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Brownie   Meaning in Urdu

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1. Brownie - Elf - Gremlin - Hob - Imp - Pixie - Pixy : بھوت : (noun) (folklore) fairies that are somewhat mischievous.

Faerie, Faery, Fairy, Fay, Sprite - a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers.

2. Brownie : چاکلیٹ کیک کا حصہ : (noun) square or bar of very rich chocolate cake usually with nuts.

Biscuit, Cookie, Cooky - any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit` is the British term).

Related Words

Browning - Toasting : بہوننا : cooking to a brown crispiness over a fire or on a grill. "Proper toasting should brown both sides of a piece of bread"

Brown - Brownness : خاکی رنگ : an orange of low brightness and saturation.

Useful Words

Bar - Barricade - Block - Block Off - Block Up - Blockade - Stop : ناکہ بندی کرنا : render unsuitable for passage. "Barricade the streets"

Cake : کیک : baked goods made from or based on a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and fat. "Get the cake"

Chocolate - Cocoa - Drinking Chocolate - Hot Chocolate : گرم چاکلیٹ شیک : a beverage made from cocoa powder and milk and sugar; usually drunk hot.

Faerie - Faery - Fairy - Fay - Sprite : خیالی مخلوق : a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers.

Crackpot - Crank - Fruitcake - Nut - Nut Case - Screwball : نیم پاگل : a whimsically eccentric person. "He is a fruitcake"

Rich : مالدار : possessing material wealth. "I too would have been rich"

More Or Less - Slightly - Somewhat : کچھ کچھ : to a small degree or extent. "Yes he seems somewhat familiar to me"

Square - Square Up : مربع بنانا : make square. "Square the circle"

Commonly - Normally - Ordinarily - Unremarkably - Usually : عام طور پر : under normal conditions. "Usually she was late"

Rattling - Real - Really - Very : بہت زیادہ : used as intensifiers; `real` is sometimes used informally for `really`; `rattling` is informal. "I know your activities very well"