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নাও

উইকিঅভিধান, মুক্ত অভিধান থেকে

অসমীয়া[সম্পাদনা]

উচ্চারণ[সম্পাদনা]

ব্যুৎপত্তি 1[সম্পাদনা]

সংস্কৃত নাৱা (nāvā) থেকে প্রাপ্ত, from Proto-Indo-European *néh₂us. Cognates include Sylheti ꠘꠣꠅ (নাঅ), হিন্দি नाव (নাৱ), উর্দু ناو (nāō), প্রাচীন গ্রিক ναῦς (naûs), লাতিন nāvis (ship) and ফার্সি ناو.

বিশেষ্য[সম্পাদনা]

নাও (naü)

  1. boat
শব্দরুপ[সম্পাদনা]
Declension of
nominative নাও / নাৱে
naü / nawe
genitive নাৱৰ
nawor
nominative নাও / নাৱে
naü / nawe
accusative নাও / নাৱক
naü / nawok
dative নাৱলৈ
nawoloi
terminative নাৱলৈকে
nawoloike
instrumental নাৱে / নাৱেৰে
nawe / nawere
genitive নাৱৰ
nawor
locative নাৱত
nawot
Notes
Noun: Assamese nouns are indefinite. They can be both singular and plural depending on the context. They are made definite by using classifiers and plural suffixes which also make them either singular and plural.
Plural: The general plural suffixes are: -বোৰ (-bür) and -বিলাক (-bilak) (less common). Others which have specific functions include -সমূহ (-xomuh), -সকল (-xokol), -হঁত (-hõt) etc.
Nominative: The -এ (-e) suffix is used when the noun works as an agent and the verb is transitive.
Accusative: -অক (-ok) is used for animate sense and for emphasis. No case marking otherwise.
Dative 1: For direct objects -অক (-ok) marks this case instead of -অলৈ (-oloi).
Dative 2: In some dialects -অক (-ok) or -অত (-ot) marks this case instead of -অলৈ (-oloi).
Terminative: Vaguely -অলৈ (-oloi) can mark this case too.
Instrumental 1: -এ (-e) is unemphatic and -এৰে (-ere) is emphatic and more common.
Instrumental 2: Alternatively -এদি (-edi) is used instead of the default -এৰে (-ere) in Standard Assamese.
Locative: The locative suffix is -এ (-e) in repetition of the word, with adverbs and days of the week.
উদ্ভূত শব্দ[সম্পাদনা]
  • (naükhel)
  • (naüboisa)

ব্যুৎপত্তি 2[সম্পাদনা]

সংস্কৃত নামন্ (nāman) থেকে প্রাপ্ত, from Proto-Indo-Iranian *Hnā́man-, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁nómn̥.

বিকল্প বানান[সম্পাদনা]

বিশেষ্য[সম্পাদনা]

নাও (naü) (classifier -টো)

  1. (uncommon) name
শব্দরুপ[সম্পাদনা]
Declension of
nominative নাও / নাওে
naü / naüe
genitive নাওৰ
naüor
nominative নাও / নাওে
naü / naüe
accusative নাও / নাওক
naü / naüok
dative নাওলৈ
naüoloi
terminative নাওলৈকে
naüoloike
instrumental নাওে / নাওেৰে
naüe / naüere
genitive নাওৰ
naüor
locative নাওত
naüot
Notes
Noun: Assamese nouns are indefinite. They can be both singular and plural depending on the context. They are made definite by using classifiers and plural suffixes which also make them either singular and plural.
Plural: The general plural suffixes are: -বোৰ (-bür) and -বিলাক (-bilak) (less common). Others which have specific functions include -সমূহ (-xomuh), -সকল (-xokol), -হঁত (-hõt) etc.
Nominative: The -এ (-e) suffix is used when the noun works as an agent and the verb is transitive.
Accusative: -অক (-ok) is used for animate sense and for emphasis. No case marking otherwise.
Dative 1: For direct objects -অক (-ok) marks this case instead of -অলৈ (-oloi).
Dative 2: In some dialects -অক (-ok) or -অত (-ot) marks this case instead of -অলৈ (-oloi).
Terminative: Vaguely -অলৈ (-oloi) can mark this case too.
Instrumental 1: -এ (-e) is unemphatic and -এৰে (-ere) is emphatic and more common.
Instrumental 2: Alternatively -এদি (-edi) is used instead of the default -এৰে (-ere) in Standard Assamese.
Locative: The locative suffix is -এ (-e) in repetition of the word, with adverbs and days of the week.
উদ্ভূত শব্দ[সম্পাদনা]
  • (ninaü)

বাংলা[সম্পাদনা]

বিকল্প বানান[সম্পাদনা]

ব্যুৎপত্তি[সম্পাদনা]

From সংস্কৃত নৌ (nau) or ফার্সি ناو, from Proto-Indo-European *néh₂us.

বিশেষ্য[সম্পাদনা]

নাও (প্রতিবর্ণীকরণ প্রয়োজন)

  1. boat

উদ্ভূত শব্দ[সম্পাদনা]

তথ্যসূত্র[সম্পাদনা]