English To Hindi

What is the meaning of diamond in Hindi?

Meaning of diamond in Hindi is : हीरा

Definition of word diamond

  • A glimmering glass-like mineral that is an allotrope of carbon in which each atom is surrounded by four others in the form of a tetrahedron. (noun)
    एक चमकता हुआ कांच जैसा खनिज जो कार्बन का एक अपरूप है जिसमें प्रत्येक परमाणु एक चतुष्फलक के रूप में चार अन्य से घिरा होता है।
  • made of, or containing diamond, a diamond or diamonds. (adjective)
    हीरा, हीरा या हीरे से बना या युक्त।
  • to adorn with or as if with diamonds (verb)
    हीरे से सजाना या मानो

Examples of word diamond

  • -- The real identity of the two words explains Milton’s use of ‘diamond’ in _Paradise Lost_, b. 7; and also in that sublime passage in his _Apology for Smectymnuus_: “Then zeal, whose substance is ethereal, arming in complete _diamond_”.
  • I didn't know that the word diamond comes from the Greek word "Adamas" which means unconquerable.
  • Dayzatari say that diamonds are the thoughts of stars, fallen to earth, and the Pelorian name for diamond translates as "starthought."
  • Their trip to the crystal leads to the discovery that the diamond is actually hollow and harbors an alternate Earth.
  • I'll tell you, that very first shot, we got an amazing, amazing photo of what they call the diamond ring.
  • If you wait another five minutes on this tape, you'll see what we call the diamond ring.
  • These patrol men should have had a lot more training now, been able to gone into the school, been able to move into what we call a diamond formation, where the actual patrol officers stack up in three-man teams and begin a methodical search of the entire building going directly to the threat, not actually waiting outside the school which is what we saw in Columbine.
  • Since those days Mr. Menpes has continued to draw from photographs, and -- the base of his artistic education being deficient from the first -- the result of his long abstention from Nature is apparent, even to the least critical, in the some hundred and seventy paintings, etchings, and what he calls diamond-points on ivory, on exhibition at
  • Mr Cameron's inner team is settled in what he calls a diamond formation, with Andy Coulson, the Essex man, on the right wing, his ideas guru Steve Hilton providing the empathy and George Osborne providing the unshakeable will to win.