pity - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of pity in Hindi

  • दया
  • तरस
  • रहम
  • कस्र्णा
  • दया-भाव


  • तरस खाना
  • दया करना
  • दया देना
  • पछताना
  • हमदर्दी प्रकट करना
  • सहानुभूति प्रकट करना
  • करुणा

pity Definition


  • feel sorrow for the misfortunes of. ( के दुर्भाग्य के लिए दुःख महसूस करते हैं। )


  • the feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the suffering and misfortunes of others. ( दुःख और करुणा की भावना दूसरों के दुख और दुर्भाग्य के कारण होती है। )
  • a cause for regret or disappointment. ( खेद या निराशा का कारण। )

pity Example

  • In which case it would be a pity just to wrap the Lion in brown paper and send it off to Sydney. ( किस मामले में शेर को भूरे रंग के पेपर में लपेटना और उसे सिडनी भेजना अफ़सोस की बात होगी। )
  • "Poor Silas, you conformed, " David said with mock pity . ( "गरीब सिलास, आपने पुष्टि की," डेविड ने नकली दया के साथ कहा। )
  • Clare didn't know whether to envy or pity them ( क्लेयर को पता नहीं था कि उन्हें ईर्ष्या करना या दया करना है )
  • She didn't deserve pity and Rod wanted a bit of fun. ( वह दया के लायक नहीं थी और रॉड थोड़ी मस्ती चाहती थी। )
  • The authorities probably knew that there was a likelihood of taking relics and it is a pity that it disappeared. ( अधिकारियों को शायद पता था कि अवशेष लेने की संभावना थी और यह एक दया है कि यह गायब हो गया। )

More Sentence

  • Such paintings court the viewer's curiosity, but make no appeal to feelings of pity , fear, or outrage.
  • But pity the poor soul who would try to do anything to those kids.
  • And don't pity poor Gene because he didn't win.
  • her voice was full of pity
  • It's such a pity , when perfectly reasonable tinned crab is available in the supermarkets!
  • And as in at least some other cases, this will be a pity because there will likely be some small nugget of usefulness to the deal.
  • There were two performances taking place here: the pity was that they rarely coincided.
  • In these circumstances, we should look with pity and compassion on George Best.
  • what a pity we can't be friends
  • This is a pity , because in many cases there is more going on than meets the eye.
  • This is a great pity because if he had, we might have been spared the regrettable sight that assailed us earlier in the week.
  • Still, we have to have some sense of his perspective in order to actually pity him.
  • I pity the fool who has to guess what people are going to buy.
  • You're feeling pity for a creature that would sneer at the concept if she understood it.
  • They have no idea of their future here and I feel great pity for their innocence.
  • A good number of her early poems attempt to work on the reader's sense of pity and compassion.
  • He didn't want her pity ; he hated it when people pitied him.
  • We have a great chance to beat Westmeath and it would be a pity if there were only a small crowd from Carlow to see it.
  • It would be a pity if they were to throw away the opportunity at this stage.
  • This enforced secrecy is a pity , because Lalonde might have some useful advice to offer his cousin.
  • A real pity , as this could have been a tasty little number.
  • He watched her reaction but he didn't see fear or anger, only pity and sorrow.
  • Feeling pity for the little boy she shoved a few coins into his hand.
  • It would be a pity , nevertheless, if Sean Connery missed his chance to straighten out the record.
  • In the end, it's a pity because the situation could have been handled a lot better and without the angst and tears.