BengaliEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Sanskrit ধন (dhana)

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /d̪ʱɔn/, /d̪ɔn/
  • (file)

NounEdit

ধন (dhôn) (objective ধন or ধনকে, genitive ধনের, locative ধনে)


  1. riches; wealth
    ধন ধান্য পুষ্প ভরা
    dhono dhanno pushpo bhôra
    Filled with riches, rice and flowers
    (Poetic Metre)
    Synonyms: সম্পদ (śômpôd), অর্থ (ôrtho), দৌলত (doulôt)
  2. (slang) penis, cock, dick
    Synonyms: বাড়া (baṛa), শিশ্ন (shishno), পুরুষাঙ্গ (purushanggo), নুনু (nunu), (slang) লিঙ্গ (lingo)

Derived termsEdit

InflectionEdit

Inflection of ধন
nominative ধন
dhôn
objective ধন / ধনকে
dhôn (semantically general or indefinite) / dhônke (semantically definite)
genitive ধনের
dhôner
locative ধনে
dhône
Indefinite forms
nominative ধন
dhôn
objective ধন / ধনকে
dhôn (semantically general or indefinite) / dhônke (semantically definite)
genitive ধনের
dhôner
locative ধনে
dhône
Definite forms
singular plural
nominative ধনটা , ধনটি
dhônṭa (colloquial), dhônṭi (formal)
ধনগুলা, ধনগুলো
dhôngula (colloquial), dhôngulo (formal)
objective ধনটা, ধনটি
dhônṭa (colloquial), dhônṭi (formal)
ধনগুলা, ধনগুলো
dhôngula (colloquial), dhôngulo (formal)
genitive ধনটার, ধনটির
dhônṭar (colloquial), dhônṭir (formal)
ধনগুলার, ধনগুলোর
dhôngular (colloquial), dhôngulor (formal)
locative ধনটাতে / ধনটায়, ধনটিতে
dhônṭate / dhônṭay (colloquial), dhônṭite (formal)
ধনগুলাতে / ধনগুলায়, ধনগুলোতে
dhôngulate / dhôngulay (colloquial), dhôngulote (formal)
Objective Note: In some dialects -রে (-re) marks this case instead of -কে (-ke).

ReferencesEdit

  • Accessible Dictionary, [1] Government of Bangladesh
  • Accessible Dictionary, [2] Government of Bangladesh