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Aka (English) [ IPA: aka ASM: অকা]
Contributed by: Aklantika Saikia on 2013-02-16
1. (Adverb) Also named or known as এই নামেৰেও জনা যায় (বিকল্প নাম)
English: a.k.a., Aka, alias,
Assamese: ওৰফে, ওৰ্ফ

Contributed by: Prasanta Borah (প্ৰশান্ত বৰা) on 2008-02-08
2. Sociology(Common Noun-Common) a hill tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. The Aka, also known as Hrusso, are found in the Thrinzo area in West Kameng and East Kameng of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. Their language belongs to the Tibeto-Burman family.Polygamy is widely practiced in their patrilineal society, and the social factor of cross-cousin marriages are accepted. অৰুণাচল প্ৰদেশৰ পাহাৰীয়া জনজাতি । পূব আৰু পশ্চিম কামেং অঞ্চলত ঘাইকৈ বসতি লক্ষ্য কৰা যায় ।
English: Aka, Hrusso,
Assamese: অঁকা, হ্ৰুছু

aka (Garo)
Contributed by: Bikram M Baruah on 2007-04-28
Ref: Merian Dictionary Eng to Garo by D. S. Nengminza
3. (Verb-Trans.) to lift something from the ground তলৰ পৰা কোনো বস্তু ওপৰলৈ লৈ আহ্
English: pick,
Assamese: খৰিকা, বুটল,
Bodo: खानाय,
Mising: ti,
Khasi: kheit, puh, sam, tam, tuh,
Garo: aka, basea, chikteta, chimonga, kolama, su.a, sua,
Karbi: hum,
Dimasa: kon, konku,
Deori: কুঁৱা, বুগাদু

Contributed by: Mousumi Konwar on 2023-05-13
4. (Verb-Trans.) to pull off fruit, brance or leave from a tree গছৰপৰা ফল, ডাল বা পাত টানি আঁতৰাই দে
English: pick, pluck,
Assamese: ছিং, পাৰ,
Bodo: खा,
Mising: o, pek, pur,
Garo: aka, teta,
Karbi: kilik,
Dimasa: kao, pi,
Nepali: चुडनु, टिपनु,
Deori: , কজি

Related Idea:

a. Verb-Trans.: pluck, uproot, উঘাল্‌, উভঞ্জ‌‌, উভাল্‌...

Contributed by: Mousumi Konwar on 2023-05-13
5. (Verbal Noun) the act of falling and rolling over ground মাটিত পৰি বাগৰি যোৱা কাৰ্য্য

aka (Karbi)
Contributed by: Sarthe Teron Milik (ছাৰ্থে টেৰন মিলিক) on 2013-06-01
6. (Common Noun-Masculine) A brother (may or may not be of same parents) who is elder than yourself. নিজতকৈ বয়সত ডাঙৰ ভাতৃ ৷ কেতিয়াবা নিজৰ সহোদৰ ভাতৃ নহ’লেও এইদৰে সম্বোধন কৰা হয় ৷
English: brother, elder brother,
Assamese: ককাই, ককাইটি, ককাইদেউ, ককায়েক, কা, কা কা, দাদা, বৰভাই,
Bodo: आदा, बिदा,
Mising: ange, bire, kai,
Garo: Ada,
Bishnupriya Manipuri: দাদা,
Karbi: aka, Ik, ka,
Monpa: aaw,
Kok-Borok: ata, bwta,
Nagamese: dada, kaka, kokai, kokaideo,
Dimasa: ada, bada, dada, nada,
Tai: chai, কাই,
Kaubru (Reang): ata, mta,
Hindi: दादा, भैया,
Nepali: दाइ, दाजु,
Rabha: আদা,
Tiwa: khai,
Deori: কাই

Antonyms:

a. Common Noun-Masculine: brother, younger brother, ভাই, ভাইটি, ভায়েক...

Opp. Gender:

b. Common Noun-Feminine: elder sister, sister, অগ্ৰজা, জ্যেষ্ঠা, নী...

Super Idea:

c. Common Noun-Masculine: brother, উপজ, ভাতৃ, ভৈয়াই, ভ্ৰাতা...