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SYNO MEANING IN URDU

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Synopsis  
Khaka
خاکہ
Synonymously  
Mutradif Ya Hum Mani Alfaz K Tor Par
مترادف یا ہم معنی الفاظ کے طور پر
Synonymous  
Mutradif
Hum Mani
مترادف
ہم معنی
Synonym  
Hum Maeani
Mutradif
ہم معنی
مترادف

Definition & Synonyms

• Synopses

  1. (pl. ) of Synopsis

• Synonym

  1. (n.) One of two or more words corresponding in meaning but of different languages; a heteronym.
  2. (n.) An incorrect or incorrectly applied scientific name, as a new name applied to a species or genus already properly named, or a specific name preoccupied by that of another species of the same genus; -- so used in the system of nomenclature (which see) in which the correct scientific names of certain natural groups (usually genera, species, and subspecies) are regarded as determined by priority.
  3. (n.) One of two or more words (commonly words of the same language) which are equivalents of each other; one of two or more words which have very nearly the same signification, and therefore may often be used interchangeably. See under Synonymous.

• Synonymist

  1. (n.) One who collects or explains synonyms.

• Synoptical

  1. (a.) Affording a general view of the whole, or of the principal parts of a thing; as, a synoptic table; a synoptical statement of an argument.
Synonyms:
Synoptic,

• Synonyma

  1. (n. pl.) Synonyms.

• Synonymicon

  1. (n.) A dictionary of synonyms.

• Synopsis

  1. (n.) A general view, or a collection of heads or parts so arranged as to exhibit a general view of the whole; an abstract or summary of a discourse; a syllabus; a conspectus.
Synonyms:
Abstract, Outline, Precis,

• Synoptist

  1. (n.) Any one of the authors of the three synoptic Gospels, which give a history of our Lords life and ministry, in distinction from the writer of Johns Gospel, which gives a fuller record of his teachings.

• Synosteoses

  1. (pl. ) of Synosteosis

• Synovial

  1. (a.) Of or pertaining to synovia; secreting synovia.