Tag: Language

Hyderabadi Dialouges

Deccani Dialogues Made For and Made By only Hyderabadi’s These are unique and very commendable mahawaray which is very useful media between two hyderabadi’s. It may also be very interesting to compile the list of Hyderabadi dialouges to keep the trend alive so refresh your memories with these unique language.   ‘baigan’ main milgai ‘chaklay’ lag gai ‘haat ko agay’ logaan unko ‘haat dey… Read more →

Introduction to Various Forms of Urdu Poetry

Ghazal  Ghazal is a collection of couplets (shers or ashaar) which follow the rules of ‘matla’, ‘maqta’, beh-er’, ‘qafiya’ and ‘radeef’. The couplets are complete in themselves. All the couplets of a ghazal must be of the same beh-er, end in the same words (radeef) and have the same rhyming pattern (qaafiyaa). Every ghazal MUST have a matla. A ghazal… Read more →

Longest words

The longest word in any given language depends on the word formation rules of each specific language and on the types of words allowed for consideration. Agglutinative languages allow for the creation of long words via compounding. Even non-agglutinative languages may allow word formation of theoretically limitless length in certain contexts. Words consisting of hundreds, thousands, or even millions of… Read more →

Interesting Facts on English words

‘Stewardesses’ Is the longest word typed with only the left hand And ‘lollipop’   Is the longest word typed with your right hand. (Bet you tried this out mentally, didn’t you?) No word in the English language rhymes with month, orange, silver, or purple. ‘Dreamt’ is the only English word that ends in the letters ‘MT. (Are you doubting this?) Our… Read more →