encomiastic meaning in Hindi
download Hindlish App, translate anytime
- The subject is usually historical and encomiastic, detailing the deeds of the skald's patron.
- These writings were strongly encomiastic to saudosist literature, namely the poetry of Teixeira de Pascoaes and M�rio Beir�o.
- One poem was a light-hearted petition to the king for payment of a pension of 200 francs rewarded her encomiastic verse.
- It contains perceptive descriptions of native mores in Lesotho and in South Africa and a thoughtful, by no means encomiastic, appraisal of the influence of Christianity on traditional marriage customs.
- Upon arrival in Madrid Franco's revolt in 1939, Manuel gave the military an encomiastic poetry, " The sword of the Caudillo . " This earned him the recognition of the regime.
- The international press was accordingly encomiastic . " The New Zamora was Born " was the title of many European newspapers after the game, comparing him, with the greatest goalkeeper of that age.
- The exact meaning of the title has been much debated; it has been described as " a term of encomiastic poetry " but there is also evidence that it implied a definite role of military leadership.
- The exact meaning of " bretwalda " has been the subject of much debate; it has been described as a term " of encomiastic poetry ", but there also is evidence that it implied a definite role of military leadership.
- Gayand in the course of his lines encomiastic of Guru Ram Das ( GG . 1403 ) made use of Vahiguru as the supreme Name Divine in recognition of the primacy and appeal it had by then come to acquire in the Sikh tradition.
- To noise Botto's book, Pessoa wrote a provocative and encomiastic article about " Can��es ", published in the journal " Comtempor�nea ", praising the author s courage and sincerity for shamelessly singing homosexual love as a true aesthete.