PersianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

AdjectiveEdit

کل (kal)

  1. bald

Etymology 2Edit

AdjectiveEdit

کل (koll)

  1. totally

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

کل (kal)

  1. (dialectal, Bushehr, Khesht, Konartakhteh) piece, part
    هر کلش یه جا رفت.
    Har kaleš ye jâ raft.
    (It broke and) Every piece of it went somewhere.

Etymology 4Edit

NounEdit

کل (kal)

  1. (dialectal, Kazerun) boy
    کلکو سیب اورده.
    Kalku sib ovorde.
    The boy (guy) has brought apple(s).

Etymology 5Edit

NounEdit

کل (kel)

  1. A cry of joy that women cheer in weddings.

UrduEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Sanskrit कल.

AdjectiveEdit

کل (kala) — Hindi spelling: कल

  1. dumb
  2. hoarse
  3. soft

NounEdit

کل (kalamHindi spelling कल

  1. humming
  2. buzzing

Etymology 2Edit

From Sanskrit कल्य or कल्यं.

AdverbEdit

کل (kal)  Hindi spelling: कल

  1. tomorrow
  2. yesterday

Etymology 3Edit

From Sanskrit कला.

NounEdit

کل (kalfHindi spelling कल

  1. part
  2. machine
  3. instrument
  4. lock
  5. trap
  6. trigger
  7. hammer

Etymology 4Edit

From Sanskrit कल्या.

NounEdit

کل (kalfHindi spelling कल

  1. peace
  2. tranquility
  3. quiet
  4. rest
  5. relief
  6. ease

Etymology 5Edit

From Persian کل.

AdjectiveEdit

کل (kal) — Hindi spelling: कल

  1. bald

Etymology 6Edit

From Sanskrit किल or किलः.

AdverbEdit

کل (kil)  Hindi spelling: किल

  1. indeed
  2. verily
  3. truly
  4. certainly

Etymology 7Edit

From Sanskrit कील or कीलः.

NounEdit

کل (kilmHindi spelling किल

  1. fist (dialectal)
  2. elbow (dialectal)

Etymology 8Edit

From Sanskrit कुल or कुलं.

NounEdit

کل (kulmHindi spelling कुल

  1. herd
  2. troop
  3. flock
  4. multitude
  5. race
  6. caste
  7. tribe
  8. family
  9. house
  10. lineage

Etymology 9Edit

From Persian, from Arabic كلّ

AdverbEdit

کل (kull)

  1. totally
  2. entirely

NounEdit

کل (kull?

  1. all
  2. total
  3. universality
  4. whole
  5. each
Last modified on 27 September 2013, at 10:20