Hindi edit

Pronunciation edit

  • (Delhi Hindi) IPA(key): /t͡ʃɑːn.d̪iː/, [t͡ʃä̃ːn̪.d̪iː]

Noun edit

चांदी (cāndīf

  1. Alternative spelling of चाँदी (cā̃dī)

Declension edit

Marathi edit

 
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Etymology edit

Ultimately from Maharastri Prakrit 𑀘𑀁𑀤𑀺𑀆 (caṃdiā) (with Middle Indo-Aryan -𑀇𑀓𑀸- (-ikā-)), from Sanskrit चन्द्रिका (candrikā).[1][2] Compare Gujarati ચાંદી (cā̃dī), Hindustani چَاندِی (cāndī) / चाँदी (cā̃dī), Sindhi چانديِ / चांदी, Punjabi ਚਾਂਦੀ (cāndī) / چاندی (cāndī), Bengali চাঁদি (cãdi).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /t͡san.d̪i/, [t͡san.d̪iː]

Noun edit

चांदी (cāndīf

  1. silver

References edit

  1. ^ Turner, Ralph Lilley (1969–1985), “candrikā”, in A Comparative Dictionary of the Indo-Aryan Languages, London: Oxford University Press
  2. ^ McGregor, Ronald Stuart (1993), “चाँदी”, in The Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary, London: Oxford University Press

Further reading edit

  • Berntsen, Maxine, “चांदी”, in A Basic Marathi-English Dictionary, New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies, 1982-1983.
  • Molesworth, James Thomas (1857), “चांदी”, in A dictionary, Marathi and English, Bombay: Printed for government at the Bombay Education Society's Press
  • दाते, यशवंत रामकृष्ण [Date, Yashwant Ramkrishna] (1932-1950), “चांदी”, in महाराष्ट्र शब्दकोश (mahārāṣṭra śabdakoś) (in Marathi), पुणे [Pune]: महाराष्ट्र कोशमंडळ (mahārāṣṭra kośmaṇḍaḷ).

Sindhi edit

Chemical element
Ag
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Silver crystal

Etymology edit

From Sanskrit चन्द्रिका (candrikā, splendour, moonlight). Cognate with Hindi चाँदी (cā̃dī, silver), Marathi चांदी (cāndī, silver) and Punjabi ਚਾਂਦੀ (cāndī, silver).

Noun edit

चांदी (cāndīf (Perso-Arabic چاندي)

  1. silver

References edit