Baal: 1 definition

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Baal 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 Baal has separate glossary definitions below, it also represents an alternative spelling of the word Bala.

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Hindi dictionary

Source: DDSA: A practical Hindi-English dictionary

Baal in Hindi refers in English to:—(nm) a hair; young one, a child; boy; a crack (in glass etc.); (nf) an ear of corn; ~[kamani] spring (in a watch); -[kala] childhood (days); -[keli/krida] infantile fun, childly/childish, frolics; ~[gopala] the children; ~[camdra] the crescent; ~[cara] a boyscout; •[samgha] a boyscouts, association; ~[carita] the fun and frolic of a child or children; infantile/childish/childly gambols; ~[toda] see [balatoda; -dhana] a minor’s property; -[pakshaghata] infantile paralysis; ~[pana] childhood; -[bacce] children; family; -[buddhi] puerility; childishness; boyishness; puerile, childish; boyish; -[brahmacari] a celibate all one’s life; -[bhava] child-like; childhood; boyishness; ~[mati] see ~[buddhi; ~ravi] the early morning sun; ~[roga] infantile/children’s disease; -[vadha] infanticide; -[vidhava] childhood widow; -[vivaha] early marriage, boyhood marriage; ~[surya] hair-removing; ~[sapha] see ~[ravi; ~hatha] childish insistence; -[ana/padana] to develop a crack; to have a fine crack; to have a hairy growth; -[ugana] hair to grow; -[ka kambala banana, -ki bheda banana] to exaggerate, to make a mountain out of a mole-hill; -[ki khala khimcana/nikalana] to split hairs; to indulge in hair-splitting; to be too carping; -[khimcadi hona] to have an abundant sprinkling of grey hair amongst black; -[pakana, dhupa mem] to age without experience;—[pakana, kisi kama mem] to age with constant experience (in a particular occupation); -[barabara] hair-breadth, very narrow; -[bamka na hona] to remain unscathed; to emerge from an ordeal without so much as a scratch; -[bala] the whole being; from head to foot; hair-breadth, very narrow; -[bala gajamoti pirona] to be adorned all over, to over-ornate oneself; -[bala gunahagara hona] to be a sinner through and through; to be every inch a sinner; -[bala bamdha hona] the whole being to be under a debt; to be thoroughly bound by obligation; -[bala bacana] to have a hair-breadth escape, to have a very narrow escape; -[sana hona/sapheda hona] the hair to turn grey, to become/get old..—baal (बाल) is alternatively transliterated as Bāla.

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