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Lore meaning in Urdu

Lore Sentence

Early peoples passed on plant and animal lore through legend.

Lore Synonym

Lore Definitions

1) Lore, Traditional Knowledge : روایات کا علم ہونا : (noun) knowledge gained through tradition or anecdote.


Useful Words

Perception : علم , Unstudied : بے مطالعہ , Traditionally : روایتاً , Awareness : آگاہی , Unacquainted : ناواقف , Unbeknown : کسی کو بتائے بغیر , Inadvertently : بھولے سے , Bailiwick : مضمون , Educational : معلومات حاصل کرنا , Acquainted : واقف , Enquiry : تحقیق , Informed : باخبر , Quiz : امتحان لینا , Acquaintance : واقفیت , Eavesdrop : چھپ کر سننا , Ignorance : جہالت , Epistemology : نظریہ علم , Acquire : سیکھنا , Intellect : ذہانت , Instruct : سکھانا , Encyclopaedism : علم و فضل , Possess : مالک ہونا , Science : سائنس , Unbeknown : لاعلمی میں کچھ ہو جانا , Erudite : عالم , Cover : چھپانا , Give : معلومات مہیا کرنا , Disavowal : تسلیم کرنے سے انکار , Vacant : کورا , Knowingly : جان بوجھ کر , Unlearn : فراموش کرنا

Useful Words Definitions

Perception: knowledge gained by perceiving.

Unstudied: lacking knowledge gained by study often in a particular field.

Traditionally: according to tradition; in a traditional manner.

Awareness: having knowledge of.

Unacquainted: having little or no knowledge of.

Unbeknown: without someone`s knowledge.

Inadvertently: without knowledge or intention.

Bailiwick: a branch of knowledge.

Educational: providing knowledge.

Acquainted: having fair knowledge of.

Enquiry: a search for knowledge.

Informed: having much knowledge or education.

Quiz: examine someone's knowledge of something.

Acquaintance: personal knowledge or information about someone or something.

Eavesdrop: listen without the speaker`s knowledge.

Ignorance: the lack of knowledge or education.

Epistemology: the philosophical theory of knowledge.

Acquire: gain knowledge or skills.

Intellect: knowledge and intellectual ability.

Instruct: impart skills or knowledge to.

Encyclopaedism: profound scholarly knowledge.

Possess: have as an attribute, knowledge, or skill.

Science: a particular branch of scientific knowledge.

Unbeknown: (usually used with `to`) occurring or existing without the knowledge of.

Erudite: having or showing profound knowledge.

Cover: hide from view or knowledge.

Give: transmit (knowledge or skills).

Disavowal: denial of any connection with or knowledge of.

Vacant: void of thought or knowledge.

Knowingly: with full knowledge and deliberation.

Unlearn: try to forget; put out of one's memory or knowledge.

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