অমিয়

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Assamese[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Sanskrit অমৃত (amṛta), from অ- (a-, not, im-, un-) +‎ মৃত (mṛtá, dead), from Proto-Indo-Aryan *amŕ̥tas, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *amŕ̥tas, from Proto-Indo-European *n̥mr̥tós. Cognate with Oriya ଅମିଅ (ômiô, sweet), Gujarati અમી (amī).

Doublet of অমৃত (omrit).

Pronunciation[edit]

IPA /ɔmiɔ/
Phonetic spelling অমিঅ (omio)
Transliteration omiyo
IAST transliteration amiẏa
Colloquial romanisation omiyo, omio, amiya, omiya, amiyo

Adjective[edit]

অমিয় (omiy)

  1. nectarous
  2. very sweet

Noun[edit]

অমিয় (omiy)

  1. nectar
    Synonym: সুধা (xudha)
  2. amrita

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