English Hindi Dictionary & Translation

What is the meaning of orphan in Hindi?

Meaning of orphan in Hindi is :
अनाथ

Definition of word orphan

  • A child whose parents are dead. (noun)
  • A child who has been deprived of parental care and has not been adopted. (noun)
  • A young animal without a mother. (noun)
  • One that lacks support, supervision, or care: A lack of corporate interest has made the subsidiary an orphan. (noun)
  • An orphan technology or product. (noun)
  • A line of type beginning a new paragraph at the bottom of a column or page. (noun)
  • A short line of type at the bottom of a paragraph, column, or page; a widow. (noun)
  • Deprived of parents. (adjective)
  • Intended for orphans: an orphan home. (adjective)
  • Lacking support, supervision, or care. (adjective)
  • Not developed or marketed, especially on account of being commercially unprofitable: "an aggregation of every orphan technology at the Pentagon, stuff that's been around for years that nobody would buy” ( Harper's). (adjective)
  • To deprive (a child or young animal) of a parent or parents. (verb-transitive)

Examples of word orphan

  • She clenched her teeth and grimaced as if pronouncing the word orphan filled her mouth with castor oil.
  • It matters because the term orphan carries enormous emotional weight.
  • He was so sweet, but I was afraid that the moment he heard the word orphan, he would back away and pretend he never knew me.
  • That was how Angela had first met Myles’s mother, three weeks after discovering the meaning of the word orphan herself.
  • The budgeteers claim $630 million in cuts from what are called "orphan earmarks," or construction that never started, and $2 billion more for transportation projects, some of which were likely to be canceled.

Varients Of Word orphan

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