama in english - (ध्याम) Dhyama meaning 

Meaning of (ध्याम) dhyama in english

As verb : stinking
As adjective : dusty mucky filthy scruffy grubby
Suggested : morally ignoble or base vile morally wrong or bad immoral wicked a contemptible or vulgar person dark, gloomy, and cheerless somewhat dark having little light dim shadowy
Exampleध्याम का हिन्दी मे अर्थ

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Usage of ध्याम: 1. In the language of theology, the evil spirit, the evil spirit, or absolutely malignant, The Devil 2. , It is a penny-pinching economy, says a sordid little things saving 3. Dont wind or some other cause has messy hair 4. It also says things that are dirty themselves 5. There always the waste on wine and wheat that keeps too long 6. There was a big mess in the administration 7. The English writing is now the most visited bastard 8. What there is in an unclean thing, coarse and abroad, which alters or spoils 9. The various feudal states were in a state of almost continual war. 10. From there, in terms of Butcher, Collet mutton, veal collar The piece, part of the neck of the animals remaining after they took away the nearest tip of the head
(ध्याम) dhyama can be used as noun, verb or adjective and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 5 including consonants matras. The word is used as Adjective in hindi . Transliteration : dhyaama 
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