লোক

AssameseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Sanskrit लोक (loka).

NounEdit

লোক (lûk)

  1. person
    পথাৰ݁খন চোৱা, এজন লোকে খেতি কৰি আছেpotharokhonot süa, ezon lüke kheti kori ase.Look at the field, a man is cultivating.
  2. other people
    লোকৰ আগত ভিক্ষা নুখুজিবিlûkôr agôt bhikkha nukhuzibi.Don't beg in front of others.
    Synonyms: আন (an), পৰ (por), বেলেগ (beleg)
  3. people, folk

BengaliEdit

NounEdit

লোক (lok)

  1. A person

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of লোক
nominative লোক
lok
objective লোককে
lok (semantically general or indefinite) / lokke (semantically definite)
genitive লোকের
loker
Indefinite forms
nominative লোক
lok
objective লোককে
lok (semantically general or indefinite) / lokke (semantically definite)
genitive লোকের
loker
Definite forms
singular plural
nominative লোকটা, লোকটি
lokṭa (colloquial), lokṭi (formal)
লোকেরা
lokera
objective লোকটাকে, লোকটিকে
lokṭake (colloquial), lokṭike (formal)
লোকদের(কে)
lokder(ke)
genitive লোকটার, লোকটির
lokṭar (colloquial), lokṭir (formal)
লোকদের
lokder
Objective Note: In some dialects -রে (-re) marks this case instead of -কে (-ke).

PaliEdit

Alternative formsEdit

NounEdit

লোক m

  1. Bengali script form of loka (“world”)

DeclensionEdit