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03 August 2021

Peace and Harmony Glossary (meanings for 30 difficult words) for class 6 English

 Peace and Harmony Glossary (meanings for 30 difficult words) with pictures and example sentences
Peace and Harmony - Glossary
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peace (n): freedom from disturbance; tranquillity (శాంతి)

Eg: All the animals in the forest lived together in peace and harmony.


harmony (n) a situation in which people are peaceful and agree with each other, or when things seem right or suitable together (సామరస్యం)

Eg: Everyone exprects peace and harmony in their locality.


together (adv): into companionship or close association (కలిసి, ఒకటిగా)

Eg: The animals in the forest lived together.


roamed (v): moved about or travelled aimlessly over a wide area (తిరిగారు)

Eg: The animals roamed about the jungle feely without any fear.


open fields (n): any area of the playing field away from the traffic (బహిరంగ క్షేత్రాలు)

Eg: The animals roamed in the open fields in the jungle. 


proud (n):feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction (గర్వం)

Eg: The peacocks can dance well. So, they feel proud of themselves.


admired (v):regard with respect or warm approval (ఇష్టపడి మెచ్చుకొను)

Eg: The peacocks admired the songs of the cuckoos.


melodious (adj):pleasant-sounding (మధురమైన లేదా శ్రావ్యమైన)

Eg: The cuckoos can sing songs melodiously.


pythons (n): a large heavy-bodied non-venomous snake (కొండచిలువలు)

Eg: Pythons are blessed with long bodies.


fur (n): the short, fine, soft hair of certain animals (బొచ్చు/వెంట్రుకలు)

Eg: The sheep has fine fur on its body.


tiny (adj): small in size (చిన్న/సూక్ష్మమైన)

Eg: It’s a tiny butterfly on my finger.


tickled (v): lightly touch or prod (a person or a part of the body) in a way that causes mild discomfort or itching and often laughter (చక్కిలిగింత)

Eg: The friend tickled and I laughed.


exhibited (v): publicly display (a work of art or item of interest) in an art gallery or museum or at a trade fair (ప్రదర్శించు)

Eg: We exhibited our science experiments in our school.


poisoned (v): spoiled (ఇక్కడ  ఆలోచనలను విషపూరితం చేయడం అంటే చెడగొట్టడం అని అర్థం)

Eg: The jackal poisoned the minds of the animals.


praise (v): express warm approval or admiration of (ప్రశంసించు/మెచ్చుకొను)

Eg: Our teachers and parents praise us when we do something good.


approached (v):speak to (someone) for the first time about a proposal or request (సమీపించు)

Eg: We approach our teacher when we get any doubt.


whispered (v): speak very softly using one's breath rather than one's throat, especially for the sake of secrecy (గుసగుస)

Eg: We whisper when something is secret.


boundaries (n):a line which marks the limits of an area; a dividing line (సరిహద్దు)

Eg: Every house has a boundary around it.


fences (n): a barrier, railing, or other upright structure, typically of wood or wire, enclosing an area of ground to prevent or control access or escape (కంచెలు)

Eg: We build fences around our farms to protect them from animals.


property (n): objects or things owned by somebody (ఆస్తి)

Eg: We have no property. Honesty is only our property.


disappeared (v): be lost or go missing; become impossible to find (అదృశ్యమగు)

Eg: The sun disappears in the evening.


appeared (v): come into sight; become visible or noticeable, especially without apparent cause (ప్రత్యక్షమగు/అగుపించు)

Eg: The sun appears in the East in the morning.


woe (n): great sorrow or distress (దుఃఖకరమైన)

Eg: All the animals went to meet sadhu to narrate their tales of woe. 


accompanied (v): go somewhere with (someone) as a companion or escort (కలిసి)

Eg: The cat accompanied the dog to their friends.


opportunity (n): a time or set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something (అవకాశం)

Eg: There may be many opportunities in our life.


unanimously (adv): without opposition; with the agreement of all people involved (ఏకగ్రీవంగా)

Eg: Ramadevi is elected unanimously sarpanch for Sripally village panchayat.


supper (n): an evening meal, typically a light or informal one (రాత్రి భోజనం)

Eg: We have completed our supper.


disappointed (adj): sad or displeased because someone or something has failed to fulfil one's hopes or expectations (నిరాశ చెందిన)

Eg: He was disappointed in the exams.


strange (adj): unusual or surprising; difficult to understand or explain (వింతైన)

Eg: He looks strange.


bloat (v): make or become swollen with fluid or gas (ఉబ్బు)

Eg: The pig bloated after an accident. 


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