Agog Ago Agnus Dei Agnosticism Agnostical Agnostic Agnosia Agnomen Agon Agonadal Agonal Agone Agonic Line Agonidae Agonise Agonised Agonising Agonist Agonistic Agonistical

Agon meaning in Urdu

Agon Definitions

1) Agon : یونانی میلہ : (noun) a festivity in ancient Greece at which competitors contended for prizes.


Useful Words

Agonist : مقابلہ کرنے والا , Aegean : بحر ایجیئن , Agora : قدیم یونانی بازار , Agora : قدیم یونانی اجتماع گاہ , Actium : قدیم یونانی شہر , Stater : طلائی سکوں میں سے کوئی ایک , Achaea : قدیم یونان کا علاقہ , Agonistic : قدیم یونانی مقابلہ , Classics : قدیم یونان کی ادبیات , Greece : گریس , Peplos : وہ کپڑا جو قدیم یونان میں عورتیں پہنا کرتی تھی , Herm : یونانی مجسمہ , Blowout : پرمسرت محفل , Conviviality : خر مستیاں , Raffle : لاٹری , Drawing : قرعہ اندازی , High Ground : سبقت , Semifinalist : آخری مقابلے سے قبل مقابلے کا کھلاڑی , Hurdle : رکاوٹ , Price Competition : مقابلہ نرخ , Sack Race : بوری دوڑ , Oligopoly : چند شخصی اجارہ داری , Babylon : عراق کا ایک قدیم شہر بابل , Greek : یونان کا باشندہ , Olympian : اولمپیا کا باشندہ , Peloponnese : یونان کاجنوبی سمندری جزیرہ , Alexander : سکندر اعظم , Battle Of Thermopylae : ایک جنگ , 17 November : اشتراکی انقلابی جماعت , First World War : پہلی جنگ عظیم , Latin : قدیم اطالیہ کا باشندہ

Useful Words Definitions

Agonist: someone involved in a contest or battle (as in an agon).

Aegean: an arm of the Mediterranean between Greece and Turkey; a main trade route for the ancient civilizations of Crete and Greece and Rome and Persia.

Agora: the marketplace in ancient Greece.

Agora: a place of assembly for the people in ancient Greece.

Actium: an ancient town on a promontory in western Greece.

Stater: any of the various silver or gold coins of ancient Greece.

Achaea: a region of ancient Greece on the north coast of the Peloponnese.

Agonistic: of or relating to the athletic contests held in ancient Greece.

Classics: study of the literary works of ancient Greece and Rome.

Greece: ancient Greece; a country of city-states (especially Athens and Sparta) that reached its peak in the fifth century BCE.

Peplos: a garment worn by women in ancient Greece; cloth caught at the shoulders and draped in folds to the waist.

Herm: a statue consisting of a squared stone pillar with a carved head (usually a bearded Hermes) on top; used in ancient Greece as a boundary marker or signpost.

Blowout: a gay festivity.

Conviviality: a boisterous celebration; a merry festivity.

Raffle: a lottery in which the prizes are goods rather than money.

Drawing: players buy (or are given) chances and prizes are distributed by casting lots.

High Ground: a position of superiority over opponents or competitors.

Semifinalist: one of four competitors remaining in a tournament by elimination.

Hurdle: a light movable barrier that competitors must leap over in certain races.

Price Competition: intense competition in which competitors cut retail prices to gain business.

Sack Race: a novelty race in which competitors jump ahead with their feet confined in a sack.

Oligopoly: (economics) a market in which control over the supply of a commodity is in the hands of a small number of producers and each one can influence prices and affect competitors.

Babylon: the chief city of ancient Mesopotamia and capital of the ancient kingdom of Babylonia.

Greek: a native or inhabitant of Greece.

Olympian: of the region of Olympia in Greece or its inhabitants.

Peloponnese: the southern peninsula of Greece; dominated by Sparta until the 4th century BC.

Alexander: king of Macedon; conqueror of Greece and Egypt and Persia; founder of Alexandria (356-323 BC).

Battle Of Thermopylae: a famous battle in 480 BC; a Greek army under Leonidas was annihilated by the Persians who were trying to conquer Greece.

17 November: a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization in Greece that is violently opposed to imperialism and capitalism and NATO and the United States; an active terrorist group during the 1980s.

First World War: a war between the allies (Russia, France, British Empire, Italy, United States, Japan, Rumania, Serbia, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Montenegro) and the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria) from 1914 to 1918.

Latin: an inhabitant of ancient Latium.

Related Words

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