Sword meanings in Urdu

Sword meanings in Urdu are صیف, تیغ, شمشیر, تلوار Sword in Urdu. More meanings of sword, it's definitions, example sentences, related words, idioms and quotations.

صیف تیغ شمشیر تلوار

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Sword Definitions

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  • (noun) : a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard

What are the meanings of Sword in Urdu?

Meanings of the word Sword in Urdu are تلوار - talwaar, تیغ - teygh and شمشیر - shamshiir. To understand how would you translate the word Sword in Urdu, you can take help from words closely related to Sword or it’s Urdu translations. Some of these words can also be considered Sword synonyms. In case you want even more details, you can also consider checking out all of the definitions of the word Sword. 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 Sword 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 sword?

Meanings of sword are تلوار - talwaar, تیغ - teygh and شمشیر - shamshiir

Whats the definition of sword?

Definition of the sword are

  • a cutting or thrusting weapon that has a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard

What is the synonym of sword?

Synonym of word sword are bilbo, blade, scimitar, dagger, cutlass, sabre, swound, swording, sworder, sworded

What are the idioms with the word sword?

Here are the idioms with the word sword in them.

  • Do not give a sword to a child
  • Good sword has aften been in poor scabbard
  • In choosing a wife and buying a sword we ought not to trust another
  • It is not the longest sword but the longest purse that conquers
  • Love rules without a sword love binds without a cord

What are the idioms related to sword?

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

  • Oppression never thrives
  • A valiant man's look is more than coward's sword
  • Evil words cut deeper than the sword
  • Gluttony kills more than the sword
  • Love rules without a sword love binds without a cord

What are the quotes with word sword?

Here are the quotes with the word sword in them

  • You hit a certain age and - especially because of TV - the young cooks coming up say, 'You're a sellout, because you're doing something other than what you should be doing.' 'Top Chef' is a double-edged sword for me: There's a whole group of people who will not come to the restaurants because they assume I'm not in them anymore, all I do is TV. — Tom Colicchio
  • Indulge not thyself in the passion of anger it is whetting a sword to wound thine own breast, or murder thy friend. — Akhenaton
  • When you're 14, anything with a sword and a dragon is pretty cool. But when you're 21 and you've read 2,000 fantasy novels, you start to realize that some of those books, well, they weren't really good. OK, let's be honest. A lot of them were crap. — Patrick Rothfuss
  • My sword I give to him that shall succeed me in my pilgrimage, and my courage and skill to him that can get it. — John Bunyan