English To Hindi

What is the meaning of Bay in Hindi?

Meaning of Bay in Hindi is : व्यूह खंड

Definition of word Bay

  • Of a reddish-brown colour (especially of horses). (adjective)
  • A brown colour/color of the coat of some horses. (noun)
  • A horse of this color. (noun)
  • A berry. (noun)
  • Laurus nobilis, a shrub of the family Lauraceae, having dark green leaves and berries. (noun)
  • The leaves of this shrub, woven into a garland used to reward a champion or victor; hence, fame, victory. (noun)
  • The leaf of this or certain other species of shrub, used as a herb. (noun)
  • A body of water (especially the sea) more or less three-quarters surrounded by land. (noun)
  • An opening in a wall, especially between two columns. (noun)
  • An internal recess; a compartment or area surrounded on three sides. (noun)
  • The distance between two supports in a vault or building with a pitched roof. (noun)
  • Each of the spaces, port and starboard, between decks, forward of the bitts, in sailing warships. (noun)
  • A bay platform. (noun)
  • shortened form of bay window. (noun)
  • The excited barking of dogs when hunting or being attacked. (noun)
  • The climactic confrontation between hunting-dogs and their prey. (noun)
  • To bark. (verb)
  • To bark at. (verb)
  • To pursue noisily, like a pack of hounds. (verb)

Examples of word Bay

  • The name of this bay has a less unpleasant meaning in the Indian, than in the French language, signifying also _salt bay_, which induced Father
  • They arrived in a fine bay on the 15th, twenty-one leagues from the mouth of the straits, called _Muscle bay_ by the English, because of the great quantities of muscles found there, and here they provided themselves abundantly with fresh water and wood.
  • II. i.254 (37,7) [I'll rent the fairest house in it, after three pence a bay] A _bay_ of building is, in many parts of England, a common term, of which the best conception that I could ever attain, is, that it is the space between the main beams of the roof; so that a barn crossed twice with beams is a barn of three
  • Vancouver, who had just driven off a colony of Spaniards established on the coast, under the command of Señor Quadra (England and Spain being then at war), despatched his first-lieutenant Broughton, who ascended the river in boats some one hundred and twenty or one hundred and fifty miles, took possession of the country in the name of his Britannic majesty, giving the river the name of the _Columbia_, and to the bay where the American captain stopped, that of _Gray's bay_.
  • The term bay – ice should possibly, therefore, be dropped altogether, especially since, even in the Arctic, its meaning is not altogether


Post Comments