adverb ক্ৰিয়া বিশেষণ

Amain meaning in assamese


  • Pronunciation


  • Definition

    with all your strength

    তোমাৰ সমস্ত শক্তিৰে

  • Example

    I pulled the ropes amain to move the sail.

    পালখন লৰচৰ কৰিবলৈ ৰছীবোৰ আমাইন টানিলোঁ।

adverb ক্ৰিয়া বিশেষণ

Amain meaning in assamese


  • Definition

    at full speed

    সম্পূৰ্ণ গতিৰে

adverb ক্ৰিয়া বিশেষণ

Amain meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. With all of one's might; mightily; forcefully, violently.

    নিজৰ সকলো শক্তিৰে; শক্তিশালীভাৱে; জোৰকৈ, হিংস্ৰভাৱে।

  • Examples:
    1. And in beholding how he [the cyclops Polyphemus] fed and belked vp againe / His bloody vittels at his mouth, and vttred out amayne / The clottred gobbets mixt with wyne, I [Odysseus] thus ſurmyſde: like lot / Hangs ouer my head now, and I muſt alſo go to pot.

    2. And rearing Lindis [a river] backward pressed / Shook all her trembling bankes amaine; / Then madly at the eygre's breast / Flung uppe her weltring walls again. Archaic spelling has been intentionally used.$V$Archaic spelling has been intentionally used.

    3. But as the strange captain, leaning over the pallid bulwarks, was in the act of putting his trumpet to his mouth, it somehow fell from his hand into the sea; and the wind now rising amain, he in vain strove to make himself heard without it.

    4. For they both ſay and beleeue that this picture hath ſo great vertue, as alſo that of Padua, whereof I haue before ſpoken, that whenſoeuer it is carried abroad in a ſolemne proceſſion in the time of a great drougth, it will cauſe raine to deſcend from heauen either before it is brought backe into the Church, or very ſhortly after. I cannot be induced to attribute ſo much to the vertue of a picture, as the Venetians do, except I had ſeene ſome notable miracle wrought by the ſame. For it brought no drops at all with it: onely about two dayes after it rained (I muſt needes confeſſe) amaine. But I hope they are not ſo ſuperſtitious to aſcribe that to the vertue of the picture.

    5. It [this book] ſhews too, who ſets out for life amain, / As if the laſting Crown they would attain: / Here alſo you may ſee the reaſon why / They looſe their labour, and like Fools do die.

    6. Oh! when I have hung / Above the raven's nest, by knots of grass / And half-inch fissures in the slippery rock / But ill sustained, and almost (so it seemed) / Suspended by the blast which blew amain, / Shouldering the naked crag, oh at that time, / While on the perilous ridge I hung alone, / With what strange utterance did the loud dry wind / Blow through my ears!

    7. So likewiſe turnde the Prince vpon the Knight, / And layd at him amaine with all his will and might.

    8. The palfrey was as fleet as wind, / And they rode furiously behind. / They spurr'd amain, their steeds were white; / And once we cross'd the shade of night.

    9. They on the Hill, which were not yet come to blows, perceaving the fewneſs of thir Enemies, came down amain;

    10. Under his ſpecial eie / Abſtemious I [Samson] grew up and thriv'd amain; / He led me on to mightieſt deeds / Above the nerve of mortal arm / Againſt the uncircumciſ'd, our enemies.

  • 2. At full speed; also, in great haste.

    সম্পূৰ্ণ গতিৰে; লগতে, অতি খৰখেদাকৈ।

  • Examples:
    1. At length the Danes beeing aſſayled on eche ſide, both a front before, and on their backes behinde, oppreſſed as it were wyth multitude, they threwe downe theyr weapons and fled amain.

    2. Now when he was got up to the top of the Hill, there came two Men running againſt him amain; the name of the one was Timorous, and of the other Miſtruſt. To whom Chriſtian ſaid, Sirs, what's the matter you run the wrong way?

    3. The heavy rain it hurries amain / And heaven and the hurricane.

    4. [T]he Queene o'th Skie [i.e., Juno], / Whoſe watry Arch, and meſſenger, am I. / Bids thee leaue theſe, & with her ſoueraigne grace, / Here on this graſſe-plot, in this very place / To come, and ſport: here [i.e., her] Peacocks flye amaine: / Approach, rich Ceres, her to entertaine.

  • 3. Out of control.

    নিয়ন্ত্ৰণৰ বাহিৰত।

  • Examples:
    1. The waggonway lay near the Windmill Hills and went down the north side of the hills to the Rivir Tine, and at the Coal steath [= staithe] Mathew Gray lived. I was about hauf way down the bank when thur was two Waggons Coming after me Amain [= broken loose and running away].

  • 4. Exceedingly; overmuch.

    অত্যধিকভাৱে; অতিমাত্ৰা।

  • Examples:
    1. Riches are mine, Fortune is in my hand; / They whom I favour thrive in wealth amain, / While Virtue, Valour, Wiſdom ſit in want.

    2. The herd approach'd; each guest, with busy brain, / Arriving at the portal, gaz'd amain, / And enter'd marveling: