मत्त

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Hindi[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit मत्त ‎(mattá).

Adjective[edit]

मत्त ‎(matt) ‎(Urdu spelling مت)

  1. intoxicated (by liquor, passion, pride, etc.)
  2. overpowered (by sleep, etc.)
  3. wayward
  4. mad
  5. furious
  6. delighted

Synonyms[edit]

Noun[edit]

मत्त ‎(matt) ‎(Urdu spelling مت)

  1. a madman
  2. a drunken person
  3. (rare) an elephant in rut, a furious elephant

References[edit]

  • John T. Platts, “A Dictionary of Urdu, Classical Hindi, and English”[1], retrieved 08-23-2012

Sanskrit[edit]

Adjective[edit]

मत्त ‎(mattá)

  1. intoxicated, drunk, inebriated (literally or figuratively)
  2. mad, insane
  3. in rut, furious (as an elephant)
  4. proud, arrogant
  5. delighted, overjoyed, excited with joy
  6. amorous, sportive, wanton
  7. excited by sexual desire

Noun[edit]

मत्त ‎(mattám

  1. drunkard
  2. madman
  3. an elephant in rut
  4. cuckoo
  5. buffalo
  6. the thorn-apple or Dhatturā plant

Declension[edit]

References[edit]

  • Vaman Shivaram Apte, “The Practical Sanskrit-English Dictionary”[2], retrieved 08-23-2012