Gahara, Gaharā: 1 definition
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Hindi dictionarySource: DDSA: A practical Hindi-English dictionary
Gaharā (गहरा):—(a) deep; profound; intimate, close (as [gaharī destī]); bold (as—[raṃga]) secretive; grave (as—[saṃkaṭa]); sound (as [gaharī nīṃda]) intricate, unintelligible (as [gaharī cāla]); strong (as [gaharī bhāṃga]); —[a]([ा])[sāmī] a well-to-do guy; a rich prey; —[peṭa] undivulging nature/disposition, secretive temperament; —[hātha māranā] to reap a rich harvest; to inflict a severe stroke; [gaharī cāla calanā] to play a deep game; [gaharī chananā] to take a strong dose of bhag; to be extremely intimate/friendly; [gaharī paiṭha] profound understanding (of); [gaharī sāṃsa bharanā] to heave a deep sigh; [gahare pānī paiṭhanā] to delve deep (into).
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Ends with: Adhobhagahara, Agahara, Aggahara, Angahara, Bhagahara, Bhinnabhagahara, Mahayajnabhagahara, Rogahara, Sarangahara, Sarvarogahara, Ubhayabhagahara, Ubhayatobhagahara, Urdhvabhagahara, Vankahara.
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