Wiktionary:Requested entries (Hindi)
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Family relation names
- कन्द (kand) (kanda) -- yam
- काल (kāl) - Time
- कायस्थ (kāyasth) - Brahman caste
- कैंडी (kaiṇḍī) - candy.
- कुल्चा (kulcā) - kulcha
- चला (calā)
- चला जाता (calā jātā)
- चाट मसाला (cāṭ masālā) - chaat masala
- चियर्स (ciyars) -- cheers
- चीयर्स (cīyars) -- cheers
- छत्तीसगढ़ (chattīsgaṛh) Chhattisgarh (a state in central India) —Strabismus (talk) 03:01, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- जमीकन्द (jamīkand) (jamīkanda) -- yam
- जाता (jātā)
- जुगलबंधी (jugalbandhī) - jugalbandhi (conjoined twins, duo musical performance)
- जमना (jamnā) - (jamnā) verb, intransitive -- to freeze
- झयजय (jhayajay) -- cheers
- तान (tān) - has Sanskrit, doesn't have Hindi
- तेजपत्ता (tejpattā) - a tree similar to cinnamon
- तिथि (tithi) (tithi) nf., (lunar) day —Strabismus (talk) 03:09, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- तबला (tablā) (tablā) nm., a tabla, kind of drum
- तानपूरा (tānpūrā)
- तीन ताल (tīn tāl)
- तबला तरंग (tablā taraṅg) - a set of tabla drums, played melodically
- दिनों (dinõ) (dinoṁ) npl., days —Strabismus (talk) 03:12, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- द्रुत (drut) - drut
Divisha - Divine wish
- पखावज (pakhāvaj)
- बागर (bāgar) (bāgar) nm., dike
- बकरा (bakrā) (bakrā) nm., (billy-)goat
- बकरी (bakrī) (bakrī) nf., (nanny-)goat
- बीन (bīn) - a musical instrument
- बीड़ी (bīṛī) (bīṛī) nf., plug of tobacco
- बुड्ढा (buḍḍhā) (buḍḍhā) nm., old man, "geezer" —Strabismus (talk) 03:20, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- मजे़दार (majे़dār) -- yummy
- मधुर (madhur) -- (has Sanskrit, needs Hindi) delicious, sweet
- मयंक (mayaṅk) - mayank
- महफिल (mahphil) - mehfil
- मूँह (mū̃h) noun, m. (mū̃h) -- mouth
- मूस (mūs) (mūs) nm., mouse —Strabismus (talk) 03:22, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- मोरचंग (morcaṅg) - Jew's harp (check spelling)
- मींड (mīṇḍ)
- रमणीय (ramṇīya) -- delicious
- राहुल (rāhul) (rāhul) nmpr., Rahul
- रानी (rānī) (rānī) nf., queen
- रागमाला (rāgmālā) (rāgmālā) nm., collection of ragas —Strabismus (talk) 03:30, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- रा (rā)
- लहरा or लहर - is this the correct spelling for the repeating melody used during tabla solos in Hindustani music? Apparently it literally means "wave."
- सुस्वादु (susvādu) -- delicious
- सुस्वाद (susvād) -- delicious
- सूखा बेर (sūkhā ber) (sūkhā ber) -- prune
- सेन (sen) - a Bengali surname
- संध्या (sandhyā) - evening
- समायोजित (samāyojit) (samājoyit) adj., adjusted —Strabismus (talk) 03:33, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- सुर बहार (sur bahār)
- ज़फ़र (zafar) - victory, profit, gain
- chāhiye -- same as "chāhie"?
- chāhie -- form of [चाहना] (Mujhko ... chāhie = I want)?
- dījiye -- imperative form of देना?
- mosambi -- sweet lime, a fruit
- ganga jamuna -- a drink made from orange and mosambi
- chickoo, chikoo, चिक्कू, chiku, or चीकू
- kachori -- a street food snack
- भार्गव (bhārgav)
- ganarajya = gana + raj ? Yes/No ?
- kya baat hai - very common exclamation uttered by listeners at concerts of Hindustani classical music
- bas - I removed the Hindi from bas as Hindi does not use the Latin script. Mglovesfun (talk) 11:23, 24 March 2010 (UTC)
- gota - refers to lentils such as masoor dal without skins
- भण्टा (bhaṇṭā)
- निवेदन (nivedan)
- फ़िराक़ (firāq)
- ठग्गी (tuggee)