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Vocabulary Lists Happy New Year! Words & Phrases for the New Year!
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Happy New Year! Words & Phrases for the New Year!

हैपी न्यू इयर! वर्ड्ज़ ऐंड फ्रेज़ेज़ फॉर दा न्यू इयर!
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year
साल साल (n)
SaaL
year
अठारह साल पहले अठारह साल पहले
athraah SaaL pahLe
eighteen years ago
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midnight
मध्यरात्री मध्यरात्री (n)
maDHyaraaTrii
midnight
resolution
संकल्प संकल्प (n)
SaNkaLp
resolution
firework
आतिशबाज़ी आतिशबाज़ी (n)
aaTisbaazii
firework
champagne
शैम्पेन शैम्पेन (n)
saimpeN
champagne
dancing
नृत्य नृत्य (n)
NriTya
dancing
celebration
उत्सव उत्सव (n)
uTSav
celebration
toast
टोस्ट टोस्ट
ṭōsṭ
toast
New Year's Eve
नए साल की शाम नए साल की शाम
Na'ē Sāl kī śām
New Year's Eve
countdown
उलटी गिनती उलटी गिनती
ulṭī giNtī
countdown
New Year's Day
नव वर्ष दिवस नव वर्ष दिवस
Nava varṣ DivaS
New Year's Day
confetti
कॉन्फ़ेट्टी कॉन्फ़ेट्टी
KauNfēttī
confetti
party
समारोह समारोह (n)
samāroh
party
parade
परेड परेड (n)
Parēḍa
parade
New Year's Holiday
नए साल की छुट्टी नए साल की छुट्टी
Na'ē sāl kī chuṭṭī
New Year's Holiday
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HindiPod101.comVerified
Friday at 3:17 pm
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Hey listeners! Do you want to learn more about New Year's Day in India? Check out this Hindi lesson:


Video Culture Class: Indian New Years' Day

https://www.hindipod101.com/2014/07/11/video-culture-class-indian-holidays-1-new-years-day/

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Sunday at 12:24 pm
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Hi Rabi'u,


Thanks for your question!


Both "NriTy" and "Naac" can mean "dance". Examples, "uSakaa NriTy/Naac bahut acchaa THaa" (Her dance was very good) or "vah bahuT acchaa NriTy kar/Naac rahii THii" (She was dancing very well).


In spoken language, "Naac/NaacaNaa" is more commonly used.


I hope that helps!

Roohi

Team HindiPod101.com

Rabi'u Khan
Sunday at 5:39 pm
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My question here is if the word "NriTya" means "Dancing’' Then what the meaning of "Naach/Naachte" and if they are the same meaning which one is most common used?