This wordlist will contain all word of the day published by MD.
If something bangs me, I feel a pang.
Rhymes with FANG, when fang bites there's PAIN
if someone takes panga(hindi), it is because he is in sharp mental pain
panto+mime mime means acting without word.i.e. we can get mime in PANTO movie.
Pant of mine is gone, can't talk because of embarrassment.
rember a frnd pinto who cnt speak so he acts without dialogie.....:)
tushaar kapoor performs a pantomime in golmaal movies
Mr.Bean's pantomime was the best(both by meaning of pantomime and the concept)
pant + of + mine >>> In bheja fry 2 when monkey takes away KK Menon's pant, Bhushan does an actions just like a monkey which were without words and gets the pants back from monkey..
para+able.. is a small PARAgraph that makes u able.. (i.e. gives morals)
Is sounds like para+ fable .. fable expressed in one para(short)
whatever ends in ABLE is a story... para means SHORT...
parable = para + able; This para of the story is able to give the complete description of the story.
looks like parad(parade) of ox. which is contradict in nature but can be true.
you are unique but "everybody is unique" .this is a paradox
paradox sounds like hoax (afwaah) >> may b true may b not
"All husbands are not married" is a paradox
paragon which is a slipper brand makes products which are models for perfection
ARAGON in the movie Lord of the Rings was a perfect soldier
paragon = para-'related to' + -gon'figure has many angles'. If a polygon has infinity angles, it becomes circle. Circle is perfect
remember PARAGON slippers ..they r standard model of perfection
Remember the paragon slipper ad ???
think of Paragon office chappals >>> ideal thing to be worn in office...
Paramour sounds like Paraya mard (in Hindi Language) - indicates some kind of illegal relationship.
para (Skt) means: other amorous (Eng) means: desire <br> paramour is: (illicit) desire on others.
paramour sounds like PARA(parallel) aMOuR(love)... as in parallel love.. which connotes a secret or illicit love.. lame i accept :D
par(per ,.throughly) +amour..means illicit..throughly illicit in behavior and relation ..so a throghly illicit lover....
You remember this word by peripheral,means extra equipments..
second part of the word sounds like furniture...which reminds us of equipment
paraphernalia= parapher (fera far = marriage kar)+ n (and) + alia (giving equipments)= the people giving lots of dowry / gifts and equipments for the marriage
(para+pherna+lia)imagine u r going for a theft(dhoom 2)u r asking ur partner did u take (PARAchute+PHERna ka(magnetic substance which rotates(pherna) and attracts guns+LIYA(did u take)
sound of "funnel" in between ....equipments
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if you parked the car in open, then due to sunlight and greenhouse effect it will become hot or dry
parched = P (police) after + marched (parade)= they become dry and thirsty
parked the car because of thirsty .so u need to drink cool drink
In March (and April) the summer is at its peak in places like delhi,nagpur,mumbai ... the climate becomes extremely dry and hence you are extremely thirsty
Parched!! ..Pls try the word preched instead for remembering. Think about the story of thirsty crow perched on a tree which put stones so that it can drink water from pot.
if u march[walk] in march you will be thirsty[parched]
after marching in parade or pocession you feel dry and thirsty
I "marched" in the parade thats y m feeling thirsty
Yeo(GEO)man = earth man means FARMER.....!!!!
consider it as paraya.. which in Hindi means stranger.. hence it could be an outcast..
Pariah: Pari->Sari. If Someone discomfits a woman anyway by pulling her sari, he will definitely be SOCIAL OUTCAST. (Any way pls don't mind)
Pariah was an outcast in the choir because her voice didn't sound like Mariah's.
pariah :: Pare Ho : As is said in local hindi language pare ho (go away), so a Pariah is someone who is rejected from society and is ordered to stay away
link this with paro....(of devdas)...whose parents were narrow in their outlook for devdas family , so they married her to someone else.
Having PARTIAL vision
This word is derived from 'parish' i.e. which means "local".parochial outlook is local,"restrained"
the inhabitant of parish are narrow minded
1. परिमित 2. संकीर्ण 3. सीमित 4. घिरा हुआ