Gholanem, Ghōḷaṇēṃ, Gholaṇeṃ: 2 definitions
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Marathi-English dictionarySource: DDSA: The Molesworth Marathi and English Dictionary
ghōḷaṇēṃ (घोळणें).—n A stick with a cloth at the end. Used to stir about grain whilst parching it. See ghāṭū.
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ghōḷaṇēṃ (घोळणें).—v c sometimes ghōḷaviṇēṃ v c ( H) To shake about; to agitate briskly (things gen. for the purpose of separating or of mingling). 2 To pull and push violently; to handle roughly and injuriously. 3 To shuffle (cards). 4 To argue, discuss, bandy, debate, dispute: to revolve mentally; to ponder on; to consider. 5 To tease, annoy, harass; to give trouble, vexation, and distress. Ex. śrlōkānēṃ malā cāra ghaṭakā ghōḷalēṃ tēvhāṃ lāgalā; ghōḍyānēṃ malā divasabhara ghōḷalēṃ maga sāmpaḍalā; dōna mahinē dukhaṇyānēṃ ghōḷalēṃ. 6 To smooth (by scraping, shaving, or slicing off). Ex. kuṛhāḍīcā dāṇḍā amaḷasā ghōḷa maga cāṅgalā basēla. 7 To question closely and sternly, to cross-examine. Ex. cōrāsa jēvhāṃ ghōḷa ghōḷūna ghētalēṃ tēvhāṃ kabūla jhālā. 8 To practise or exercise in; to break in or accustom to. Ex. tyā kāmānta mī navaśikā navhēṃ dōna varṣē ghōḷalēlā āhēṃ; hā ghōḍā cāra rōja ghōḷalā mhaṇajē basāyāsa yēīla. 9 To have much to do with, much fingering and handling of. Ex. hātīṃ rupayē ghōḷā- vayājōgā kāmāvara pramāṇīka māṇūsa ṭhēvāvā. 10 To use; to bring under wear and tear. Ex. hā aṅga- rakhā khaḍakhaḍīta lāgatō paṇa dōna rōja ghōḷalā mhaṇajē maū hōīla. ghōḷūna ghōḷūna (karaṇēṃ-khāṇēṃ-ghēṇēṃ-dēṇēṃ-&c.) Changingly; by turns; in regular succession; one after another. Ex. nitya ēkaca brāhmaṇāsa dāna dētōsa hēṃ kāya ghōḷūna ghōḷūna sāṅgāvēṃ mhaṇajē sarvāsa pōñcēla; pāgōṭīṃ ghōḷūna ghōḷūna ghātalīṃ mhaṇajē sarva sārakhīṃ maḷatāta. 2 Shaking, pulling, pushing &c. backwards and forwards, that way and this: bandying, debating, worrying, sifting &c. See in general the senses above, understanding them as enhanced by this reduplication.Source: DDSA: The Aryabhusan school dictionary, Marathi-English
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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Ends with: Lolanem Gholanem.
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