Dictionary entry: Cheng(Language: Meeteilon; Transcription: Cheng)


Meaning 1:(Common Noun) rice grains with the golden outer cover removed.
বাহিৰৰ সোণালী আৱৰণটো গুচোৱাৰ পাছত ধানৰ গুটি।

Synonym:
English: rice
Assamese: চাউল তণ্ডুল
Bodo: अंखाम
Khasi: khaw
Meeteilon: Cheng
Karbi: shangg
Kok-Borok: mairum
Nagamese: chawel
Dimasa: mairong
Ao: acang
Chakma: sool
Tiwa: rong
Deori: miroo miro
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Related Ideas: broken rice খুদ খুদ-কণ খুদ-চাউল ব্ৰহ্মকণ



Meaning 2:(Common Noun) the starchy seeds of an annual southeast Asian cereal grass, Oryza sativa that are cooked and used for food
ৰান্ধি খাদ্য হিচাপে গ্ৰহণ কৰা দক্ষিণ এছিয়াৰ ঘাঁহ জাতীয় শস্য ’অৰাইজা চেটাইভা’ৰ শৰ্কৰাযুক্ত গুটি

Synonym:
English: rice
Assamese: ভাত সিদ্ধ-চাউল ওদন চাউল সিজোৱা অন্ন
Mising: আপিন্ apin
Khasi: ja
Meeteilon: Cheng chaak
Bishnupriya Manipuri: ভাত
Karbi: an choran Choram
Kok-Borok: mai
Dimasa: makham
Ao: aca
Tai: khow খাৱ
Rabha: মায়
Tiwa: mai
Hajong: ভাত
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Dictionary entry: Cheng(Language: Karbi)


Meaning 1:(Material Noun) a member of the percussion group of musical instrument, technically classified as a membranophone. It consists of at least one membrane, called a drumhead or drum skin, that is stretched over a shell and struck, either directly with parts of a player's body, or with some sort of implement such as a drumstick, to produce sound. Drums are the world's oldest and most ubiquitous musical instruments, and the basic design has remained virtually unchanged for thousands of years.
হাত বা মাৰিৰে আঘাট কৰি বজোৱা বাদ্যযন্ত্ৰ।

Synonym:
English: drum
Assamese: ঢোল মৃদং মৃদঙ্গ
Bodo: दल; खाम
Mising: দুম্‌দুম্‌
Meeteilon: dholok
Mizo (Lushai): khuang
Karbi: Cheng
Dimasa: khram
Tiwa: khram
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Related Ideas: drum খোল pung



Dictionary entry: cheng(Language: Kok-Borok)


Meaning 1:(Verb-Trans.) to come or to bring sth into view, life, or activity
কিহবাক দৃষ্টি, জীৱন বা কাৰ্য্যলৈ অনা বা অহা
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Related Ideas: beginning commencement debut initiation start




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