Meaning of 'nakha'

n m (S) A nail of a finger or toe. Pr. jethe nnakhane nkama hote ntethe nkurhada kasala Why use a sledge-hammer to drive in a tack? 2 A claw or talon (of birds or beasts). 3 n A fragrant drug, Unguis odoratus or Black Byzantino. 4 A scale (as of the khavalya marjara or Pangolin). 5 (For nakha- vikha) Poison of the nails. v badha, laga, dhava. apalinca nakhe ṃapanasa vikhe Expresses suffering from one's own malice or evil. Ps. xxxiv. 21. njethe nnakha nako tethe nkurhada lavane See the proverb at the head. To apply hard measures where the very slightest severity is unnecessary. nnakha drstisa na padane To be utterly covered or concealed. nnakha nakha bolane To speak loftily or floutingly, with a hoity toity air and toss. nnakhabhara A very small bit or quantity, a nailful. nakha sirane g. of s. To obtain entrance; to get a finger in. nnakha evadha Very small, little, scanty, petty, insignificant--a thing, a business, a debt, fault, person. nakha mbota- ṃvara-kama karane To do or act generally with delicate or dainty airs;--nkhelavine or ncalavine To amuse, beguile, bamboozle; to wind over one's thumb;--ncalane To walk mincingly or delicately;--njevane To eat daintily, with picking and tossing about;--ndivasa mojane To anticipate with impatient eagerness; to count the days. nnakhaṃla aga lagali (Fire has caught at the toe-nails.) Disaster or adversity is but begun (ajhuna sare ṃanga jalayace ṃahe). nakhi ndosa nahi or nnakhaṃla mati lagali nahi Castus ad unguem. nnakhe ncavita-kudatudita-vajavita basane (To sit biting or striking together one's nails.) To be out of employ: also to be baffled, foiled, posed.ṃ

Meaning of नख

n m (S) A nail of a finger or toe. Pr. जेथें नखानें काम होतें तेथें कुऱ्हाड कशाला Why use a sledge-hammer to drive in a tack? 2 A claw or talon (of birds or beasts). 3 n A fragrant drug, Unguis odoratus or Black Byzantino. 4 A scale (as of the खवल्या मार्जर or Pangolin). 5 (For नख- विख) Poison of the nails. v बाध, लाग, धाव. आपलींच नखें आपणास विखें Expresses suffering from one's own malice or evil. Ps. xxxiv. 21. जेथें नख नको तेथें कुऱ्हाड लावणें See the proverb at the head. To apply hard measures where the very slightest severity is unnecessary. नख दृष्टीस न पडणें To be utterly covered or concealed. नख नख बोलणें To speak loftily or floutingly, with a hoity toity air and toss. नखभर A very small bit or quantity, a nailful. नख शिरणें g. of s. To obtain entrance; to get a finger in. नखा एवढा Very small, little, scanty, petty, insignificant--a thing, a business, a debt, fault, person. नखां बोटां- वर-काम करणें To do or act generally with delicate or dainty airs;--खेळविणें or चाळविणें To amuse, beguile, bamboozle; to wind over one's thumb;--चालणें To walk mincingly or delicately;--जेवणें To eat daintily, with picking and tossing about;--दिवस मोजणें To anticipate with impatient eagerness; to count the days. नखांला आग लागली (Fire has caught at the toe-nails.) Disaster or adversity is but begun (अझून सारें अंग जळायाचें आहे). नखीं दोष नाहीं or नखांला माती लागली नाहीं Castus ad unguem. नखें चावीत-कुडतुडीत-वाजवीत बसणें (To sit biting or striking together one's nails.) To be out of employ: also to be baffled, foiled, posed.


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