Poignant

Pronunciation of Poignant  

   

English Meaning

Pricking; piercing; sharp; pungent.

  1. Profoundly moving; touching: a poignant memory. See Synonyms at moving.
  2. Physically painful: "Keen, poignant agonies seemed to shoot from his neck downward” ( Ambrose Bierce).
  3. Keenly distressing to the mind or feelings: poignant anxiety.
  4. Piercing; incisive: poignant criticism.
  5. Neat, skillful, and to the point: poignant illustrations supplementing the text.
  6. Astute and pertinent; relevant: poignant suggestions.
  7. Agreeably intense or stimulating: poignant delight.
  8. Archaic Sharp or sour to the taste; piquant.
  9. Archaic Sharp or pungent to the smell.

Malayalam Meaning

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× ഹൃദയസ്പൃക്കായ - Hrudhayasprukkaaya | Hrudhayasprukkaya
× കത്തുന്ന - Kaththunna | Kathunna
× ഉഗ്രമായ - Ugramaaya | Ugramaya
× ദയനീയമായ - Dhayaneeyamaaya | Dhayaneeyamaya
× കാവ്യം - Kaavyam | Kavyam
× പദ്യം - Padhyam
× മുനയുള്ള രൂക്ഷമായ - Munayulla Rookshamaaya | Munayulla Rookshamaya
× പാട്ട് - Paattu | Pattu
× കാരമുള്ള - Kaaramulla | Karamulla
× തീവ്രമായ - Theevramaaya | Theevramaya
× കവിത - Kavitha
× ഹൃദയഭേദകമായ - Hrudhayabhedhakamaaya | Hrudhayabhedhakamaya
× ദുഃഖമോ ദയയോ ഉളവാക്കുന്ന - Dhuakhamo Dhayayo Ulavaakkunna | Dhuakhamo Dhayayo Ulavakkunna

   

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

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