Nephew ന്റെ മലയാളം അർത്ഥം 


Nephew- baby

Nephew = അനന്തരവന്‍

Pronunciation = Nephew

Nephew in Malayalam: നെഫ്യൂ

Part of speech: noun

Plural: Nephews( നെഫ്യൂസ്‌ )

Definition in English:  a son of one’s brother or sister, or of one’s brother-in-law or sister-in-law.

Definition in Malayalam: സഹോദരന്‍റെയോ സഹോദരിയുടെയോ പുത്രന്‍

Examples in English:

  • Ravi was always talking about his nephew
  • He is my Nephew

Examples in Malayalam:

  • രവി ഇപ്പോഴും തന്റെ അനന്തരവനെകുറിച്ചു സംസാരിക്കുന്നത് കേൾക്കാം

Synonyms for Nephew

Synonyms in Malayalam  സഹോദരപുത്രന്‍, മരുമകന്‍, ഭാഗിനേയന്‍
Synonyms in English  brother’s son , sisters son

Antonyms for Nephew

in Malayalam  ഭാഗിനേയി, അനന്തരവള്‍, മരുമകള്‍
in English  niece, brother’s daughter , sister’s daughter

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