Pronunciation of Chime  


English Meaning

See Chine, n., 3.

  1. An apparatus for striking a bell or set of bells to produce a musical sound.
  2. Music A set of tuned bells used as an orchestral instrument. Often used in the plural.
  3. A single bell, as in the mechanism of a clock.
  4. The sound produced by or as if by a bell or bells.
  5. Agreement; accord: a flawless chime of romance and reality.
  6. To sound with a harmonious ring when struck.
  7. To make a musical sound by striking a bell or set of bells.
  8. To be in agreement or accord: harmonize: Their views chimed with ours. The seafood and wine chimed perfectly.
  9. To produce (music) by striking bells.
  10. To strike (a bell) to produce music.
  11. To signal or make known by chiming: The clock chimed noon.
  12. To call, send, or welcome by chiming.
  13. To repeat insistently.
  14. chime in To interrupt the speech of others, especially with an unwanted opinion.
  15. chime in To join in harmoniously.
  16. chime in To go together harmoniously; agree.
  17. The rim of a cask.

Malayalam Meaning

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× ഘണ്ടാനാദം - Ghandaanaadham | Ghandanadham
× ഏകതാളമാകുക - Ekathaalamaakuka | Ekathalamakuka
× ഒരേ താളക്രമത്തിൽ ഉയരുന്ന മണിനാദം - Ore Thaalakramaththil Uyarunna Maninaadham | Ore Thalakramathil Uyarunna Maninadham
× മണിനാദമേള - Maninaadhamela | Maninadhamela
× വാദ്യഘോഷമേളനം - Vaadhyaghoshamelanam | Vadhyaghoshamelanam
× മണിനാദം - Maninaadham | Maninadham
× ഒരേ താളക്രമത്തില്‍ ഉയരുന്ന മണി മുഴക്കുക - Ore Thaalakramaththil‍ Uyarunna Mani Muzhakkuka | Ore Thalakramathil‍ Uyarunna Mani Muzhakkuka
× താളക്രമത്തില്‍ ഉച്ചരിക്കുക - Thaalakramaththil‍ Ucharikkuka | Thalakramathil‍ Ucharikkuka
× മേളത്തില്‍ ചൊല്ലുക - Melaththil‍ Cholluka | Melathil‍ Cholluka
× ഒരേ താളക്രമത്തില്‍ ഉയരുന്ന മണിനാദം - Ore Thaalakramaththil‍ Uyarunna Maninaadham | Ore Thalakramathil‍ Uyarunna Maninadham


The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.


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