Nostalgic Meaning – తెలుగు అర్ధము

వ్యామోహం

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Nostalgic – వ్యామోహం

Pronunciation = Nostalgic

Nostalgic in Teluguవ్యామోహం

Part of speech: Adjective

Plural: Nostalgias (నోస్టల్గియాస్ )

Definition in English: unhappy about being away , longingly remembering.

Definition in Telugu:మీకు ఒకప్పుడు జరిగిన విషయాల గురించి ఆలోచించినప్పుడు సంతోషంగా మరియు కొద్దిగా విచారంగా ఉండడం.

Examples in English:

  • I feel quite nostalgic for the place where I grew up.
  • A nostalgic feeling of affinity.

Examples in Telugu:

  • నేను పెరిగిన స్థలానికి చాలా వ్యామోహంగా భావిస్తున్నాను.
  • అనుబంధం యొక్క ఒక వ్యామోహం భావన

Synonyms for Nostalgic

Synonyms in Telugu విచారంగా, భీకరమైన
Synonyms in English Cornball, Down memory lane, Drippy, Homesick, Like yesterday, Lonesome, Longing, Mushy

Antonyms for Nostalgic

in Telugu అవాంఛనీయ.
in English Undesiring, Undesirous

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