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What is the meaning of earth in Hindi?

Meaning of earth in Hindi is : स्थान

Definition of word earth

  • Our planet, third out from the Sun; see main entry Earth. (proper-noun)
  • Soil. (noun)
  • Any general rock-based material. (noun)
  • The ground, land (as opposed to the sky or sea). (noun)
  • A connection electrically to the earth ((US) ground); on equipment: a terminal connected in that manner. (noun)
  • A fox's home or lair. (noun)
  • The world of our current life (as opposed to heaven or an afterlife). (noun)
  • One of the four basic elements. (noun)
  • One of the five basic elements. (noun)
  • One of the five basic elements. (noun)
  • To connect electrically to the earth. (verb)
  • To bury. (verb)

Examples of word earth

  • Very strangely to the ears of the bystanders sounded the words of the Bible, accompanying the handful of earth as it was cast upon Púshkin -- "_earth thou art! _"
  • There ought to be, therefore, a greater escape of electricity from the clouds upwards than downwards; and, if space be void, or only filled with an extremely attenuated matter, the electricity of the earth, considered as an elastic fluid without ponderosity, (and no law of condensation from the law of gravity in harmony with its other attributes, will allow us to consider it otherwise,) _would long since have left the earth_.
  • '_And God said, let us make man in our image after our likeness, and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and the fowl of the air and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth_.'
  • The eleventh verse should read, therefore, as follows: "Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit-tree yielding fruit after his kind, _whose germinal principle of life, each in itself after its kind, is upon the earth_"
  • Now the swing is in this wise: There is a chasm which is the vastest of them all, and pierces right through the whole earth; this is that which Homer describes in the words—“Far off, where is the inmost depth beneath the earth”; and which he in other places, and many other poets, have called Tartarus.


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