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STING MEANING IN URDU

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Sting  
Dunk Marna
Kaatna
dasna
ڈنک مارنا
کانٹا
ڈسنا
Stingy   
Kanjoos
Tang dill
Bakheel
کنجوس
تنگ دِل
بخیل

Definition & Synonyms

• Sting

  1. (v. t.) Anything that gives acute pain, bodily or mental; as, the stings of remorse; the stings of reproach.
  2. (v. t.) A sharp-pointed hollow hair seated on a gland which secrets an acrid fluid, as in nettles. The points of these hairs usually break off in the wound, and the acrid fluid is pressed into it.
  3. (v. t.) To pierce or wound with a sting; as, bees will sting an animal that irritates them; the nettles stung his hands.
  4. (v. t.) To goad; to incite, as by taunts or reproaches.
  5. (v. t.) The thrust of a sting into the flesh; the act of stinging; a wound inflicted by stinging.
  6. (v. t.) To pain acutely; as, the conscience is stung with remorse; to bite.
  7. (v. t.) A goad; incitement.
  8. (v. t.) The point of an epigram or other sarcastic saying.
  9. (v. t.) Any sharp organ of offense and defense, especially when connected with a poison gland, and adapted to inflict a wound by piercing; as the caudal sting of a scorpion. The sting of a bee or wasp is a modified ovipositor. The caudal sting, or spine, of a sting ray is a modified dorsal fin ray. The term is sometimes applied to the fang of a serpent. See Illust. of Scorpion.
Synonyms:
Bite, Bunko, Burn, Con, Flimflam, Gyp, Hustle, Pang, Prick, Stick, Stinging, Twinge,

• Sting ray

  1. (n.) Alt. of Stingray

• Stingaree

  1. (n.) Any sting ray. See under 6th Ray.

• Stingbull

  1. (n.) The European greater weever fish (Trachinus draco), which is capable of inflicting severe wounds with the spinous rays of its dorsal fin. See Weever.