What is the Hindi translation of ginger

Ginger hindi

Ginger hindi: How can you use the German word, the German expression ginger translate into the Hindi language, so say in Hindi? There are different possibilities for this. The German expression ginger can be translated into Hindi as Adaraka. German ginger, Hindi Adaraka.

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Different spellings for Adaraka

The Hindi word Adaraka is written in India in the Devanagari script, a script which is the basis for all other Indian scripts. [[Devanagari is based on the Brahmi script. Brahmi is the oldest known and deciphered script in India. Sanskrit and Hindi in particular are written in Devanagari. The Hindi word we are talking about is written in Devanagari अदरक Devanagari has more characters than the Roman script, in which, for example, German is written. The Hindi language has different sounds than e.g. the German language. There are various ways of transcribing, transliterating or transcribing Hindi words into the Roman script, which is common in Europe. In the official Hunter Transliteration, also called Simplified Transcription, this word is written e.g. Adaraka. However, there are various so-called simplified transliterations of Hindi words into Roman script. Because Hindi in Roman script is only an approximation - there are different sounds in Hindi than in Latin. One way out is, for example, diacritical marks, i.e. dots, lines, ticks, etc. below or above a letter. Orientalists, for example, agreed on the IAST transliteration in 1894, which is now also applied to all Indian languages. However, you have to be careful: Hindi words written in IAST are spoken differently than if they were Sanskrit words. The IAST transliteration is also called scientific transliteration or transliteration with diacritical marks. On IAST, for example, the word we are talking about is written adaraka. No matter how you write it, it is pronounced similarly, although there are also dialects in Hindi. So German ginger is Adaraka, अदरक, adaraka in Hindi

German ginger - Hindi Adaraka

Hindi-German translations

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Adaraka

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Summary

The Hindi expression Adaraka can be translated into German as ginger.

Ginger German - Hindi translation Adaraka.Hindi dictionary