कष्ट

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Hindi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit कष्ट (kaṣṭa)

Noun[edit]

कष्ट (kaṣhṭmUrdu spelling کشٹ

  1. trouble
    मैं आपको कष्ट नहीं देना चाहता था।
    I did not want to give you any trouble.
    मैं बहुत आर्थिक कष्ट में हूँ।
    I am in great financial trouble.
  2. suffering, agony
    स्वर्ग में तुम्हारा पाप के लिए कष्ट उठाना पड़ेगा।
    You will have to suffer for your sin in Heaven.

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Sanskrit[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the root verb कष् (kaṣ, to injure, destroy).

Noun[edit]

कष्टम् (kaṣhṭamm

  1. evil, difficulty, trouble, misery, suffering, hardship
    भवतः किं कष्टं अस्ति?
    Tell me, what is your trouble?
  2. sin, wickedness
  3. difficulty, effort
    एतद् कष्टं न।
    This is not difficult; there is no difficulty in this.
  4. sorrowful, miserable

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Adjective[edit]

कष्ट (kaṣhṭa)

  1. bad, evil, ill, wrong
    रामहस्तमनुप्राप्य कष्टात् कष्टतरं गता।
    Gone from bad to worse; reduced to a wretched condition.
  2. painful, grievous
  3. difficult
  4. hard to subdue (as an enemy)
  5. mischievous, hurtful, injurious
  6. boding evil

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