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نَہایَت : Nihayat Meaning in English


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1 of 12. Deadly Deucedly Devilishly Insanely Madly : نہایت Nihayat بے حد Be Had : (adverb) (used as intensives) extremely.

Related : Intensive


2 of 12. Extremeness : نہایت Nihayat : (noun) the quality of being extreme.

Related : Quality

3 of 12. Extreme Utmost Uttermost : نہایت Nihayat شدید Shadeed انتہائی Intehai : of the greatest possible degree or extent or intensity.

Related : Intense

4 of 12. Exceeding Exceptional Olympian Prodigious Surpassing : نہایت Nihayat غیر معمولی Ghair Mamuli : far beyond what is usual in magnitude or degree.

Related : Extraordinary

5 of 12. Immensely Vastly : لامحدود طور پر Lamehdood Tor Par نہایت Nihayat : (adverb) to an exceedingly great extent or degree.

6 of 12. Mightily Mighty Powerful Right : نہایت Nihayat بہت Bohat : (adverb) (Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree.

Related : Intensive

8 of 12. Extremely Highly : نہایت Nihayat : (adverb) to a high degree or extent; favorably or with much respect.

9 of 12. Astronomically : نہایت Nihayat : (adverb) enormously.

10 of 12. Supremely : نہایت Nihayat : (adverb) to the maximum degree.

11 of 12. Whacking : نہایت Nihayat زبردست Zabardast : (adverb) extremely.

12 of 12. Fiery Flaming : شدید Shadeed نہایت Nihayat : very intense.

Useful Words

Hasti : Being : a living thing that has (or can develop) the ability to act or function independently.

Aala Mayaar Mayaar : Quality : an essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone. "The quality of mercy is not strained"

Mayaar Darja : Quality : a degree or grade of excellence or worth. "The quality of students has risen"

Bang Sar Lehja Awaz Ki Khasoos... : Quality : (music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound). "The timbre of her soprano was rich and lovely"