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Anthropology meaning in Urdu

Anthropology Sentence

He has interest in anthropology.

Anthropology Definitions

1) Anthropology : انسان کا مطالعہ : (noun) the social science that studies the origins and social relationships of human beings.


Useful Words

Anthropologist : ماہر بشریات , Archaeology : علم آثار قدیمہ , Thanatology : علم موت , Sociologist : ماہر عمرانیات , Affine : قرابت دار بوجہ شادی , Affinal : شادی سے متعلق , Blood Kinship : خونی رشتہ داری , Civics : علم شہریت , Affinity : شادی سے قائم شدہ رشتہ , Family Relationship : خونی رشتہ داری , Biologism : حیاتیت , Do-Gooder : فلاحی کام کرنے والا , Economic Science : معاشیات , Craniometry : کہوپڑی ناپنے کا علم , Onomastics : معانی کا علم , Social Scientist : معاشرتی علوم کا ماہر , Humanly : انسانی انداز میں , Anthropoid : آدم نما , Anthropolatry : انسان کی عبادت , Hominoidea : بن مانس , Haunch : کمر سے رانوں تک کا حصہ , Sacerdotalism : پاپائی نظام , Ogre : آدم خور , Dactyl : پیر ہاتھ کی انگلی , Disembodied Spirit : روح , Peoples : کسی خاص قوم برادری یا گروہ کا فرد , Divine Guidance : وحی , People : لوگ , Action : قدرتی عمل , Ape-Man : گم شدہ سلسلہ , Scapula : کاندھے کی ہڈی

Useful Words Definitions

Anthropologist: a social scientist who specializes in anthropology.

Archaeology: the branch of anthropology that studies prehistoric people and their cultures.

Thanatology: the branch of science that studies death (especially its social and psychological aspects).

Sociologist: a social scientist who studies the institutions and development of human society.

Affine: (anthropology) kin by marriage.

Affinal: (anthropology) related by marriage.

Blood Kinship: (anthropology) related by blood.

Civics: the social science of municipal affairs.

Affinity: (anthropology) kinship by marriage or adoption; not a blood relationship.

Family Relationship: (anthropology) relatedness or connection by blood or marriage or adoption.

Biologism: use of biological principles in explaining human especially social behavior.

Do-Gooder: someone devoted to the promotion of human welfare and to social reforms.

Economic Science: the branch of social science that deals with the production and distribution and consumption of goods and services and their management.

Craniometry: the branch of physical anthropology dealing with the study and measurement of dry skulls after removal of its soft parts.

Onomastics: the branch of lexicology that studies the forms and origins of proper names.

Social Scientist: someone expert in the study of human society and its personal relationships.

Humanly: in the manner of human beings.

Anthropoid: resembling human beings.

Anthropolatry: the worship of human beings.

Hominoidea: anthropoid apes and human beings.

Haunch: the hip and buttock and upper thigh in human beings.

Sacerdotalism: a belief that priests can act as mediators between human beings and God.

Ogre: (folklore) a giant who likes to eat human beings.

Dactyl: a finger or toe in human beings or corresponding body part in other vertebrates.

Disembodied Spirit: any incorporeal supernatural being that can become visible (or audible) to human beings.

Peoples: the human beings of a particular nation or community or ethnic group.

Divine Guidance: (theology) a special influence of a divinity on the minds of human beings.

People: (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively.

Action: a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings).

Ape-Man: hypothetical organism formerly thought to be intermediate between apes and human beings.

Scapula: either of two flat triangular bones one on each side of the shoulder in human beings.

Anthropology in Book Titles

Anthropology and Modern Life.
The Anthropology of Religious Conversion.
The Relevance of Models for Social Anthropology.
Designs for an Anthropology of the Contemporary.
An Anthropology of Biomedicine.

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