Mopish meanings in Urdu

Mopish meanings in Urdu are پژ مردہ, پژمردہ, بےدل, دلگیر, کم ہمت, دل گیر, افسردہ, اداس Mopish in Urdu. More meanings of mopish, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

پژ مردہ پژمردہ بےدل دلگیر کم ہمت دل گیر افسردہ اداس

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لق و دقالمناکترش رواجیرندل چلاملولدردا ناکغمگین ہوناافسُردہہاراگیند چھلاغم آلومفلوجدائمی قبضمردہزچافسردہ دلمہیبمبہمتُندناراض کرنابزدلاچاٹبے کیفپہاڑکشیدہرنجیدہدرشتجی گھبرانامایوسمرجھایازرد ساملول ملال انگیزفراسٹ کاٹاغیر صحَت مندبے جاندقبیہوش کرناتاریکسوگوارزودرنجدل گیر کرناکم ہمتاندوہ گینبےلطفشاقسستفکر مندافسوسبے دلی سے کام کرنا ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Mopish

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Destiny leads the willing but drags the unwillingقِسمت کرے یاوری ان کی باندھہیں جو ہمت کی کمر نچاۓ یہ انہیں ناچ جو نہ ہمت سے ہو بہرہ ور
Dead as muttonبالکل مردہ
Dead men bite notمردہ کیا نقصان پہنچاۓ گا
Off the hooksخراب۔ مردہ
The quick and the deadزندہ و مردہ
A witless head makes weary feetبیوقوف میں ہمت کہاں
By trying the greeks got into troyہمت کرے انسان تو کیا ہو نہیں سکتا
Nothing is difficult to a well willed manہمت کرے انسان تو کیا ہو نہیں سکتا
Nothing is difficult to a well willed manہمت کرے انسان تو کیا ہو نہیں سکتا
Die gameآخر تک ہمت برقرار رکھنا
Do not lose the time in prayingہمت مرداں مددِ خُدا
God helps those who help themselvesہمت مرداں مددِ خُدا
Fortune can take away our wealth but not our courageزر جاۓ یا رہے ہمت کبھی نہیں چھوڑنی چاہیئے
Fortune gives her hand to a bold manجیت ہمت کے ہاتھ ہے
God courage breaks ill luckہمت بد قسمتی کو دور کرتی ہے
Good hope gives strengthاُمید ہو تو ہمت دوبالا ہو جاتی ہے
Halfheartedبے ہمت
Low winesبے ہمت
Out of heartبے ہمت
Pale heartedبے ہمت
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What are the meanings of Mopish in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Mopish in Urdu are اداس - udaas, دل گیر - dil giir, پژ مردہ - paz murdah, افسردہ - afsurdah, دلگیر - Dilgeer and کم ہمت - kam himmat. To understand how would you translate the word Mopish in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Mopish or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Mopish synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Mopish. 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 Mopish 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 mopish?

Meanings of mopish are اداس - udaas, دل گیر - dil giir, پژ مردہ - paz murdah, افسردہ - afsurdah, دلگیر - Dilgeer and کم ہمت - kam himmat

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What is the synonym of mopish?

Synonym of word mopish are glooms, disconsolate, dour, pallid, gloomings, depredatory, dolourous, drooping, gloomiest, deplored

What are the idioms related to mopish?

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

  • Destiny leads the willing but drags the unwilling
  • Dead as mutton
  • Dead men bite not
  • Off the hooks
  • The quick and the dead