Mourning meanings in Urdu

Mourning meanings in Urdu are بلاپ, سنتاپ, اندوہ, گریہ وزاری, ماتم, سوگ, غم, رنج, نوحہ, نالہ, پچھتاوا, عزا, سانپا, حزن, آہ وبکا, آہ وزاری, گریہ Mourning in Urdu. More meanings of mourning, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

بلاپ سنتاپ اندوہ گریہ وزاری ماتم سوگ غم رنج نوحہ نالہ پچھتاوا عزا سانپا حزن آہ وبکا آہ وزاری گریہ

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Mourning Definitions

Please find 3 English and definitions related to the word Mourning.

  • (noun) : state of sorrow over the death or departure of a loved one
  • (noun) : the passionate and demonstrative activity of expressing grief
  • (adjective satellite) : sorrowful through loss or deprivation

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آزارقہربلا درددکھ دیناچوٹواسطہپژ مردگیذیقضرر دیناتعزیت۱۹ سال کی عمر تک کاآنچشائقکھائیبے چینیویویلاگریہ وزاری کرناخوفنالیاں بناناخوف زدہ کرنالتاڑبرہمیپچھتناسنکٹ یا بپت میں ڈالنامجروح کرنااندیشہسسکی بھرناکدورتآرزومندعزاہائے ہائےسانس مارناگلہطبق دار آتشیں موادحشرقلقتکلیف دہ ہونابلاپصدمہخلشکشٹنقصانعلاقہسانس بھرنامرثیہٹھیس پہنچاناپشیمانیفریاد کرناظلمتیار ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Mourning

Grief is the canker of the heartسوگ دل کا روگ
Repentance costs very dearپچھتاوا بہت مہنگا پڑتا ہے
Repentance is good but innocence is betterپچھتاوا اچھی چیز ہے لیکن بے گناہی اس سے بھی اچھی ہے
Sack cloth and ashesپچھتاوا
Sudden friendshipure repentanceاچانک دوستی یقینی پچھتاوا
Sudden friendship sure repentanceاچانک دوستی یقینی پچھتاوا
A dead mouse feels no coldمُردے کو سَردی نہیں لگتی دُنیا کا رنج جیتے جی کا بکھیڑا
A sorrow shared is but half a trouble but a joy that's shared is a joy made doubleرنج بٹانے سے کم ہوتا ہے لیکن خوشی بڑھتی ہے
Every day hath its nightرنج و راحت توام ہے
Grief divided is made lighterبانٹ کھانے سے رنج ہلکا ہوتا ہے
Grief pent up will burst the heartچھپا رنج دل میں آگ لگا دیتا ہے
How many causes of grief attend to a long lifeجتنی لمبی زندگی اتنے ہی زیادہ رنج و غم
It is a sweet sorrow to bury an outrageous wifeناخلف بیوی کی موت کا رنج نہیں ہوتا
Joy surfeited turns to sorrowحد سے زیادہ خوشی رنج لاتی ہے
Loans and debts make worries and fretsقرض لینے والے اور دینے والے دونوں ہی کے لیے باعث فکر و رنج ہوتا ہے
Loss of wealth is lamented with greater outcry than the loss of friendsدوستوں کے جانے سے دولت کے جانے کا زیادہ رنج ہوتا ہے
Make not two sorrows of oneتھوڑے رنج کو بڑھا کر زیادہ نہ بنا لو
Music the fiercest grief can charmراگ رنج کو بھلاتا ہے
Riches breed care poverty is safeدولت رنج و الم سے وابستہ ہے مفلسی ان سے آزاد ہے
Sorrow kills not but it blightsرنج جان سے نہیں مارتا لیکن کسی کام کا نہیں چھوڑتا
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What are the meanings of Mourning in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Mourning in Urdu are پچھتاوا - pachhtaawa, رنج - ranj, گریہ - giryah, نالہ - naalah, غم - gham, سوگ - sog, سانپا - Saanpa, بلاپ - Bilaap, اندوہ - andoh, عزا - aza, نوحہ - nauhah, حزن - huzn, گریہ وزاری and ماتم - maatam. To understand how would you translate the word Mourning in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Mourning or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Mourning synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Mourning. 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 Mourning 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 mourning?

Meanings of mourning are پچھتاوا - pachhtaawa, رنج - ranj, گریہ - giryah, نالہ - naalah, غم - gham, سوگ - sog, سانپا - Saanpa, بلاپ - Bilaap, اندوہ - andoh, عزا - aza, نوحہ - nauhah, حزن - huzn, گریہ وزاری and ماتم - maatam

Whats the definition of mourning?

Definition of the mourning are

  • state of sorrow over the death or departure of a loved one
  • the passionate and demonstrative activity of expressing grief
  • sorrowful through loss or deprivation

What is the synonym of mourning?

Synonym of word mourning are regret, sorrowings, lamentation, nallahs, griece, sigh, mournings, mournival, contrition, shrieve

What are the idioms with the word mourning?

Here are the idioms with the word mourning in them.

  • Dogs never go into mourning when a horse dies

What are the idioms related to mourning?

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

  • Grief is the canker of the heart
  • Repentance costs very dear
  • Repentance is good but innocence is better
  • Sack cloth and ashes
  • Sudden friendshipure repentance

What are the quotes with word mourning?

Here are the quotes with the word mourning in them

  • Middle age went by while I was mourning for my lost youth. — Mason Cooley
  • Let no one weep for me, or celebrate my funeral with mourning for I still live, as I pass to and fro through the mouths of men. — Quintus Ennius
  • 'The Killing' has a really great combination of qualities: Even though it's very sad and deals with mourning and grief, it's still exciting. It's about real people and it doesn't shy from the painful points of life. — Joel Kinnaman