Strange meanings in Urdu

Strange meanings in Urdu are نرالی, طرہ, عجب, انجانا, غیر مانوس, غریب, بیگانہ, انجان, اجنبی, عجیب, غیر, انوکھا Strange in Urdu. More meanings of strange, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

نرالی طرہ عجب انجانا غیر مانوس غریب بیگانہ انجان اجنبی عجیب غیر انوکھا

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Strange Definitions

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

  • (adjective) : relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world
  • (adjective satellite) : not known before
  • (adjective) : being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird

More words related to the meanings of Strange

عجبajabVanity Surprise Rare Asweve Wondrous Quaintness Wonderful Monumental Marvellous Astonishing Amazing Amazement
غیرghaerDis Unobstructed Un Stranger Save Outlandish Other Non Foreigner Different But Beside Barbarian Bad Alien Oid Adventitious Uns Outsider Nones
عجیبajiibWitful Freakishly Odder Alacrious Miraculous Vesiculous Freakish Odal Weirds Extraordinary Spaky Awlwort Majestical Weirding Bizarre Pyrexical Awed Freakiest Weirded Surprising Picturesquish Abatic Freakful Unnest Queer Pictish Wonderful Frabjous Strangest Quixotic Phalangious Wacko Flawiest Perkiest Phenomenal Unique Flabbiest Pecunious Marvelous Pecularized Dudish Peculium Marvellous Odible Unfamiliar Azotous Peculates Legendary Frenzical Unaccountable Axinite Peculated Grotesque Fratricidal Rare Awrong Weirdy Peccancies Gestic Excoriable Prodigious Awkwardish Weirdie Pactional Droll Disemboguing Portentous Awkwardest Rorqual Orgulous Cespititious Outlandish Awkwarder Peculation Odic Awkly Odd Witts Freaky Oddest Algific Monstrous
اجنبیajnabiEstrangers Alienate Excandescence Agentive Estranger Alienage Exanguious Stroppy Alnager Alienable Egoical Strangler Unigenous Alienors Agential Abjunctive Stannic Undigenous Adient Unbreached Sojourner Strangleable Unfamiliar Triandrous Paranoid Stramineous Unaccustomed Strophic Impetiginous Sojournment Alien Stranglers Exanimate Outdweller Adventitious Stradiots Estranging Iridious Ultramontane Stradiot Estranged Indigotic Stranger Strabismic Anginous Incanous Alienists Outlandish Strabismal Alienor Ignigenous Irrelevant Sojourners Alienist Frangent Aliening Foreigner Sojourned Alienator Exsanguious Aliened Foreign Parotic Alienating Expurgatorial Alienators Exurbanite Alienated Exigendary Alienates
غریبghariibExtraordinary Poorish Destitute Pooris Bare Poori Shiftless Poorer Penniless Poonced Outlandish Poinder Moneyless Poorwill Manageable Wonderful Unusual Poor Odd Necessitous Inarticulate Impoverished Penaunt Impecunious Impoverishing Have not Treillaged
انوکھاanokhaEccentric Uniquely Curious Vagarious Crotchety Unusual Comical Antic Untypical Anomalous Unprecedented Queer Unique Quizzical Unfamiliar Put Uncommon Outre Unaccustomed Matchless Singular Marvellous Rum Idiosyncratic Oner Different Off centre Badee Novel Nondescript
نرالیniraaliRare Recurvous Clangous Quirkish Nurdle Nargile Maleic Malefice Murkiness Maleberry Unequalled
انجانan jaanFaceless Irrational Incognitant Unknowable Uninformed Unfamiliar Unaccustomed Unacquainted
بیگانہbeygaanahUnfamiliar Irrelevant
انجاناan jaanaInterknow Inanimation Unexplored Undiscovered

More words from Urdu related to Strange

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عجیب الخلقتپربے قاعدہغیر عقلیخاص مزاج کا حاملغیر مالوفکشستہ حالمتجسسدر ماندہانٹ سنٹملیچھعنقافضولممیزنحسآسانخرابیگانہمدرک بالحواسکج رواجوڑعدیم النظیربنانے والاخود نمائنراالاپنبے گانہمزید براںحيران کُنطُرفہپر از افسانہیاد گاریبلکہآوارہمغائرنامعقُولادھ پکادوسرااپخاکسارخوش لگامبغیر کپڑوں کےبے چارہکوراٹھٹولناواقفلاثانیقبیححیرت زارکھناپَرديسی ...

Idioms related to the meaning of Strange

An ugly situationعجیب و غریب حالت میں
Every man is little worldہر شخص کی دُنیا نرالی ہے
Queer fishعجیب عادات کا مالک
Unlimited companyوہ کمپنی جس کی ذمہ داری غیر محدود ہو غیر محدود کمپنی غیر محدود شرکت
Blood is thicker than waterاپنا اپنا غیر غیر خون خون ہی ہے اور پانی پانی
A hut is a palace to a poor manغریب کو جھونپڑا ہی محل ہے
A little bird is content with a little mealغریب آدمی تھوڑے ہی میں خوش ہو جاتا ہے
A poor man wants somethings a covetous man all thingsلالچی سے غریب اچھا کیونکہ لالچی کا تو کبھی پیٹ ہی نہیں بھرتا
A thin meadow is soon mowedغریب کا دیوالیہ جلدی نکلتا ہے
Alms giving never made a man poorخیرات کرنے سے کوئی غریب نہیں ہوتا
Anger makes a rich man hated and a poor man scornedغُصہ امیر میں نفرت اور غریب میں حقارت کا باعث ہوتا ہے
Better go to heaven in rags than to hell in embroideryناجائز طریق سے دولت کمانے کی نسبت غریب رہنا اچھا ہے
Charity gives herslef rich covetousness hoards itself poorانسان غریب خیرات سے نہیں بلکہ لالچ سے ہوتا ہے
Charity gives herslef rich; covetousness hoards itself poorانسان غریب خیرات سے نہیں بلکہ لالچ سے ہوتا ہے
Children are poor man's richesغریب کی اولاد ہی دولت ہے
Down at heelsغریب ہونا
On one uppersغریب ہونا
Out at elbow heel kneeغریب ہونا
Everywhere the poor man is despisedغریب ہر جگہ خوار
God oft hath a great share in a little houseغریب اللہ کو زیادہ یاد کرتے ہیں
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What are the meanings of Strange in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Strange in Urdu are عجب - ajab, غیر - ghaer, عجیب - ajiib, اجنبی - ajnabi, غریب - ghariib, انوکھا - anokha, نرالی - niraali, انجان - an jaan, طرہ - turrah, بیگانہ - beygaanah and انجانا - an jaana. To understand how would you translate the word Strange in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Strange or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Strange synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Strange. 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 Strange 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 strange?

Meanings of strange are عجب - ajab, غیر - ghaer, عجیب - ajiib, اجنبی - ajnabi, غریب - ghariib, انوکھا - anokha, نرالی - niraali, انجان - an jaan, طرہ - turrah, بیگانہ - beygaanah and انجانا - an jaana

Whats the definition of strange?

Definition of the strange are

  • relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world
  • not known before
  • being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird

What is the synonym of strange?

Synonym of word strange are vanity, dis, witful, freakishly, estrangers, extraordinary, odder, unobstructed, alienate, excandescence

What are the idioms with the word strange?

Here are the idioms with the word strange in them.

  • The longer we live the more strange sights we see

What are the idioms related to strange?

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

  • An ugly situation
  • Every man is little world
  • Queer fish
  • Unlimited company
  • Blood is thicker than water

What are the quotes with word strange?

Here are the quotes with the word strange in them

  • It is strange to be known so universally and yet to be so lonely. — Albert Einstein
  • In Sleep we lie all naked and alone, in Sleep we are united at the heart of night and darkness, and we are strange and beautiful asleep for we are dying the darkness and we know no death. — Thomas Wolfe
  • The music industry is a strange combination of having real and intangible assets: pop bands are brand names in themselves, and at a given stage in their careers their name alone can practically gaurantee hit records. — Richard Branson
  • I realized the other day that I've lived in New York longer than I've lived anywhere else. It's amazing: I am a New Yorker. It's strange I never thought I would be. — David Bowie