चौका

HindiEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Sauraseni Prakrit 𑀘𑀤𑀼𑀓𑁆𑀓 (cadukka), from Sanskrit चतुष्क (catuṣka). Cognate with Nepali चौको (cauko), Bhojpuri 𑂒𑂸𑂍𑂰 (caukā), Gujarati ચોકો (coko), Marathi चौका (caukā), Oriya ଚୌକା (côuka), Assamese চৌকা (souka).

PronunciationEdit

  • (Delhi Hindi) IPA(key): /t͡ʃɔː.kɑː/, [t͡ʃɔː.käː]

NounEdit

चौका (caukām (Urdu spelling چوکا‎)

  1. set of four
    1. (cricket) a four
    2. (card games) a four
  2. square slab (of some stone)
  3. square, courtyard (central area in a house for certain activities)

DeclensionEdit

Coordinate termsEdit

Playing cards in Hindi · ताश (tāś) (layout · text)
             
इक्का (ikkā) दुक्की (dukkī) तिक्की (tikkī) चौका (caukā) पंजा (pañjā) छक्का (chakkā) सत्ता (sattā)
             
अट्ठा (aṭṭhā) नहला (nahlā) दहला (dahlā) ग़ुलाम (ġulām), गुलाम (gulām) बेगम (begam) बादशाह (bādśāh) जोकर (jokar)

ReferencesEdit


NepaliEdit

PronunciationEdit

IPA(key): [t͡sʌu̯kä]

NounEdit

चौका (caukā)

  1. set of four
    1. (card games) a four
    2. (cricket) a four

Coordinate termsEdit

Playing cards in Nepali · तास (tās) (layout · text)
             
एक्का (ekkā) दुक्का (dukkā) तिक्का (tikkā) चौका (caukā) पन्जा (panjā), पंजा (pañjā) छक्का (chakkā) सत्ता (sattā)
             
अट्ठा (aṭṭhā) नहल (nahal) दहल (dahal) गुलाम (gulām) मिस्सी (missī), रानी (rānī) बादशाह (bādśāha) जोकर (jokar)