Aag: 1 definition
Aag means something in Hindi. If you want to know the exact meaning, history, etymology or English translation of this term then check out the descriptions on this page. Add your comment or reference to a book if you want to contribute to this summary article.
Ambiguity: Although Aag has separate glossary definitions below, it also represents an alternative spelling of the word Aga.
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Hindi dictionarySource: DDSA: A practical Hindi-English dictionary
Aag in Hindi refers in English to:—(nf) fire;—[ka parakala,—ka putala] a fire-eater, fire brand, an extremely hot-tempered/hot-headed man;—[khana amgara hagana] to eat fire, to emit fumes;—[dena] to perform funeral rites; -[para pani dalana] to pacify/calm down (all infuriated persons);—[para lotana] to be uneasy or restless, to be consumed with jealousy, envy etc.; —[pani/phusa ka baira] innate mutual hostility;—[phamkana] to boast enormously, to lie grossly; ~[babula hona] to be inflamed, to fly in to a rage; —[barasana] lit. shedding of fire, meaning to have scorching heat (also see—[barasana]); (for something) to be scarce and expensive; —[barasana] to bombaid, to cannonate (also see—[barasana]);—[bhada vana] to stir or blow the fire (of), to fah the flame (of), to pour oil on fire;—[mem kudana] to jump into fire, to create troubles for oneself;—[mem ghi dalana] to fan the flame, to pour oil on fire; to add fuel to the fire;—[mem jhomkana] to thrust into the fire, to put in trouble;—[mem pani dalana] to extinguish the fire, to cause a quarrel to end;—[lagakara tamasha dekhana] to excite a quarrel and then to enjoy it;—[lagakara pani ko daudana]lit. 'to run for water after setting fire to' —meaning, to make show of curing an evil caused by oneself; —[lage para kuam khodana] to shut the stable door after the horse is stolen; —[se khelana] to play with fire;—[se khelana khatare se khali nahim] it is dangerous to play with edged tools; —[hona] to be furious, to be in a rage, to have one’s blood up..—aag (आग) is alternatively transliterated as Āga.
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Ends with (+11): Aule-saag, Baag, Bachnaag, Baraamasi saag, Bhaag, Bhirin-saag, Chimati-saag, Daag, Danti-saag, Ful nag, Gudresaag, Jhaag, Kennasuri saag, Kulfa-saag, Laag, Latte-saag, Lede-saag, Luduru saag, Lunde-saag, Mechiyaa-saag.
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Vernacular architecture of Assam (by Nabajit Deka)
Architecture (a): A Typical Assamese Homestead < [Chapter 3]
Puppetry in Assam (by Gitali Saikia)