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shab-navardii

dasht-navardii

to roam around in wilderness, loiter, to walk, metaphorically: fun and frolic, travelling, freedom

shab kii shab

sahraa-navardii

travelling in the desert, wandering in the desert

shab-gha.Dii

dariyaa-navardii

shab KHuun pa.Dnaa

shab-aavez

shab-zaad

insomniac, someone who keeps awake at night

KHalaa-navardii

space voyage

shab-bedaariyo.n

zavaal-e-shab

decline of night, post-midnight

zaaG-e-shab

nocturnal bird

shab-maa.nda

stale, rancid, remained food

shab-furozii

shab-bedaariyaa.n

shab-'araqii

za.ngii-e-shab

darkness of night

ziyaafat-e-shab

dinner

murG-shab-KHvaa.n

shab-daarii

shab-daaj

shab-gardii

night patrol, guarding

shab-savaar

shab-ravii

sleepwalking, doing rounds by night, patrolling, watching at night

raa-navardii

passerby, wayfaring, travelling

rah-navardii

vagrancy in desert

sitaara-navardii

koh-navardii

shab-charaaGak

shab-KHezii

woke up at night for praying

shab-KHvaanii

shab-KHeziyaa

shab-taazii

shab-KHvaabii

night dress

shab-taaz

shab-guzaarii

spending night, doing prayer in the night

shab-afroz

kindling,flaming,warming up night

diyaar-e-shab

a moment of darkness, the time of night

daaman-e-shab

the last part of the nigh

shab-setaa.n

king's bedroom, bedroom, Haram-sara, the place of worship in Masque

shab-bedaar

one who keeps awake at night, waking or praying all night

shab-bedaarii

vigil, state of keeping awake

aaluuda-shab

shab-deg

dish of meat and turnips cooked all night

shab-gard

nocturnal, wanderer of night, night watchmen

dandaan-e-shab

KHaazin-e-shab

(met.) the moon, the beloved

shab-baaz

puppet-showman, (especially) one who plays at night

shab-baazii

puppet show by night

saaqii-e-shab

raqiibaan-e-shab

night watchmen

namaaz-e-shab

prayer of night, the salat of Isha, the salat of Tahajjud which offered from the midnight to beginning of early morning

murG-shab-KHez

shab-aaha.ng

the star of the morning

shab-zinda-daar

night of one who keeps vigil, alive

shaib

old age, whiteness (of the hair)

shab

night, night time

shib

Meaning of shab-navardii in English,

Hindi & Urdu

shab-navardii

शब-नवर्दीشَب نَوَرْدی

Critique (shab-navardii)

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Email

Comment

Origin: Persian

شَب نَوَرْدی کے اردو معانی

اسم، مؤنث

  • رات کو گھمنا ، پھرنا ، رات کو سفر کرنا.

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