(noun) the traditional beliefs, customs, and stories of a community, passed through the generations by word of mouth.
(verb) a body of popular myths or beliefs relating to a particular place, activity, or group of people.“Hollywood folklore”
Folklore meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
कहावत, लोकसाहित्य, घरेलू कथा कहानी, पौराणिक बाते, लोक-साहित्य, जनकथा-विज्ञान
mid 19th century: from
folk + lore 1.
Folklore in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Man behind Kerala’s private
folklore museum laid to rest Kartik Purnima 2018:
Folklore and significance of the festival Himachal Pradesh’s
Folklore Music Festival Features Rock, Metal and … 11 Scary Ghosts From Indian
Folklore That Are The Stuff Nightmares … From Arabic
folklore to an Indian prison
(verb) make (someone or something) look or feel better, younger, or more vital..“a bid to rejuvenate the town centre”
(verb) restore (a river or stream) to a condition characteristic of a younger landscape.“a rejuvenated stream”
Rejuvenate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
फिर से युवा करना, नया करना, फिर जवान या युवा करना, फिर से जवान बना देना, फिर से जवान हो जाना
early 19th century: from re- ‘again’ + Latin juvenis ‘young’ + -ate3, suggested by French rajeunir .
Rejuvenate in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Modi government’s grand plan to
rejuvenate Indian traditions takes … Sporty, wildlife getaways a quick fix to
rejuvenate Leaving Lucrative Job Offers Behind, This 26-Yr-Old Is
Rejuvenating … Pakistan vs Australia, 2nd ODI, Preview: Hosts eager to
Rejuvenate your skin and hair this Holi at the Sanctuary Spa, The Den
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Rejuvenate
REJUVENATE…Juvenile means a young person..so making Younger
(noun) sexual relations between people classed as being too closely related to marry each other.
(noun) the crime of having sexual intercourse with a parent, child, sibling, or grandchild.
Incest meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
अगम्यागमन, कौटुम्बिक व्यभिचार, सगे-संबंधी के साथ यौन सम्पर्क, ईन्सेस्त
Middle English: from Latin incestus, incestum ‘unchastity, incest’, from in- ‘not’ + castus ‘chaste’.
Incest in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
… and heir to Iron Throne, Rhaegar, meaning that Jon is in fact the rightful king. … Plus, they were so used to
incest at that point, the whole … Game of Thrones star defends Jaime and Cersei Lannister’s
incest as … Brother-sister
incest affair: Man chops off brother-in-law’s genitals, kills … Man facing child molestation and
incest charges following investigation
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Incest
those are insects who have immoral sexual relations
(noun) outward behaviour or bearing.“his happy demeanour”
Demeanour meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
आचरण, चाल, चाल-चलन, चाल-ढाल, ढंग, बरताव, बर्ताव, व्यवहार, चाल चलन
late 15th century: from demean, probably influenced by obsolete havour ‘behaviour’.
Demeanour in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
In his usual
demeanour, Kejriwal outlined how the BJP-ruled Centre has .. ‘Halkaa’ meaning light is a play on the incredible airiness of being, that … seems from another world, in her
demeanour and body language. His changed looks and
demeanour has been one talking point among the audience, right from the time the first look of the film was out. The casting works well as all performances are in sync with the film’s cheeky
demeanour. ‘Monologue man’ Kartik makes the most of his ..Energy Resilience …
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Demeanour
opposite of PEDAGOGUE(teaching)
demo(means people) agogue (means leading ) so it adds up to leading people in a wrong way…
(noun) the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. “the often remarkable resilience of so many British institutions”
(noun) the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape elasticity. “nylon is excellent in wearability, abrasion resistance and resilience”
Resilience meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
पलटाव, लचीलापन, लोच, लौटाव, तन्यकता
resilience, meaning ‘the act of rebounding’, was first used in the 1620s and was derived from ‘resiliens’, the present participle of Latin ‘resilire’, ‘to recoil or rebound’. … By 1824, the term had developed to encompass the meaning of ‘elasticity’ (2).
Resilience in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
The Long and Winding Road: Making
Resilience Real (3RP) Regional Refugee and
Resilience Plan in response to the Syria … Asia is
resilient and can bounce back in the face of challenges, says … 8 Ways Successful People Master
Resilience SBU Energy Expert Urges Congress to Invest in Energy
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Resilience
Resilient=RE(recover)+ EASILY+BENT. So, RESILIENT means something which RECOVERS EASILY when BENT.
RESILIENT sounds like BRAZILIAN. Remember Brazilians dace moves , they bend flexibility !!