ज (ja) or ज़ (za) – line by line

image_thumb   आवाज़ (aavaaz)

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Meena

Naraindas

 

 

image_thumb[1]  रोज़  (roz)

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Meena

Naraindas

image_thumb[2]  जागती  (jaagtii) wake (feminine form)

from the verb जागना (jaagnaa) –  to be awake

Meena

Naraindas

 

 

image_thumb[4]  जगाए (jagaae) – will awaken

from the verb जगाना (jagaanaa)

Meena

Naraindas

 

image_thumb[6]  जगाने (jagaane) – also from the verb जगाना (jagaanaa)

Meena

Naraindas

जागना (jaagnaa) means to wake up.  जगाना (jagaanaa) – means to wake someone else up.  see the Related Verb episode we published on February 17, 2010

 

image_thumb[9]   जाना (jaanaa) – to go

 

Meena

Naraindas

 

image_thumb[3] जाती (jaatii) – go (feminine form)

 

Meena

Naraindas

 

 

image_thumb[8]  जाता (jaataa) – go (masculine form)

 

Meena

Naraindas

 

 

image_thumb[5]  जल्दी (jaldii) – quickly

 

Meena

Naraindas

 

 

image_thumb[7] जब (jab) – when (not the question word, but the pronoun:  e.g. When you study Hindi practice it with friends.  see कब  or जब – published 1/6/2009)

Meena

Naraindas

 

 

image_thumb[10] ज़ोर (zor)

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Meena

Naraindas

 

 

image_thumb[11]  ज़रूर (zaruur)

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Meena

Naraindas

 

The definitions above come from Dr. Rupert Snell’s Hindi dictionary.

 

The words come from the book ओली और पोली  (olii aur polii)

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