bunny

Hindi translation: Khargosh

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English term or phrase:bunny
Hindi translation:Khargosh
Entered by: Amit Tripuraneni (X)

14:01 Jan 14, 2002
English to Hindi translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
English term or phrase: bunny
The bunny hops.
bunny
Khargosh
Explanation:
Bunny would be a offshoot of 'Rabbit' and the best way to explain the sentence you have written is "khargosh phudakta hai" which is the literal traslation for the sentence. So the word 'Bunny' translated into hindi would be 'Khargosh'
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Amit Tripuraneni (X)
Local time: 07:32
Grading comment
Thank you so very much! I have an Indian friend that I email and I wanted to sign my letters with Bunny in Hindi! This is super!
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5 +3Khargosh
Amit Tripuraneni (X)


  

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Khargosh


Explanation:
Bunny would be a offshoot of 'Rabbit' and the best way to explain the sentence you have written is "khargosh phudakta hai" which is the literal traslation for the sentence. So the word 'Bunny' translated into hindi would be 'Khargosh'

Amit Tripuraneni (X)
Local time: 07:32
Grading comment
Thank you so very much! I have an Indian friend that I email and I wanted to sign my letters with Bunny in Hindi! This is super!

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