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SECOND SEMESTER STD-3-4-5 CHALO PAKU KARIYE PDF FILE DOWNLOAD KARO- TAMAM MATE MAHVTAPOORN LINK.








SECOND SEMESTER STD-3-4-5 CHALO PAKU KARIYE PDF FILE DOWNLOAD KARO- TAMAM MATE MAHVTAPOORN LINK.

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second semester




Standard 3 to 5 Swadhyay Pothi




Standard 3 to 5 all subjects




Printable to children as per independent unit




Let's fix Std-3-4-5

Let's finish the second session


North Gujarati dialect dictionary

Head (move)

Cham (why)

Cho Jawush (Where to go?)

I (what?)

Zaydu (thorny undergrowth)

Bumblebee (without luck)

Panjaryo, khancheryo (to be beaten)

Rollo, Rungo (crazy, less intelligent)

Busht (shirt)

Domchio (equipment)

Manchdo (sleeping area above the ground in the field)

Shade (farm road, door)

Cutlery (farm, paddock, etc. door handle)

Balikor (outside)

Get angry

Dobu (buffalo)

Rage-rage (slowly)

Dandudi (water edge)

Hurry up

Nature / Below (below)

Chan Aaye (When will I come?)

Palu (glass)

Bhodu (head)

Bhuda (good man)

Void

Dhush (Dhoom)

Tata (fireworks)

Quarrel

Clothing

Bubble

Bom (balm)

Whitish

Gheedo / Gheedi (aged)

Loben (long distance)

Superficial (party)

Singing (listening, paying attention)

Quarrelsome

Burden of intelligence (without intelligence, daffodil)

Kahyo (angry)

Yes eat (keep peace)

Tonga (feet)

Nena-dior (worthless)

Water

Bhoy (land)

Babuchak (unintelligent, daffol)

Sheep (nose)

Habu (soap)

Dachu (Madhu)

Match (bed)

Dhekharૉ (stone)

Khakhariyu / khankholiyu khaavu (do not take instant, take a bath)

Ek Melay (Ek Marish)

Bhopal (bankrupt)

To drink

Crippled

Digging

Hagmate (co-family)

Weh (dress)

Doglu (especially the W used for Gurushanka)

Ramr Chakkar (as is)

Warm (moderately hot)

Boman (Brahmin)

Hi (tailor)

Freezing

Hetek nu (excessive)

Hurry up

Advitru / Alvitaru (stormy)

Dhukdu (near)

Rage (noise, quarrel or fight-fight noise)

Chop (switch)

Kneak (tied lot)

Deity (fire)

Odro (monkey)

Balloon (plane)

Don't break the mail (keep peace)

To wander

Peran (khamis, shirt)

Glass

Mahotu - Potu (cleaning cloth)

Mammon (guest)

Khadu (shoes, boots slippers)

Hahlu / Hahlu (rabbit)

Going to the toilet (going to the toilet / going to the toilet)

Hood, hollow (fat belly)

Hiskara (noise)

Batio / Banthiyo (Thingno)

Thethical (thick)

Boganu (milking vessel)

Gaman (buffalo feeding place)

Weird

Dhenchan (dhinchan)

Redu (stomach)

Bull (buttocks, buttocks)

Adboth (jump)

Go to the toilet

Boards (wooden vault)

Plow (attach, bind)

Doyalo (lentil spoon)

Doyo (a vessel for drawing water from a pot etc.

Hudo (door knocker)

Shopping (groceries or purchases)

Hatdi (small shop)

Nanny, Nano, Nanu (Nani, Nano, Nanu)

Bhandalyu (gardener, treasurer)

Fun, (shared, in partnership)

Deroni / Deroni (Derani)

Dhoski / Gadundi (small pot)

Roar (pocket)

Ojan (bed rope)

Havado (cattle shed)

Vihomo (Visamo)

Mohaniyu (Cemetery)

Lebdo (neem)

Vallo (Vadlo)

Papalo

Route (road, road)

Beast

Rash or gravy (thick rope)

Aabh (sky)

Support

Pavli (25 paise)

Eighth (50 paise)

Kamad (door)

Honsi (tongs)

Tohlu (used for eating utensils, large bowl, mostly used for bronze bowl.)
Oganu (courtyard, bean)

Elephant (companion, farm helper)

Iron

Naghrol / Nathor Kholiano (Befikar)

Malipa (inside)

Thick-skinned

Chobdi (skin)

OK (until)

In the right place (everywhere)

Take responsibility (take responsibility, commit to work)

To play

Raag Raag (slowly)

Hanon (posthumous bath)

Wadhan (Gappu Marnar)

To place (put in the right place)
Not to run away

To sow

To grow

Getting up (going bankrupt, causing damage)

Get up

Bathe (damage)

To do wrong

Patudi (Ghee Vasan)

Dokli / Dekli (thick spoon)

Tavo karvo (headache)

Obstacles (believing)

Butter (to flatter, to pamper)

Faucet

Chicken (latrine tub)

Count (pay attention)

Kerosene

Castor (castor, castor oil)

Cottonseed (seeds of cotton)
Taking rice (going to give tiffin)

Viyalu (dinner)

Grandchild (caste)

Huwawad (giving birth)

Gormaharaj (Brahmin priest)

Bankruptcy

Indhoni (weight lifting ring placed on the head)

Lagolog (very close)

Kathi (coconut fiber cord)

Twine

Gabhu / Gabho (piece of clothing)

To brawl

Chibhdu (Desi Shakar Teti)

Shedo (shift indicating the extent of the field)

I am proud of the dialect of my village .....

Friends from other areas, if you don't know how to speak North Gujarati, read on and give this information to your children.










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