Twang

Pronunciation of Twang  

   

English Meaning

A tang. See Tang a state.

  1. To emit a sharp, vibrating sound, as the string of a musical instrument does when it is plucked.
  2. To resound with a sharp, vibrating sound.
  3. To speak in a strongly nasal tone of voice.
  4. To cause to make a sharp, vibrating sound: twanged the car antenna.
  5. To utter with a strongly nasal tone of voice.
  6. A sharp, vibrating sound, as that of a plucked string.
  7. A strongly nasal tone of voice, especially as a peculiarity of certain regional dialects.

Malayalam Meaning

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× സംസാരഭേദം - Samsaarabhedham | Samsarabhedham
× ധ്വനി - Dhvani
× മൂക്കുകൊണ്ടുള്ള സംസാരം - Mookkukondulla Samsaaram | Mookkukondulla Samsaram
× ഞാണൊലി - Njaanoli | Njanoli
× ഞാണൊലി - Njaanoli | Njanoli
× മൂളുക - Mooluka
× ഞാണൊലി മുഴങ്ങുക - Njaanoli Muzhanguka | Njanoli Muzhanguka
× അനുനാസികസ്വരം - Anunaasikasvaram | Anunasikaswaram
× സ്വരം - Svaram | swaram
× മണിനാദമുണ്ടാക്കുക - Maninaadhamundaakkuka | Maninadhamundakkuka
× ഝംകാരം - Jhamkaaram | Jhamkaram
× ഞാണൊലി മുഴങ്ങുക - Njaanoli Muzhanguka | Njanoli Muzhanguka
× മണിനാദമുണ്ടാകുക - Maninaadhamundaakuka | Maninadhamundakuka
× മൂക്കുകൊണ്ടുള്ള സംസാരം - Mookkukondulla Samsaaram | Mookkukondulla Samsaram

   

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

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