Mania meanings in Urdu

Mania meanings in Urdu are مانیا, مالیخولیا, سز, عشق, سنک, پاگل پن, دیوانگی, خبط, جنون, سودا Mania in Urdu. More meanings of mania, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

مانیا مالیخولیا سز عشق سنک پاگل پن دیوانگی خبط جنون سودا

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Mania Definitions

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

  • (noun) : an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action
  • (noun) : a mood disorder; an affective disorder in which the victim tends to respond excessively and sometimes violently

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نامردیآماس دماغباریک درزیںلین دین کرنامَنڈی میں تِجارتبخاربے قاعدگیافسردہپریتڈوبنابیوقوفیمتعصبانہ جنوناسبابکاروائیحدتضعفسوداگری مال و اسبابکج دُھراعِشقدیوانہباؤلاپناِنتشار توجہوارفتگیہَسپانوی ادَب جَنگ نامَہدھنچھکڑارجحانپیشہقہرشئےبکاؤمخصوص جذبہ یا خیالگرمیضعف عقلخوفبال ڈالناتاش کے پتتے بانٹناذَخیرہ اندوزیمقبولیتتلوندل گیرپریمپرنالاالو پنپنساری کا سامانقیمتی شےخود سریباؤ گولامذاکرہجنون ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Mania

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Have sth on the brainز ہن پر سوار ہو نا کسی چیز کا خبط ہو نا
It is pleasant to go madجنون میں بھی لطف ہے
Every wrong is avenged on earthیہاں سودا نقد بنقد ہے
Make every bargain clear and plain that none may afterwards complainہر سودا ٹھیک طریقہ سے کرو تاکہ بعد میں کسی کو بھی تکلیف نہ ہو
Make every bargain clear and plain; that none may afterwards complainہر سودا ٹھیک طریقہ سے کرو تاکہ بعد میں کسی کو بھی تکلیف نہ ہو
To be beloved is above all bargainsمحبوب یا عزیز ہونا سب سے اچھا سودا ہے
To strive with an equal is a doubtful thing to do with a superior a mad thing with an inferior a vulgar thingہم رتبہ سے لڑائی مشتبہ اپنے سے بڑے کے ساتھ پاگل پن اور کم رتبہ کے ساتھ سفلہ پن ہے
To strive with an equal is a doubtful thing to do; with a superior a mad thing; with an inferior a vulgar thingہم رتبہ سے لڑائی مشتبہ اپنے سے بڑے کے ساتھ پاگل پن اور کم رتبہ کے ساتھ سفلہ پن ہے
Absence sharpens loveجدائی عشق کی آگ کو بھڑکا دیتی ہے
Absence sharpens love presence strengthens itفراق میں عشق بھڑکتا ہے وصال سے جڑ پکڑتا ہے
Friendship is love without its wingsدوستی میں وہ پائیداری ہے جو عشق میں نہیں
He is not a lover who does not love for everعاشق وہی جِس کا عشق تا قیامت قائم رہے
In love are these evils affrontsuspicions enmities truces war and then again peaceعشق میں خرابیاں ہیں عزت کا پاس نہ ہونا شکوک عداوتیں صلح لڑائی اور پھر چین
Listlessness and silence denote the loverطبیعت کی سستی اور خاموشی عشق کی علامت ہیں
Love and a red nose cant be hidعشق اور مشک چھپائے نہیں چھپتا
Love and business teach eloquenceعشق اور تجارت میں فصاحت خودبخود آ جاتی ہے
Love and jealousy are seldom separateعشق اور حسد عموماً اکٹھے پاۓ جاتے ہیں
Love and lordship no fellowshipعشق اور حکومت میں رقیب بُرا لگتا ہے
Love and musk cannot be hidعشق اور مشک چھپاۓ نہیں چھپ سکتے
Love asks faith and faith firmnessعشق میں اعتقاد کی اور اعتقاد میں استحکام کی ضرورت ہوتی ہے
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What are the meanings of Mania in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Mania in Urdu are دیوانگی - diiwangi, پاگل پن - paagal pan, خبط - khabt, عشق - ishq, سودا - sauda, جنون - junuun and سنک - sanak. To understand how would you translate the word Mania in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Mania or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Mania synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Mania. 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 Mania in a sentence. If you have trouble reading in Urdu we have also provided these meanings in Roman Urdu.

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What do you mean by mania?

Meanings of mania are دیوانگی - diiwangi, پاگل پن - paagal pan, خبط - khabt, عشق - ishq, سودا - sauda, جنون - junuun and سنک - sanak

Whats the definition of mania?

Definition of the mania are

  • an irrational but irresistible motive for a belief or action
  • a mood disorder; an affective disorder in which the victim tends to respond excessively and sometimes violently

What is the synonym of mania?

Synonym of word mania are rabidness, freckledness, craziness, wooing, transaction, idiosyncrasy, traffic, phrensy, crazedness, obsessions

What are the idioms related to mania?

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

  • Have sth on the brain
  • It is pleasant to go mad
  • Every wrong is avenged on earth
  • Make every bargain clear and plain that none may afterwards complain
  • Make every bargain clear and plain; that none may afterwards complain

What are the quotes with word mania?

Here are the quotes with the word mania in them

  • Fear of error which everything recalls to me at every moment of the flight of my ideas, this mania for control, makes men prefer reason's imagination to the imagination of the senses. And yet it is always the imagination alone which is at work. — Louis Aragon
  • Bulls don't read. Bears read financial history. As markets fall to bits, the bears dust off the Dutch tulip mania of 1637, the Banque Royale of 1719-20, the railway speculation of the 1840s, the great crash of 1929. — James Buchan