সিংহ

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Sanskrit सिंह (siṃha)

Noun[edit]

সিংহ (xiṅho)

  1. lion

Declension[edit]

(male):

(female):

Inflection of সিংহ
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Definite forms
singular plural
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Accusative Note: -ক (-k) is used for animate sense. No case marking is used for inanimate sense.
Dative Note 1: In some dialects its variant -লে (-le) is used instead.
Dative Note 2: In some dialects the locative marking -ত (-t) or the accusative marking -ক (-k) is used instead.
Instrumental Note: In some dialects -দি (-di) marks this case instead of -ৰে (-re).

Bengali[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Sanskrit सिंह (siṃha).

Noun[edit]

সিংহ (sinha)

  1. lion
  2. (Latin nomenclature) panthera leo persica