नाम

See also: नम, नम्, and नामी

AngikaEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit नाम (nā́ma).

NounEdit

नाम (nām)

  1. name

HindiEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit नाम (nā́ma). Also influenced by Persian نام(nâm).

PronunciationEdit

  • (Delhi Hindi) IPA(key): /nɑːm/, [n̪ä̃ːm]
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NounEdit

नाम (nāmm (Urdu spelling نام‎)

  1. name
    मेरा नाम विनोद है।merā nām vinod hai.My name is Vinod.
  2. name, fame, reputation
    उसका नाम सारे देश में फैल गया।
    uskā nām sāre deś mẽ phail gayā.
    His fame spread all over the country.
  3. (Hinduism) the divine name

DeclensionEdit

Further readingEdit

  • Dāsa, Śyāmasundara (1965–1975), “नाम”, in Hindī Śabdasāgara [lit. Sea of Hindi words] (in Hindi), Kashi [Varanasi]: Nagari Pracarini Sabha.
  • नाम”, in Rekhta Dictionary [Urdu dictionary with meanings in Hindi & English], Noida, India: Rekhta Foundation, 2021.
  • S. W. Fallon (1879), “नाम”, in A New Hindustani-English Dictionary, Banaras, London: Trubner and Co.
  • Platts, John T. (1884), “नाम”, in A dictionary of Urdu, classical Hindi, and English, London: W. H. Allen & Co.
  • Caturvedi, Mahendra; Tiwari, Bhola Nath, “नाम”, in A Practical Hindi-English dictionary, Delhi: National Publishing House, 1970
  • Bahri, Hardev (1989), “नाम”, in Siksarthi Hindi-Angrejhi Sabdakosa [Learners' Hindi-English Dictionary], Delhi: Rajpal & Sons.
  • McGregor, Ronald Stuart (1993), “नाम”, in The Oxford Hindi-English Dictionary, London: Oxford University Press

MarathiEdit

EtymologyEdit

Learned borrowing from Sanskrit नाम (nā́ma). Doublet of नाव (nāv).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

नाम (nāmn

  1. name

Further readingEdit

  • Berntsen, Maxine, “नाम”, in A Basic Marathi-English Dictionary, New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies, 1982-1983.
  • Date, Yasavanta Ramakrshna (1932-1950), “नाम”, in Maharashtra Sabdakosa (in Marathi), Pune: Maharashtra Kosamandala.
  • Molesworth, James Thomas, “नाम”, in A dictionary, Marathi and English, Bombay: Printed for government at the Bombay Education Society's Press, 1857.

NepaliEdit

EtymologyEdit

Learned borrowing from Sanskrit नाम (nā́ma). Doublet of नाउँ (nāũ).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

नाम (nām)

  1. name
    Synonym: नाउँ (nāũ)
  2. fame, reputation
  3. (grammar) noun

Further readingEdit

  • नाम”, in नेपाली बृहत् शब्दकोश (Nepālī Br̥hat Śabdakoś) [Comprehensive Nepali Dictionary], Kathmandu: Nepal Academy, 2018
  • Schmidt, Ruth L. (1993), “नाम”, in A Practical Dictionary of Modern Nepali, Ratna Sagar

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

नाम n

  1. Devanagari script form of nāma (name)
    • c. 500 AD, Kaccāyana, Pālivyākaraṇaṃ [Pali Grammar]‎[1] (in Pali), page 2; republished as Satish Chandra Acharyya Vidyabhusana, editor, Kaccayana's Pali Grammar (edited in Devanagari character and translated into English), Calcutta, Bengal: Mahabodhi Society, 1901:
      तत्थ अक्खरेसु अकारादीसु ओदन्ता अत्थ सरा नाम होन्ति।
      Tattha akkharesu akārādīsu odantā aṭṭha sarā nāma honti.
      There amongst the letters are eight vowels, namely starting with 'a' and ending with 'o'
    • c. 500 AD, Kaccāyana, Pālivyākaraṇaṃ [Pali Grammar]‎[2] (in Pali), page 252; republished as Satish Chandra Acharyya Vidyabhusana, editor, Kaccayana's Pali Grammar (edited in Devanagari character and translated into English), Calcutta, Bengal: Mahabodhi Society, 1901:
      नामम्हि पयुज्जमानेपि अप्पयुज्ज्मानेपि तुल्याधिकरणे पठमो पुरिसो होति।
      Nāmamhi payujjamānepi appayujjamānepi tulyādhikaraṇe paṭhamo puriso hoti.
      The third person is used when in agreement with a noun be it expressed or unexpressed.

DeclensionEdit


SanskritEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

नाम (nā́man

  1. nominative singular of नामन् (nā́man)
  2. vocative singular of नामन् (nā́man)
  3. accusative singular of नामन् (nā́man)
  4. combining form of नामन् (nā́man)

YakkhaEdit

EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

नाम (namʌ)

  1. sun