cypress - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of cypress in Hindi

  • सरो
  • सरू
  • सरो
  • साइप्रेस

cypress Definition


  • an evergreen coniferous tree with small rounded woody cones and flattened shoots bearing small scale-like leaves.

cypress Example

  • I waited among the cypress tree for a few more hours. ( मैंने कुछ और घंटों तक सरू के पेड़ के बीच प्रतीक्षा की। )
  • She nodded and pointed at the old cypress water wheel. ( उसने सिर हिलाया और पुराने सरू के पानी के पहिये की ओर इशारा किया। )
  • Marquez, while Packwood looked away at the cypress fence. ( मार्केज़, जबकि पैकवुड ने सरू की बाड़ को देखा। )
  • It was getting dark under the cypress tree, too dark to read. ( सरू के पेड़ के नीचे अंधेरा हो रहा था, पढ़ने के लिए बहुत अंधेरा था। )

More Sentence

  • Over in the cypress swamps we can come down on the stockade at night and surprise them.
  • From there he could see any one who approached from the river or from the cypress swamp.
  • Hanging his bells on a cypress branch, he chimed the tidings of the gospel he was to preach.
  • The cypress or white cedar of our swamps has furnished individuals 800 or 900 years old.
  • Its nearest relatives are the arbor-vitaes, sequoias, and the bald cypress of the South.
  • Then came his trip by plane with other prisoners to the gold diggings in the Cypress Swamp.
  • A poor, tired, wandering singer, singing through The dark, and leaning up a cypress tree?
  • Preening its wings in a cypress tree, Happy in sadness, she and he, They loved each other so.
  • Darkness and gloom are constantly associated with him; the cypress tree was sacred to him and black victims were sacrificed to him.
  • Great cypress trees towered up from the water, enormously thick at the roots and rapidly dwindling above.
  • Besides these, the tamaracks and the bald cypress must be included, although their leaves are shed in the autumn.
  • The soil upon the hills continued to be much mixed with sand, and the prevailing trees were cypress and box.
  • Axes were passed out to others, who went on board flat-boats and poled out toward the young growths of the cypress islands.
  • Agatha lived in Cypress with her husband and three young boys.
  • Karl chased him among the cypress trees, but never caught him.
  • The water-tub and the black cypress were opposites and enemies.
  • Small circular islands of palmetto scrub dotted the monotonous scene and at rare intervals a clump of somber cypress told of the presence of water.
  • Above his head long streamers of delicate Spanish moss waved indolently from the branches of a cypress tree.
  • A half moon hung idly in the mists above the cypress trees, and long, languorous shadows streaked the silvered ground with black.
  • The Spanish moss which hung from the live oak and cypress along the bank was transmuted into scintillating draperies of twinkling silver.
  • The hyacinth and cypress were beautiful youths, dear to Apollo, and accidentally slain by him in sport.
  • The epic, the rare and lofty cypress of literature, is the story of a nation and a civilization; the novel, of a neighborhood and a generation.
  • The sun glistens the cypress leaves and the tree is calling him.
  • He walked to the secluded cypress trees, halted and began to sob.
  • I was hiding among the cypress trees for hours, waiting to pounce.
  • She crouched down behind a tall cypress, watching the deer closely.
  • The vegetation was sparse here, mostly a small kind of cypress tree.
  • A cardinal swept down and landed five feet away on a cypress branch.
  • How about three hundred measures of timber cut from the Cypress tree.
  • You really loved those cypress trees! I tried to be as gentle as possible.
  • Firs and pines of all sorts, redwood, cedar and cypress are typical North.
  • Roger fled the house an hour later, and I chased him among the cypress trees.