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Cockchafer meaning in Urdu

Cockchafer Synonyms


Cockchafer Definitions

1) Cockchafer, May Beetle, May Bug, Melolontha Melolontha : یورپی بہونرا : (noun) any of various large European beetles destructive to vegetation as both larvae and adult.

Useful Words

Automeris Io : ایک قسم کا کیڑا , Machete : ایک بڑا چاقو , Bee Fly : شہد کی مکھی جیسی کوئی اور مکھی , Common Lilac : گل یاس , Plaice : ایک یورپی سپاٹ مچھلی , Maiger : ایک قسم کی مچھلی , Hirudo Medicinalis : جونک کی قسم , European Black Grouse : ہیت مرغی , European Wolf Spider : ٹارنٹو کی مکڑی , Aurochs : ناپید جنگلی بیل , Common Beech : برگت جیسا درخت , Common Oak : یورپی اوک کا درخت , Agrostemma Githago : گل چنگ , Coleoptera : بہونرے کی طرح کے کیڑے , Blister Beetle : بھنورا , Vegetate : اگانا , Whirligig Beetle : آبی بہونروں کی قسم , Dried-Up : خشک , Desert : ریگستان , Vegetal : نباتی , Mealworm : ایک قسم کا کیڑا , Firefly : جگنو , Herbage : چراہ گاہ , Compost : سڑی سبزیوں کی کھاد , Grub : کیڑوں کا بچہ , Bush : جھاڑ جھنکاڑ , Scrabbly : درخت اور جھاڑیاں سے ڈھکا ہوا , Patch : زمین کا ایک چھوٹا حصہ , Scum : گندگی کی تہ , Destructively : تباہ کن انداز سے , Cataclysmal : تباہ کن

Useful Words Definitions

Automeris Io: large yellow American moth having a large eyelike spot on each hind wing; the larvae have stinging spines.

Machete: a large heavy knife used in Central and South America as a weapon or for cutting vegetation.

Bee Fly: hairy nectar-eating fly that resembles a bee; larvae are parasitic on larvae of bees and related insects.

Common Lilac: large European lilac naturalized in North America having heart-shaped ovate leaves and large panicles of highly fragrant lilac or white flowers.

Plaice: flesh of large European flatfish.

Maiger: large European marine food fish.

Hirudo Medicinalis: large European freshwater leech formerly used for bloodletting.

European Black Grouse: large northern European grouse that is black with a lyre-shaped tail.

European Wolf Spider: large southern European spider once thought to be the cause of tarantism (uncontrollable bodily movement).

Aurochs: large recently extinct long-horned European wild ox; considered one of the ancestors of domestic cattle.

Common Beech: large European beech with minutely-toothed leaves; widely planted as an ornamental in North America.

Common Oak: medium to large deciduous European oak having smooth leaves with rounded lobes; yields hard strong light-colored wood.

Agrostemma Githago: European annual having large trumpet-shaped reddish-purple flowers and poisonous seed; a common weed in grainfields and beside roadways; naturalized in America.

Coleoptera: beetles.

Blister Beetle: beetle that produces a secretion that blisters the skin.

Vegetate: produce vegetation.

Whirligig Beetle: aquatic beetle that circles rapidly on the water surface.

Dried-Up: (used especially of vegetation) having lost all moisture.

Desert: arid land with little or no vegetation.

Vegetal: composed of vegetation or plants.

Mealworm: the larva of beetles of the family Tenebrionidae.

Firefly: nocturnal beetle common in warm regions having luminescent abdominal organs.

Herbage: succulent herbaceous vegetation of pasture land.

Compost: a mixture of decaying vegetation and manure; used as a fertilizer.

Grub: a soft thick wormlike larva of certain beetles and other insects.

Bush: dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes.

Scrabbly: sparsely covered with stunted trees or vegetation and underbrush.

Patch: a small area of ground covered by specific vegetation.

Scum: a film of impurities or vegetation that can form on the surface of a liquid.

Destructively: in a destructive manner.

Cataclysmal: severely destructive.