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Malayalam translation: Yogyatha, Arhatha

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17:29 May 16, 2001
English to Malayalam translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: eligibility
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Uday
Malayalam translation:Yogyatha, Arhatha
Explanation:
Both words, Yogyatha and Arhatha can be used for eligible or eligibility. Yogyatha is the better of the two words as Arhatha is also used as a meaning of 'deserving'.
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naYogyathaKavya
naYogyatha, Arhatharechu


  

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8 hrs
Yogyatha, Arhatha


Explanation:
Both words, Yogyatha and Arhatha can be used for eligible or eligibility. Yogyatha is the better of the two words as Arhatha is also used as a meaning of 'deserving'.

rechu
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13 hrs
Yogyatha


Explanation:
eligibility=yogyatha

Kavya
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