Meaning of (व्यायत) vyayata in english
As noun : extended elongated drawn out broadcast unwrapped unfastened gaping unbuttoned engaged in a hurry grim rough relentless hard boiled hard and fast bitter abrasive dry hard headed sharp stern rock hard high handed cold caustic hardbitten draconian set iron extreme strong faithful persistent iron hard fixed unflinching clear hard line practiced practised wont au fait high cutthroat keen crisp savage crushing retentive deep sound yare titan high powered big thick rich heavy deep seated close black in depth steady sagacious staid base earnest straight great grave
As adjective : lanky outstretched unfixed occupied busy hectic in use hot cruel callous hard rigid severe inflexible implacable flinty tough dour merciless exemplary stiff stringent unkind stony astringent nasty penal obdurate strenuous bloodless unsparing tenacious tight used to habitual accustomed wont to fierce fierce stupendous serious intense intensive exquisite severe violent vehement bright loud potent powerful profound deep rooted strong deep dark solemn serious weighty emotional plummy unplayful
Suggested : to draw out or lengthen, especially in time extend the duration of prolong having considerable linear extent in space to draw out to greater length lengthen extend to lengthen out in time extend the duration of cause to continue longer stretched outExampleव्यायत का हिन्दी मे अर्थ
Word of the day 9th-May-2021
Usage of व्यायत: 1. The freedoms are extended to the non-member states of Iceland 2. It is also said of the odor and flavor that sometimes gives specific to food and liqueurs prolonged contact with air 3. The success of "Papa" led Whitfield to create more elongated 4. This river would have been about 6000 miles = 10000 km long 5. The Central Powers knew that they could not win a protracted war 6. Grammar Syllable consists of three vowels is pronounced d a single voice broadcast 7. 1940 when Denmark was occupied by Germany. 8. Chechen forces engaged the Russian army in Dagestan 9. Shanghai gradually became a busy seaport 10. Drusus, Claudius was pushed by some quarters as a potential heir.
(व्यायत) vyayata can be used as noun, verb, adverb or adjective and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 6 including consonants matras. The word is used as Adjective in hindi originated from Sanskrit language . Transliteration : vyaayata