Calanem, Calaṇēṃ, Calaṇeṃ: 2 definitions


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Source: DDSA: The Molesworth Marathi and English Dictionary

calaṇēṃ (चलणें).—v i (calana S through H. A defective verb, never used in the past tenses, seldom in the future and present, most frequently in the imperative mood, second person, and then corresponding with Come along, Come, Get on! get on!) To set (off, out, forth); to begin a journey or walk; to start. 2 It is sometimes misused for cālaṇēṃ.

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caḷaṇēṃ (चळणें).—v i (caḷa) To become fatuous, foolish, doting, idiotlike. 2 To err, blunder, mistake; to slip. 3 To slip aside; to deviate or depart from; to yield or give, lit. fig. 4 To slip from, i. e. to be missed, forgotten &c. 5 R To cry, whine, or bellow inappeasably--a child.

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cālaṇēṃ (चालणें).—v i (calana S) To move, go, get on, walk, march, travel. Ex. mī divasāsa pandharā kōsa cālatōṃ. 2 To proceed or make progress; to be in process or under performance. Ex. tyā vakilācē hātā- madhyēṃ mājhēṃ kāma yathāyōgya cālatēṃ; kōśa cālalā, ghara cālalēṃ &c. 3 To flow, pass, have a course--days, life: to continue on; to pass through successive ages--an estate, a fashion. Ex. hī mājhī vṛtti pāñcaśēṃ varṣēṃ cālalī. 4 To have effect, influence, prevalence. Ex. tyā manuṣyācēṃ kōṭhēṃhī cālata nāhīṃ. 5 To have currency; to be received, suffered, permitted--a coin, a tale, a statement, a course of conduct. Ex. hēṃ nāṇēṃ hī gōṣṭa tujhī cēṣṭā tyācī unāḍakī ēthēṃ cālaṇāra nāhīṃ. 6 To demean or conduct one's self; to behave. Ex. guru jasēṃ sāṅga- tāta tasēṃ cālāvēṃ. 7 To pass with; to serve, satisfy, content. Ex. ōlēṃ kōraḍēṃ jasēṃ miḷēla tasēṃ malā cālēla. 8 To act, work, be in action--a machine &c. 9 To walk or move with a particular air, gait, pace. 10 To suit, serve, answer, do; to be adapted or adequate to a purpose. 11 The applications of this verb are manifold; but of farther particularity the tediousness might be thought to overbalance the advantage. Be it borne in mind that its general import is progression or motion; and its slighter diversifications of sense in popular phraseology will give no perplexity. cālatā ghēṇēṃ To let pass; to make shift with. 2 To proceed; to go on. cālūna jāṇēṃ To fall upon; to attack.

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cāḷaṇēṃ (चाळणें).—v c (cālana S) To sift; to strain. 2 To turn (the tiles of a roof, the pages of a book, betel-leaves &c.): to sift (cards in hand). 3 To sift, explore, search (gharaghara, dēśadēśa, gāṃvagāṃva &c.) cāḷūnacāḷūna or cāḷūnapāḷūna Turning about or over and over; turning and shifting and changing.

Source: DDSA: The Aryabhusan school dictionary, Marathi-English

calaṇēṃ (चलणें).—v i To set (off, out, forth); to begin a journey or walk.

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caḷaṇēṃ (चळणें).—v i To become fatuous, foolish, doting, idiot-like. To err, blunder. To slip from.

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cālaṇēṃ (चालणें).—v i Move, walk; proceed. Flow. Have effect. Have currency. Behave. Pass with. Work. Suit. cālūna jāṇēṃ Fall upon; attack. cālatā ghēṇēṃ To let pass.

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cāḷaṇēṃ (चाळणें).—v t Sift; strain; turn; (the tiles &c.); search.

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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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