Middle English dette : from Old French, based on Latin debitum ‘something owed’, past participle of debere ‘owe’. The spelling change in French and English was by association with the Latin word.
Debt in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
India never sold foreign debt. Its first attempt is failing, India’s foray into international debt markets may consist of little more than sound and fury, as the nation struggles to shed decades of trepidation …
View: Ambani cutting Reliance debt is bad omen for India’s economy, The rest of India Inc. is paralyzed by debt and self-doubt; consumers are overstretched; and so is the government. A holiday for Reliance would …
Rising debt drove VB Chandrasekhar to suicide, say police, CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu police maintained on Friday that it was the burden of financial debt that pushed former India player VB Chandrasekhar …
Coffee Day Enterprises clarifies debt position, says all obligations will …, BENGALURU: Coffee Day Enterprises Ltd (CDE) said on Saturday that total debt of the Coffee Day Group stands at Rs 4,970 crore and all …
SIP in debt mutual funds: does it make sense? Look at returns, then …, That is why it was surprising to hear Swarup Mohanty, CEO, Mirae Asset Global Investments (India), speaking about utility of SIP in debt mutual …
Pauper Vocab meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary
a very poor person; “he died a pauper”
Pauper meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
कंगाल, दरिद्र, भिक्षुक, भिखारी
late 15th century: from Latin, literally ‘poor’. The word’s use in English originated in the Latin legal phrase in forma pauperis, literally ‘in the form of a poor person’ (allowing non-payment of costs).
Pauper in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)
He set up what is perhaps the most respected “pauper’s hospital”.
Chemistry Nobel laureate dies a pauper.
A prince dies a pauper.
State may be pauper but Badal is the highest paid CM in India.
Mallya makes a distinction between his personal fortune and his professional fortune (or lack of it); he is thus both a millionaire and a pauper.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of pauper
pauper = pau + per, agar ‘pau’ bread ‘per’ jinda rehna padde toh samjh jaana ‘pauper’ ban gaye