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মেঘ

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Sanskrit মেঘ (megha, cloud), from Proto-Indo-Iranian *Hmaygʰás, from Proto-Indo-European *h₃moygʰós (fog, cloud).

Doublet of মেহ (meh).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

মেঘ (megh)

  1. cloud
    Synonym: ডাৱৰ (dawor)
  2. dark cloud

DeclensionEdit


BengaliEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Sanskrit মেঘ (megha).

NounEdit

মেঘ (megh)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of মেঘ
nominative মেঘ
megh
objective মেঘ / মেঘকে
megh (semantically general or indefinite) / meghke (semantically definite)
genitive মেঘের
megher
locative মেঘে
meghe
Indefinite forms
nominative মেঘ
megh
objective মেঘ / মেঘকে
megh (semantically general or indefinite) / meghke (semantically definite)
genitive মেঘের
megher
locative মেঘে
meghe
Definite forms
singular plural
nominative মেঘটা , মেঘটি
meghṭa (colloquial), meghṭi (formal)
মেঘগুলা, মেঘগুলো
meghgula (colloquial), meghgulo (formal)
objective মেঘটা, মেঘটি
meghṭa (colloquial), meghṭi (formal)
মেঘগুলা, মেঘগুলো
meghgula (colloquial), meghgulo (formal)
genitive মেঘটার, মেঘটির
meghṭar (colloquial), meghṭir (formal)
মেঘগুলার, মেঘগুলোর
meghgular (colloquial), meghgulor (formal)
locative মেঘটাতে / মেঘটায়, মেঘটিতে
meghṭate / meghṭay (colloquial), meghṭite (formal)
মেঘগুলাতে / মেঘগুলায়, মেঘগুলোতে
meghgulate / meghgulay (colloquial), meghgulote (formal)
Objective Note: In some dialects -রে (-re) marks this case instead of -কে (-ke).
  1. cloud

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Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

মেঘ m

  1. Bengali script form of megha

DeclensionEdit