rabbit മുയല്‍


rabbit = മുയല്‍

Pronunciation =  rabbit

Pronunciation in Malayalam =  റാബ്ബിറ്റ്

rabbit in Malayalam: മുയല്‍

Part of speechnoun

Definition in English: any of various burrowing animals of the family Leporidae having long ears and short tails; some domesticated and raised for pets or food

having the approximate size of a rabbit

Definition in Malayalam: ലൈപോരുടെ കുടുംബതില്ലേ വിവിധ പൊരിച്ചെടുക്കൽ മൃഗങ്ങൾ നീണ്ട ചെവികളും ചെറിയ വാലുകളും ഉള്ളവ; ഭക്ഷണത്തിനുവേണ്ടിയോ വളർത്തുമൃഗങ്ങൾ ആകാൻ വേണ്ടിയോ വളർത്തുന്നവ;മുയലിന്റെ ഏകദേശ വലുപ്പം ഉള്ള

Examples in English:

  • I saw a rabbit on my way to school.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • സ്കൂളിൽ പോകുന്ന വഴിയിൽ ഒരു മുയൽ ഞാൻ കണ്ടു.

Synonyms of rabbit

Synonyms in Malayalam N/A
Synonyms in English bunny, hare, rodent, lapin

Antonyms of rabbit

Antonyms in Malayalam N/A
Antonyms in English N/A

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