from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See Devanagari.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An indian alphabet especially well known as used for Sanskrit. Also called Deva-nagari.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a syllabic script used in writing Sanskrit and Hindi
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On the outside, Mazda has sculpted the 2012 vehicle's flanks with a flourish of intertwining light lines inspired by what the company calls the "Nagari" styling vocabulary.
Dan Neil/The Wall Street Journal Mazda has sculpted the 2012 vehicle's flanks with a flourish of intertwining light lines inspired by what the company calls the 'Nagari' styling vocabulary.
It is a story that happens in Cuffe parade slums, in the slums of Sundar Nagari, Colaba, in the movie it is unfolding in Dharavi.
In Sundar Nagari it could be the part life story of a ruling smuggler, In Cuffe parade it could be a Bhai.
In her 10 X 10 tiny room in the dingy lanes of Sudam Nagari she had come as new bride some 12 years ago with her husband.
I managed to turn up a copy in both Nagari and Nastaliq of another of his stories, "Khol Do" here or here for Nastaliq; furthermore, the fact that the Devanagari version was copied from a source text gives me hope of finding such an edition for myself... or, of course, I could just finally learn how to read the script...
Next in date is an inscription on a stone slab found at Ghasundi, about four miles north-east of Nagari, in Udaipur State.
While the Hunza Thum is a tyrant, the Nagari ruler has little voice in the government.
They are written in the Nagari alphabet and record various pious foundations.
Although in the Mahratta country the Devanagari character is well known to men of education, yet a character is current among the men of business which is much smaller, and varies considerably in form from the Nagari, though the number and power of the letters nearly correspond.