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Gujarati: Gigantic Set

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air, weather
huvā
climate
huvā-pānee
clouds
vādlāñ
coast
kātho
country
desh
darkness
uñdhārooñ
desert
run
dust
dhool
dust
mātee
earth
pruthvee
fire
āg
flood
feeñ
hill
tekree
island
bet
lake
surovur
light
ujvālooñ
lightning
vijlee
moon
chuñdr
moonlight
chañdnee
mountain
purvut
mud
kāduv
nature
koodrut
ocean
muhā-sāgur
rain
vursād
river
nudee
sea
duriyo
sky
ākāsh
snow, ice
buruf
stars
tārā
storm
tofān
sun
soory
thunder
gurjunā
town
shuher
village
gāmdooñ
waves
mojān
wind
puwun
ant
kidee
donkey
gudhedo
bird
pushoo
buffalo
bheñs
bugs
māñkud
bullock
bulud
camel
ooñt
cat
bilādee
cow
gāy
crow
kāgdo
dog
kootro
duck
butuk
eagle
gurood
elephant
hāthee
fly
mākhee
frogs
dedkāñ
goat
bukro
horse
ghodo
sheep
ghetooñ
lion
siñh
lizard
gurolee
monkey
vāñdro
mosquito
much-chur
mouse
ooñdur
mule
kuchur
peacock
mor
pigeon
kubootur
snake
sāp
spider
kuroliyo
squirrel
khiskolee
wasp
bhumro
almond
budām
apple
sufurjun
bamboo
vāñs
bananas
soneree kelāñ
cabbage
kobee
carrots
gājur
coconut
nāliyer
cucumber
kākdee
flower
fool
fruit
ful
garlic
lusun
gourd
doodhee
grapes
drāksh
guava
jāmful
jack-fruit
funus
lemon
leeñboo
maize
mukāi
mango
keree
mint
foodeeno
onion
dooñglee
orange
nāruñgee
pineapple
unenās
plantains
kelāñ
potatoes
butātāñ
pumpkin
kolooñ
tree
jhād
vegetables
shāk-bhājee
watermelon
turbooch
afternoon
bupor-puchee
beginning
shroo
dawn
prubhāt
day
divus
every day
dur-roj
in a few days
thodā divus-mañ
a few days ago
thodā divus puhelāñ
end
ākhur
evening
sāñj
holiday
tuhevār
hour
kulāk
last night
gui rāte
later
modethee
noon
bupor
month
muhino
last
guyo
next
āvuto
night
rāt
nightly
roj rāte
now
humnāñ
nowadays
ājkāl
time
vukhkut
today
āj
tomorrow
āvtee kāl
tomorrow morning
kāl suvāre
tonight
āj rāte
dusk
suñdhyā
week
uthvādiyooñ
whole
ākhooñ
year
vursh
yesterday
gui-kāl
morning
suvār
bread
rotlee
breakfast
nāsto
broth
shervo
bun
pooree
butter
mākhun
cheese
puneer
cream
mulāi
curds
duhiñ
dinner
khānooñ
eggs
iñdāñ
food
khorāk
honey
mudh
jam
moorbbo
meat
gos
millet
bājree
milk
doodh
pepper
muree
pickle
uthānooñ
lentils
dāl
rice
chokhā
sago
sāboo-chokhā
salt
meethooñ
sugar
khāñd
lunch
vāloo
tea
chāy
flour
lot
belt
kumur-puto
blanket
dhāblee
cap
topee
clothes
kupdāñ
comb
dāntiyo
curtain
pud-do
cotton
sootur
handkerchief
roomāl
pillow
oshikooñ
pillowcase
gulef
pocket
gujvooñ
purse
thelee
sheet
ochād
shirt
khumees
shoes
jodā
socks
mojān
towel
toovāl
umbrella
chutree
soap
sāboo
balcony
gokh
bathroom
humāmkhānā
bedroom
shuyungruh
carpet
shetruñjee
chair
khoorsee
box
petee
click
ghudiyāl
cupboard
kubāt
cups and saucers
pyālā-rukābee
door
bārunooñ
fan
puñkho
fork
kānto
key
chāvee
kitchen
rusodooñ
knife
churee
lock
tālooñ
mirror
uriso
paper
kāgul
pen
kulum
pencil
sisāpen
razor
ustro
roof
chāprooñ
scissors
kātur
staircase
dādur
steps
puguthiyāñ
table
mej
tray
khoomcho
cup
pyālā
umbrella
chutree
wall
deevāl
bridge
pool
building
mukān
bush
jhādee
cattle
dhor
ditch
khāi
envelope
kuvur
fence
vād
farm
khetur
flag
vāvto
footpath
kedee
grass
ghās
forest
juñgul
guest
muhemān
happiness
sookh
joy
ānund
street
sheree
mosque
musjid
peace
shānti
school
nishāl
theater
nātukshālā
tree
jhād
a few
thodā
any
ko
anyone
hur-koi
each
durek
every
durek
how big?
kevudooñ
how many?
ketla
how much?
ketlooñ
little
thodooñ
some (number)
thodāk
some (quantity)
thodooñk
something
kān-ik
so many
ātlā
so much
ātlooñ
that
pelooñ
this
ā
what?
shooñ
which?
kuyooñ
who?
kon
whom?
kone
whose?
konooñ
bad
khurāb
beautiful
khoob-soorut
bitter
kudvooñ
black
kālooñ
blue
vādlee
brave
buhādoor
brown
bhooro
cheap
sustooñ
clever
hoshiyār
cold
thuñdo
dark
uñdhāro
costly
moñghooñ
dirty
guñdooñ
dry
sookooñ
easy
suhelo
false
jootho
fat
jādo
feeble
dooblo
fierce
vikrāl
stupid
moorkh
fresh
tājoon
good
sāro
large
moto
green
leelo
happy
sookhee
hard
sukhut
heavy
bhāre
hungry
bhookhyo
ill
māñdo
long
lañbooñ
narrow
sāñkdooñ
new
nuvooñ
old
joonooñ
poor
gureeb
pretty
sooñdur
private
khāngee
clean
sāf
quiet
shāñt
proud
mugroor
red
lāl
rich
paisādār
ripe
pākooñ
sharp
tej
short
tooñkooñ
slow
dheemo
small
nānooñ
soft
nurum
sour
khātooñ
strong
mujboot
sweet
meethooñ
thick
jādooñ
thin
pātlooñ
thirsty
tursyo
true
sācho
useful
oopyogee
hot
gurum
wet
bheeno
white
dholo
wide
puholo
wise
dāhyo
yellow
peelo
to be able
shukvooñ
to acquire
meluv-vooñ
to agree
multā thuvooñ
to allow
devooñ
to answer
juvāb devo
to arrive
puhoñch-vooñ
to ask
poochvooñ
to awake
jāgvooñ
to begin
shuroo kurvooñ
to believe
māgvooñ
to bring
lāv-vooñ
to build
bāñdhvooñ
to buy
khureed-kurvooñ
to call
bolāv-voon
to carry
lui-juvooñ
to catch
pukudvooñ
to come
āvuvooñ
to complain
furiyād kurvee
to be confused
gubhrāi juvooñ
to continue
chāloo rakhvooñ
to cook
roñdhvooñ
to cover
dhāñkvooñ
to cheat
cheturvooñ
to depart
chālya juvooñ
to describe
kurnun kurvooñ
to desire
ich-chvooñ
to dine
jumvooñ
to die
muree juvooñ
to be lost
goom thuvooñ
to do
kurvooñ
to drink
peevooñ
to eat
khāvooñ
to be busy
kām-māñ hovooñ
to enjoy
bhoguv-vooñ
to explain
sumjāv-vooñ
to fall
pudvooñ
to find
shodhvooñ
to finish
poorooñ kurvooñ
to forget
bhoolee juvooñ
to get
meluv-vooñ
to give
āpvooñ
to go
juvooñ
to go away
chālyā juvooñ
to hear
sāñbhulvooñ
to hold
pukdee rākhvooñ
to hope
āshā rākhvee
to imagine
dhārvooñ
to joke
mushkuree kurvee
to know
jānvooñ
to laugh
husvooñ
to learn
sheekhvooñ
to lie down
pudee ruhevooñ
to lift
oochukvooñ
to light
sulgāv-vooñ
to like
chāhvooñ
to listen
sāñbhulvooñ mānvooñ
to live
ruhevooñ
to see
jovooñ
to lose
khovooñ
to love
chāhvooñ
to make
bunāv-vooñ
to meet
mulvooñ
to move
khusvooñ
to open
ooghādvooñ
to paint
ruñgvooñ
to pay
paisā āpvā
to play
rumvooñ
to pray
prārthnā kurvee
to put
mookvooñ
to read
vānchvooñ
to regret
dilgeer thuvooñ
to remember
yād rākhvooñ
to repeat
fureethee bolvooñ
to rest
ārām levo
to return
pāchā āv-vooñ
to see
mulvooñ
to search
shodhvooñ
to sell
vechvooñ
to send
mokulvooñ
to send for
muñgāv-vooñ
to shut
buñdh kurvooñ
to sit
besvooñ
to sleep
soovooñ
to speak
bolvooñ
to stand
oobhā thuvooñ
to stay
rukevooñ
to study
bhuñvooñ
to swim
turvooñ
to take
levooñ
to talk
vāt kurvee
to taste
chākhvooñ
to tell
kuhevooñ
to try
yutn kurvo
to understand
sumujvooñ
to wait
rāh jovee
to walk
chālvooñ
to want
juroor hovee
to work
kām kurvooñ
to stop
utukvooñ
to write
lukhvooñ
about
āspās
above
oopur
after
puchee
afterwards
tyār-puchee
again
fureethee
against
sāme
almost
lugbhug
also
unlee
although
jo-ke
always
humeshā
and
une
as much as
jetlooñ-tetlooñ
at first
puhelāñ
because
kārun ke
before
puhelāñ
behind
pāchul
below
neeche
between
vuch-che
but
pun
during
durmiyān
early
vuhelooñ
elsewhere
beeje
except
sivāy
without
vinā
far
door
hardly
bhagyej
here
uhiñ
how
kem
however
topun
if
jo-to
soon
turut
in
māñ
indeed
kurekhur
inside
uñdur
instead
budle
right now
humnāñ
late
modooñ
much
buhoo
near
nujik
not
nahi
now
huve
of course
ulbutt
often
vāruñ-var
only
mātr
or
uthvā
otherwise
nuhito
outside
buhār
perhaps
kudāch
quickly
juldee
since
thuyāñ
so
em
sometimes
koi-koi-vār
suddenly
uchānuk
then
puchee
there
tyañ
together
sāthe
towards
turuf
with
sāthe
at present
hāl
for
māte
water
pānee
town
gām