Hindi edit

 
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Pronunciation edit

  • (Delhi Hindi) IPA(key): /lɑːl/, [läːl]
  • Rhymes: -ɑːl
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Etymology 1 edit

Borrowed from Classical Persian لال (lāl). Compare Bengali লাল (lal), Gujarati લાલ (lāl), Marathi लाल (lāl), Odia ଲାଲ (lalô), Punjabi ਲਾਲ (lāl) / لال (lāl).

Adjective edit

लाल (lāl) (indeclinable, Urdu spelling لَال)

  1. red (color/colour)

Noun edit

लाल (lālm (Urdu spelling لَال)

  1. red (color/colour)
Declension edit

See also edit

Colors in Hindi · रंग (raṅg) (layout · text)
     सफ़ेद (safed), श्वेत (śvet)      धूसर (dhūsar), छाई (chāī)      काला (kālā), श्याम (śyām)
             लाल (lāl), सुर्ख़ (surx); गहरा लाल (gahrā lāl), क़िरमिज़ी (qirmizī)              नारंगी (nāraṅgī), माल्टा (mālṭā); भूरा (bhūrā)              पीला (pīlā); मलाई (malāī)
             नींबू (nīmbū), सुगा पंछी (sugā pañchī)              हरा (harā)             
             फ़िरोज़ी (firozī)              आसमानी (āsmānī)              नीला (nīlā), नील (nīl)
             जामुनी (jāmunī); नील (nīl)              रानी (rānī); बैंगनी (baiṅgnī), जामुनी (jāmunī)              गुलाबी (gulābī)

Etymology 2 edit

Inherited from Sanskrit लाल्य (lālya, to be caressed). Cognate with Old Awadhi लाल (lāla, woman).

Adjective edit

लाल (lāl) (indeclinable, Urdu spelling لال)

  1. dear, beloved, darling

Noun edit

लाल (lālm (Urdu spelling لال)

  1. (endearing) an infant boy, dear son

Proper noun edit

लाल (lālm (Urdu spelling لال)

  1. (Hinduism) dear son: a designation of Krishna
  2. a male surname, Lal
  3. a male given name, Lal
Declension edit
Derived terms edit
See also edit

Further reading edit

References edit

Konkani edit

Etymology edit

Borrowed from Classical Persian لال (lāl).

Pronunciation edit

Adjective edit

लाल (lāl) (Latin script lal, Kannada script ಲಾಲ್)

  1. red (color/colour)

Noun edit

लाल (lāl) (Latin script lal, Kannada script ಲಾಲ್)

  1. red (color/colour)

See also edit

Colors in Konkani · रंग (raṅga) (layout · text)
     धवो (dhavo); उजळ (ujaḷ); गोरो (goro); दुदाळ (dudāḷ)      खाकी (khākī)      काळो (kāḷo); काजळी (kājḷī); टेंबुरणी (ṭemburṇī)
             तांबडो (tāmbḍo); लाल (lāl); रक्तवर्णी (raktavarṇī); अबिरी (abirī)              मातेरी (māterī); नारंगी (nāraṅgī); बदामी (badāmī)              अळदुवो (aḷduvo); गंदकी (gandkī)
             पोपटी (popṭī)              पाच्वो (pācvo); काळंगी (kāḷaṅgī)              चंदनी (candnī)
             फिरोजी (phirojī); आकाशी (ākāśī)                           निळो (niḷo)
                          जांबळो (jāmbḷo); द्राक्षाळ (drākṣāḷ)              गुलाबी (gulābī)

References edit

  • Pushpak Bhattacharyya (2017) IndoWordNet[1]

Marathi edit

 
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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Classical Persian لال (lāl). Compare Gujarati લાલ (lāl), Hindustani لَال (lāl) / लाल (lāl), Punjabi ਲਾਲ (lāl) / لال (lāl), Bengali লাল (lal).

Pronunciation edit

Adjective edit

लाल (lāl)

  1. red (color/colour)

Noun edit

लाल (lālm

  1. red (color/colour)

Derived terms edit

See also edit

Colors in Marathi · रंग (raṅga) (layout · text)
     पांढरा (pāṇḍhrā)      पारवा (pārvā), राखाडी (rākhāḍī)      काळा (kāḷā)
             लाल (lāl), तांबडा (tāmbḍā); [Term?]              केशरी (keśrī), भगवा (bhagvā); तपकिरी (tapkirī)              पिवळा (pivḷā); [Term?]
             पोपटी (popṭī)              हिरवा (hirvā)              [Term?]; [Term?]
             [Term?]; आकाशी (ākāśī)              [Term?]              निळा (niḷā)
             [Term?]; [Term?]              [Term?]; जांभळा (j̈āmbhaḷā)              गुलाबी (gulābī)

References edit

  • Berntsen, Maxine, “लाल”, in A Basic Marathi-English Dictionary, New Delhi: American Institute of Indian Studies, 1982-1983.
  • Molesworth, James Thomas (1857) “लाल”, 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) “लाल”, in महाराष्ट्र शब्दकोश (mahārāṣṭra śabdakoś) (in Marathi), पुणे [Pune]: महाराष्ट्र कोशमंडळ (mahārāṣṭra kośmaṇḍaḷ).