- To move freely back and forth or up and down in the air, as branches in the wind.
- To make a signal with an up-and-down or back-and-forth movement of the hand or an object held in the hand: waved as she drove by.
- To have an undulating or wavy form; curve or curl: Her hair waves naturally.
- To cause to move back and forth or up and down, either once or repeatedly: She waved a fan before her face.
- To move or swing as in giving a signal: He waved his hand. See Synonyms at flourish.
- To signal or express by waving the hand or an object held in the hand: We waved goodbye.
- To signal (a person) to move in a specified direction: The police officer waved the motorist into the right lane.
- To arrange into curves, curls, or undulations: wave one's hair.
- A ridge or swell moving through or along the surface of a large body of water.
- A small ridge or swell moving across the interface of two fluids and dependent on surface tension.
- The sea. Often used in the plural: vanished beneath the waves.
- Something that suggests the form and motion of a wave in the sea, especially:
- A moving curve or succession of curves in or on a surface; an undulation: waves of wheat in the wind.
- A curve or succession of curves, as in the hair.
- A curved shape, outline, or pattern.
- A movement up and down or back and forth: a wave of the hand.
- A surge or rush, as of sensation: a wave of nausea; a wave of indignation.
- A sudden great rise, as in activity or intensity: a wave of panic selling on the stock market.
- A rising trend that involves large numbers of individuals: a wave of conservatism.
- One of a succession of mass movements: the first wave of settlers.
- A maneuver in which fans at a sports event simulate an ocean wave by rising quickly in sequence with arms upraised and then quickly sitting down again in a continuous rolling motion.
- A widespread, persistent meteorological condition, especially of temperature: a heat wave.
- Physics A disturbance traveling through a medium by which energy is transferred from one particle of the medium to another without causing any permanent displacement of the medium itself.
- Physics A graphic representation of the variation of such a disturbance with time.
- Physics A single cycle of such a disturbance.
- wave off To dismiss or refuse by waving the hand or arm: waved off his invitation to join the group.
- wave off Sports To cancel or nullify by waving the arms, usually from a crossed position: waved off the goal because time had run out.
Malayalam MeaningTransliteration ON/OFF | Not Correct/Proper?
വീശുക - Veeshuka ;ആവേശം - Aavesham | avesham ;ഭണ്ഡി - Bhandi ;അര്ഗ്ഗളം - Arggalam ;കൈമാടല് - Kaimaadal | Kaimadal ;തിരമാല - Thiramaala | Thiramala ;