Feminine Form Of Meaning in Hindi


  1. 1. अंधी (p. aMdhI )
  2. 2. कोरी (p. korI )
  3. 3. खड़ी (p. khaड़I )
  4. 4. खरी (p. kharI )
  5. 5. चपला (p. capalA )
  6. 6. छोटी (p. choTI )
  7. 7. दीवानी (p. dIvAnI )
  8. 8. बंडी (p. baMDI )
  9. 9. बड़ी (p. baड़I )
  10. 10. बुरी (p. burI )
  11. 11. बूढ़ी (p. bUढ़I )
  12. 12. मँदी (p. ma~dI )
  13. 13. मान्या मान्य. (p. mAnyA mAnya. )
  14. 14. मीठी (p. mIThI )
  15. 15. सारी (p. sArI )


  1. 1. भवदीया भवदीय. (p. bhavadIyA bhavadIya. )
  2. 2. सी (p. sI )


  1. 1. री (p. rI )
  2. 2. चमारिन चमार. (p. camArina camAra. )
  3. 3. नकटी (p. nakaTI )
  4. 4. नटी (p. naTI )
  5. 5. बै (p. bai )
  6. 6. बैरन~रिन (p. bairana~rina )
  7. 7. याचिका (p. yAcikA )
  8. 8. लेखिका (p. lekhikA )
  9. 9. सूचिका (p. sUcikA )

Feminine Form Of Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "New Myths of Feminine Divine"
- Cynthia Joyce Clay, Zollocco: A Novel of Another Universe

2. "The material world is all feminine. The feminine engergy makes the non-manifest, manifest. So even men (are of the feminine energy). We have to relinquish our ideas of gender in the conventional sense. This has nothing to do with gender, it has to do with energy. So feminine energy is what creates and allows anything which is non-manifest, like an idea, to come into form, into being, to be born. All that we experience in the world around us, absolutely everything (is feminine energy). The only way that anything exists is through the feminine force."
- Quote by Zeena Schreck

3. "Curiosity is one of the forms of feminine bravery."
- Victor Hugo, Ninety-Three

5. "Although the masculine form of appellation is typically used when listing the level titles of the various types of characters, these names can easily be changed to the feminine if desired. This is fantasy--what's in a name? In all but a few cases sex makes no difference to ability!"
- Gary Gygax, Players Handbook

6. "If it is said men oppress women, the husband reacts indigntantly; he feels oppressed: he is; but in fact, it is the masculine code, the society developed by males and in their interest, that has defined the feminine condition in a form that is now for both sexes a source of distress."
- Quote by Simone de Beauvoir

7. "Who was responsible for this fear of the feminine that could only be described as acute collective paranoia? We could say: Of course, men were responsible. But then why in many ancient pre-Christian civilizations such as the Sumerian, Egyptian, and Celtic were women respected and the feminine principle not feared but revered? What is it that suddenly made men feel threatened by the female? The evolving ego in them. It knew it could gain full control of our planet only through the male form, and to do so, it had to render the female powerless."
- Eckhart Tolle, A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose

8. "The latest scientific teachings are that the creative corpuscles or electrons are Feminine (science says "they are composed of negative electricity" — we say they are composed of Feminine energy). A Feminine corpuscle becomes detached from, or rather leaves, a Masculine corpuscle, and starts on a new career. It actively seeks a union with a Masculine corpuscle, being urged thereto by the natural impulse to create new forms of Matter or Energy. One writer goes so far as to use the term "it at once seeks, of its own volition, a union," etc. This detachment and uniting form the basis of the greater part of the activities of the chemical world. When the Feminine corpuscle unites with a Masculine corpuscle, a certain process is begun. The Feminine particles vibrate rapidly under the influence of the Masculine energy, and circle rapidly around the latter. The result is the birth of a new atom. This new atom is really composed of a union of the Masculine and Feminine electrons, or corpuscles"
- Three Initiates, Kybalion: A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece

9. "The deepest experience of the creator is feminine, for it is experience of receiving and bearing."
- Quote by Rainer Maria Rilke

10. "The part of the Masculine principle seems to be that of directing a certain inherent energy toward the Feminine principle, and thus starting into activity the creative processes. But the Feminine principle is the one always doing the active creative work — and this is so on all planes. And yet, each principle is incapable of operative energy without the assistance of the other. In some of the forms of life, the two principles are combined in one organism. For that matter, everything in the organic world manifests both genders — there is always the Masculine present in the Feminine form, and the Feminine form. The Hermetic Teachings include much regarding the operation of the two principles of Gender in the production and manifestation of various forms of energy, etc., but we do not deem it expedient to go into detail regarding the same at this point, because we are unable to back up the same with scientific proof, for the reason that science has not as yet progressed thus far. But the"
- Three Initiates, Kybalion: A Study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece

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