Malice meanings in Urdu

Malice meanings in Urdu are بُرائی, کینہ پَروری, ڈاہ, کپٹ, کینہ, کاوش, عداوت, حسد, رشک, غبار, کدورت, بیر, کینہ پروری کرنا, پھوٹ, پرخاش, خُبث, بُرا دِل, بُغض Malice in Urdu. More meanings of malice, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

بُرائی کینہ پَروری ڈاہ کپٹ کینہ کاوش عداوت حسد رشک غبار کدورت بیر کینہ پروری کرنا پھوٹ پرخاش خُبث بُرا دِل بُغض

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Malice Definitions

Please find 2 English and definitions related to the word Malice.

  • (noun) : feeling a need to see others suffer
  • (noun) : the quality of threatening evil

More words related to the meanings of Malice

عداوتadaawatAntliate Antisepalous Malignancy Antitheism Anticness Hostility Lividness Antichristianity Grudge Enamoredness Antiattrition Enmity Dovishness Antheriferous Antrorse Animose Anacanthous Revalescence Antinomy Antonymy Altiloquence Inmacy Adiposity Alimentariness Inimicous Spite Alienability Inimicitious Pique Alacriousness Fidejussion Inimicality Sectility Displicence Hatred Reesty Disassiduity Gall Fideism Delitescency Aggression Eudaemony Antitypy War Dewiness Antitypous Spitefulness
پھوٹphuutDisunity Disunion Dissonance Dissension Discord Crack Chasm Breach Spalls Propuption Spallation Break Squirting Quarrel Hiatus Hatred Gap Flaw Division
بُرائیBuraiSin Wrongdoings
رشکrashkGrudge Jealousy Envy Emulation Spite
بیرbaerWar Jujube Hostility Grudge Berries Female Berms Fang Barre Common Vengeance Malignity Malevolence Inimicality Ill will Enmity Despite Antagonism Animus Animosity
کینہkiinahGrudge Felonious Vengeance Spite Rancour Gall Enmity Pique Malignancy
کدورتkaduuratBad blood Imperspicuity Drossiness Impurity Hatred Grief Foulness
ڈاہdaahDah Spite Heart burning Envy Jealousy
کاوشkaawishStruggle Enmity Essays Essay
غبارghubaarHaze Vexation Rancour Impurity Grudge Dust Bad blood Dusty
حسدhasadJealousness Jealoushood Envyned Ennation Jealousies Jalousied Enviousness Jealousy Heart burning Grudge Envy
کینہ پروری کرناkiinah parwari karnaMalign
کپٹkapatRancour Malevolence Hypocrisy
پرخاشpur khaashTumult Rancour Quarrel Inimicality Dispute Animosity War
بُغضBughazVindictiveness Malignancy

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خباثتشق ہوناپِتہشورجارحیتمضمونکینہ پروری کرنابے اتفاقیرنجقہرتڑکاناکھوٹالڑناآفتکہن سننخصومتکھائیناریگُناہپیکارجَھگڑاشعبہمنافقتبازاریدَرزعارضی طور پرکہرکھڑاگحسدمارا مارکاوشمیٹھی گولیاںناموافقتداغدھومدو ٹکڑے ہوناکھانگآزردگیتکرارشیونبغضدرزبداندیشلڑائ کرناانتقام جوئتنازعہفصلکپٹعام چراگاہعلت ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Malice

Englishاردو
A jealous head is soon brokenحاسد کا سر جلد پھوٹ جاتا ہے
Emulation is a virtueرشک کرنا خوابی ہے
Fair battle leaves no bitterness behindلڑائی کے وقت اگر کوئی ممنوع فعل سرزد نہ ہو تو صلح کے بعد دِلوں میں کدورت نہ رہے گی
Malice is blind and knows nothing but to disparage good qualitiesکینہ اندھا ہوتا ہے اور سواۓ اچھی باتوں کی بُرائی کرنے کے اور کچھ نہیں جانتا
One evil rises out of anotherایک بُرائی سے دوسری بُرائی پیدا ہوتی ہے
It is folly to live in rome and strive with the popeپانی میں رہنا مگرمچھ سے بیر
No evil man is happyبدی اور خوشی کا بیر ہے
Sluggards are never great scholarsکاہلی اور علم کا بیر ہے
Stolen apples are sweetچوری کے بیر میٹھے
Where fear is presents wisdom cannot beخوف و دانائی کا بیر ہے
Better be envied than pitiedبہتر ہے کہ دُنیا تم سے حسد کرے نہ کہ تم پر ترس کھاۓ
Envy does not enter an empty houseکنگال سے حسد کیا
Envy is more irreconcilable than hatredنفرت کی نسبت حسد کو مغلوب کرنا مشکل ہے
Envy never eriched any manحسد سے کون دولت مند بنا ہے
Greed is envy's eldest brothersلالچ حسد کا سب سے بڑا بھائی ہے
It is the nature of the wretched to be ill disposed and to envy the goodبدقسمت آدمیوں کی خصلت ہے کہ دوسروں کا برابر چاہیں اور اچھوں سے حسد کریں
It is the nature of the wretched to be illdisposed and to envy the goodبدقسمت آدمیوں کی خصلت ہے کہ دوسروں کا برابر چاہیں اور اچھوں سے حسد کریں
Let those laugh who winفتح یاب تو ہنسیں گے ہی۔ تمہیں حسد کیوں ہو
Love and jealousy are seldom separateعشق اور حسد عموماً اکٹھے پاۓ جاتے ہیں
Love speaks no ill envy thinks no goodمحبت کو کبھی بُرا نظر نہیں آتا اور حسد کو کچھ بھی اچھا نہیں لگتا
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What are the meanings of Malice in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Malice in Urdu are عداوت - adaawat, پھوٹ - phuut, بُرائی - Burai, رشک - rashk, بیر - baer, کینہ - kiinah, کدورت - kaduurat, ڈاہ - daah, کاوش - kaawish, غبار - ghubaar, حسد - hasad, کینہ پروری کرنا - kiinah parwari karna, کپٹ - kapat, پرخاش - pur khaash and بُغض - Bughaz. To understand how would you translate the word Malice in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Malice or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Malice synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Malice. If there is a match we also include idioms & quotations that either use this word or its translations in them or use any of the related words in English or Urdu translations. These idioms or quotations can also be taken as a literary example of how to use Malice in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What do you mean by malice?

Meanings of malice are عداوت - adaawat, پھوٹ - phuut, بُرائی - Burai, رشک - rashk, بیر - baer, کینہ - kiinah, کدورت - kaduurat, ڈاہ - daah, کاوش - kaawish, غبار - ghubaar, حسد - hasad, کینہ پروری کرنا - kiinah parwari karna, کپٹ - kapat, پرخاش - pur khaash and بُغض - Bughaz

Whats the definition of malice?

Definition of the malice are

  • feeling a need to see others suffer
  • the quality of threatening evil

What is the synonym of malice?

Synonym of word malice are antliate, disunity, sin, grudge, antisepalous, war, malignancy, bad blood, antitheism, disunion

What are the idioms with the word malice?

Here are the idioms with the word malice in them.

  • He that keeps malice harbours viper in his breast
  • More malice than matter
  • Though malice may darken truth it cannot put it out

What are the idioms related to malice?

Here are the idioms that are related to the word malice.

  • A jealous head is soon broken
  • Emulation is a virtue
  • Fair battle leaves no bitterness behind
  • Malice is blind and knows nothing but to disparage good qualities
  • One evil rises out of another

What are the quotes with word malice?

Here are the quotes with the word malice in them

  • The best way to win against the intolerable is to tolerate them, for this they have seldom dealt with. Your indulgence may soften their malice and open their eyes to more honorable ways. — Bryant H.McGill
  • With Malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds. — Abraham Lincoln
  • It is remarkable by how much a pinch of malice enhances the penetrating power of an idea or an opinion. Our ears, it seems, are wonderfully attuned to sneers and evil reports about our fellow men. — Eric Hoffer
  • If we put our trust in the common sense of common men and 'with malice toward none and charity for all' go forward on the great adventure of making political, economic and social democracy a practical reality, we shall not fail. — Henry A.Wallace