Amritacem Jevana Mutacem Ancavana, aka: Amṛtācēṃ Jēvaṇa Mutācēṃ Āñcavaṇa, Amṛtāceṃ Jevaṇa Mutāceṃ Āñcavaṇa; 1 Definition(s)

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Amritacem Jevana Mutacem Ancavana means something in Marathi. 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.

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amṛtācēṃ jēvaṇa mutācēṃ āñcavaṇa (अमृताचें जेवण मुताचें आंचवण).—A term for any grand, ample, or magnificent commencement issuing in pettiness or meanness. pāsalā pāḍūna a0 pājaṇēṃ To force one to his weal or good.

(Source): DDSA: The Molesworth Marathi and English Dictionary
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Marathi is an Indo-European language having over 70 million native speakers people in (predominantly) Maharashtra India. Marathi, like many other Indo-Aryan languages, evolved from early forms of Prakrit, which itself is a subset of Sanskrit, one of the most ancient languages of the world.

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Ancavana
añcavaṇa (अंचवण).—n Washing the hands & mouth after a meal.--- OR --- āñcavaṇa (आंचवण).—See und...
Jevana
jēvaṇa (जेवण).—n Making a meal. A meal, the food served.
Najuka Jevana
nājūka jēvaṇa (नाजूक जेवण).—n Daintiness in eating: also delicateness or weakness of appetite.
Bharagacci Jevana
bharagaccī jēvaṇa (भरगच्ची जेवण).—n Stuffing one's belly with good things, gorging, gormandizin...
Najuka-jevana
nājūka-jēvaṇa (नाजूक-जेवण).—n Daintiness in eating; delicateness or weakness of appetite.
Khana
khaṇa (खण).—m A division of the khaṇāḷēṃ. An a part- ment of a building. A drawer. A story of a...
Tuka
ṭūka (टूक).—f The secret or key of a contrivance or process. v sādha, sāmpaḍa. Knack, readi- ne...
Hata
haṭa (हट).—m Obstinacy. A grudge. haṭa jiraṇēṃ Recover from one's fit of sulks or obstinacy. ha...
Thayabasalya
ṭhāyabasalyā (ठायबसल्या).—ad ind Whilst seated in one's place; whilst quite at home.
Ancavanem
añcavaṇēṃ (अंचवणें).—v i Wash one's mouth after a meal. Lose utterly.
Divasabhariyaca
divasābhaṛyācā (दिवसाभऱ्याचा).—a Relating to the whole day, (that has been, is &c.) through the...
Bharacakka
bharacakkā (भरचक्का).—a A bounding in good things- a feast. To the full.
Nagada
nagada (नगद).—n Ready money or cash. The prime or choice portion of anything. nagada hōūna basa...
Takanem
ṭakaṇēṃ (टकणें).—v i To look at with wishful or in- tent look; to gaze, to stare.--- OR --- ṭāk...
Shadha
sādhā (साधा).—a Plain, simple; artless.

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