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Nelson meaning in Urdu

Nelson Synonyms


Nelson Definitions

1 of 2) Nelson, Admiral Nelson, Horatio Nelson, Lord Nelson, Viscount Nelson : انگریز بحری افسر : (noun) English admiral who defeated the French fleets of Napoleon but was mortally wounded at Trafalgar (1758-1805).

2 of 2) Nelson : کشتی میں ایک قسم کا دائو لگانا : (noun) any of several wrestling holds in which an arm is passed under the opponent's arm from behind and the hand exerts pressure on the back of the neck.

Useful Words

Commodore : بحریہ کا افسر , Rear Admiral : معاون امیر البحر , Admiral : بحریہ کا ایک اعلی عہدہ دار , Captain Horatio Hornblower : فرضی انگریز بحری افسر , Admiralty : اڈمرل کا دفتر , Aaron Burr : امریکی سیاستدان , Agincourt : فرانس کی لڑائی , Admiral Nimitz : جنگ عظیم کا امریکی اڈمرل , Milord : حضور والا , Hawkins : انگریز سمندری قزاق , Noah Webster : امریکی لغت نگار , Unwounded : جو زخمی نہ ہوا ہو , Maimed : زخمی , Hospital Ship : بحری ہسپتال , Hospital Train : زخمی فوجیوں کی ٹرین , Red Cross : صلیب احمر , Aid Station : جنگی طبی مرکز , August : شاندار , Lord : کسی کو آقا بنانا , Lordship : سرداری , Thane : وڈیرہ , Stretcher : اسٹریچر , Manor : جاگیردار کی حویلی , Comte De Mirabeau : فرانسیسی انقلابی , Balzac : فرانسیسی ناول نگار , Manor : جاگیر , Comte De Rochambeau : فرانسیسی جرنیل , Helot : غلام , Corvee : کمی , Sir Thomas Wyat : انگریز نظم نگار , Holy Roman Empire : پوپ کا حمایتی رومی شہنشاہ

Useful Words Definitions

Commodore: a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a captain and below a rear admiral; the lowest grade of admiral.

Rear Admiral: an admiral junior to a vice admiral.

Admiral: the supreme commander of a fleet; ranks above a vice admiral and below a fleet admiral.

Captain Horatio Hornblower: a fictional English admiral during the Napoleonic Wars in novels written by C. S. Forester.

Admiralty: the office of admiral.

Aaron Burr: United States politician who served as vice president under Jefferson; he mortally wounded his political rival Alexander Hamilton in a duel and fled south (1756-1836).

Agincourt: a battle in northern France in which English longbowmen under Henry V decisively defeated a much larger French army in 1415.

Admiral Nimitz: United States admiral of the Pacific fleet during World War II who used aircraft carriers to destroy the Japanese navy (1885-1966).

Milord: a term of address for an English lord.

Hawkins: English privateer involved in the slave trade; later helped build the fleet that in 1588 defeated the Spanish Armada (1532-1595).

Noah Webster: United States lexicographer (1758-1843).

Unwounded: not wounded.

Maimed: people who are wounded.

Hospital Ship: a ship built to serve as a hospital; used for wounded in wartime.

Hospital Train: a military train built to transport wounded troops to a hospital.

Red Cross: an international organization that cares for the sick or wounded or homeless in wartime.

Aid Station: (military) a station located near a combat area for giving first aid to the wounded.

August: of or befitting a lord.

Lord: make a lord of someone.

Lordship: the authority of a lord.

Thane: a feudal lord or baron.

Stretcher: a litter for transporting people who are ill or wounded or dead; usually consists of a sheet of canvas stretched between two poles.

Manor: the mansion of a lord or wealthy person.

Comte De Mirabeau: French revolutionary who was prominent in the early days of the French Revolution (1749-1791).

Balzac: French novelist; he portrays the complexity of 19th century French society (1799-1850).

Manor: the landed estate of a lord (including the house on it).

Comte De Rochambeau: French general who commanded French troops in the American Revolution, notably at Yorktown (1725-1807).

Helot: (Middle Ages) a person who is bound to the land and owned by the feudal lord.

Corvee: unpaid labor (as for the maintenance of roads) required by a lord of his vassals in lieu of taxes.

Sir Thomas Wyat: English poet who introduced the sonnet form to English literature (1503-1542).

Holy Roman Empire: a political entity in Europe that began with the papal coronation of Otto I as the first emperor in 962 and lasted until 1806 when it was dissolved by Napoleon.