The forehead or brow, the part of the face above the eyes; sometimes, also, the whole face.
- The forward part or surface, as of a building.
- The area, location, or position directly before or ahead.
- A position of leadership or superiority.
- The forehead or face, especially of a bird or other animal.
- Demeanor or bearing, especially in the presence of danger or difficulty.
- An outward, often feigned, appearance or manner: They put up a good front.
- Land bordering a lake, river, or street.
- A promenade along the water at a resort.
- A detachable part of a man's dress shirt covering the chest; a dickey.
- The most forward line of a combat force.
- The area of contact between opposing combat forces; a battlefront.
- Meteorology The interface between air masses of different temperatures or densities.
- A field of activity: the economic front.
- A group or movement uniting various individuals or organizations for the achievement of a common purpose; a coalition.
- A nominal leader lacking in real authority; a figurehead.
- An apparently respectable person, group, or business used as a cover for secret or illegal activities.
- Archaic The first part; the beginning.
- Archaic The face; the countenance.
- Of, relating to, aimed at, or located in the front: the front lines; the front row; front property on Lake Tahoe.
- Linguistics Designating vowels produced at or toward the front of the oral cavity, such as the vowels of green and get.
- To look out on; face: a house that fronts the ocean.
- To meet in opposition; confront.
- To provide a front for.
- To serve as a front for.
- Music To lead (a group of musicians): "Goodman . . . became the first major white bandleader to front an integrated group” ( Bill Barol).
- Informal To provide before payment: "In . . . personal liability suits, a lawyer is fronting both time and money” ( Richard Faille).
- Linguistics To move (a word or phrase) to the beginning of a clause or sentence, typically for emphasis or contrast.
- Linguistics To cause (a vowel) to be pronounced farther toward the front of the oral cavity.
- To have a front; face onto something else: Her property fronts on the highway.
- To provide an apparently respectable cover for secret or illegal activities: fronting for organized crime.
- Used by a desk clerk in a hotel to summon a bellhop.
- front and center In the most prominent position.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
മുന്നോക്കം - Munnokkam ;ശിരസ്സ് - Shirassu ;മുമ്പുറം - Mumpuram ;അഗ്രഭാഗം - Agrabhaagam | Agrabhagam ;അത്യഗ്ര - Athyagra ;മുന്ഭാഗം - Munbhaagam | Munbhagam ;