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  • ceiling

    chad

    floor

    mejhe

    table

    tabil

    chair

    chyar

    clock

    ghori

    watch

    hat ghori

    window

    jan la

    door

    door ja

    eraser

    duster

    open

    khola

    close

    bondho

    where

    kothai

    put on the light

    alo jalao

    put out the light

    alo nibao

    here

    e khane

    there

    o khane

    aunt/older woman

    mashima

    so-so

    motamoti

    getting by

    cholche

    student

    chatro-chatree

    wait one second

    ektu opekha korun

    sit down a minute

    ektu boshun

    stand and wait a minute

    ektu daran

    give (formal/informal)

    din/dao

    take (formal/informal)

    nin/nao

    put away (formal/informal)

    rakhun/rakho

    put away (I)

    rakhchi

    May I go?

    ebar jaee?

    I am in bad health

    Amar shoriq kara

    shirt

    jama

    glasses

    choshma

    scarf

    chador

    pants

    pyant

    notebook

    khata

    paper

    kagoj

    letter

    chithi

    friend

    bondhoo

    we are chatting

    amraa golpo korchii

    flashlight

    torch

    socks

    buja

    shoes

    juta

    umbrella

    chata

    greeting (arabic)

    salaam alaikum

    first person pronouns

    ami -> amar -> amake
    amra -> amader -> amader(ke)

    second person informal pronouns

    toomi -> tomar -> tomake
    tomra -> tomader -> tomader(ke)

    second person formal pronouns

    aapni -> aapnar -> aapnake
    aapnara -> aapnader -> aapnader(ke)

    third person informal pronouns (closest)

    e -> er -> eke
    era -> eder -> eder(ke)

    third person informal pronouns (close)

    o -> or -> oke
    ora -> oder -> oder(ke)

    third person informal pronouns (far)

    she -> tar -> take
    tara -> tader -> tader(ke)

    third person formal pronouns (closest)

    iini -> enar -> enake
    enara -> enader -> enader(ke)

    third person formal pronouns (close)

    uunii -> unar -> unake
    unara -> unader -> unader(ke)

    third person formal pronouns (far)

    tiini -> t~aar -> t~aake
    t~aara -> t~aader -> t~ader(ke)

    swan

    raj hash

    sun

    shoorjo

    orange (fruit)

    komla lebu

    rose (flower)

    golap

    head

    matha

    eyebrows

    bhuru

    eyes

    chokh

    teeth

    daat

    mouth/face

    mukh

    tongue

    jiv

    lips

    thhot

    back of neck

    ghaar

    throat

    gola

    forehead

    kopal

    plane

    biman

    spell

    banan lekh

    morning

    sokal

    stove

    unun

    empty

    khali

    surprised

    obak

    sugar

    cini

    peacock

    moyur

    the end

    Sesh

    crime/fault

    dosh

    English

    imreji

    happiness

    sukh

    envelope

    kham

    husband

    svami

    world

    jogot

    ginger

    ada

    courage

    sahog

    bread

    ruTi

    breeze

    bayu

    fever

    jvor

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