Nepali English Translation


With the Nepali-to-English translation project, Nepali Language Resource Center (NLRC) aims to provide translations of top Nepali words to English. We hope that the project benefits not only Nepali speaking population but also a growing number of English speaking population wishing to learn Nepali. Users will be able to translate Nepali words to English and vice versa. The translation will also include a relevant example.

Since translation of each and every word is almost impossible, NLRC has developed an algorithm to identify words and phrases that are most frequently used in Nepali. The most frequently used words are then be translated. The algorithm tracks common Nepali words and phrases over time and the list is updated on a regular basis.

Unlike some available Nepali English translations that are translated using an automated approach, the translations offered here are manually translated by a group of editors with knowledge of both the English and Nepali languages.

This section lists the most frequently used words in the Nepali language (in descending order of frequency) and presents their English translation along with its parts of speech and an example.

and (conjunction), example: Ram and Shyam went home.
has (verb), example: Ram has a pen.
have (verb), example: I have a pen.
six (noun), example: I wake up at six.
पनिalso (adverb), example: I also want to go.
होis (verb), example: Cow is our national animal.
भएकोwas (verb), example: Who took you to the school when I was ill?
has (verb), example: [My] sister has come today.
छन्has (verb), example: He has come here.
have (verb), example: They have come here.
is (verb), example: He is here.
are (verb), example: They are here.
योthis (pronoun), example: This is a pen.
भनेif (conjunction), example: If you work hard, you will succeed in your new job.
said (verb), example: "I went to school," Ram said.
though (adverb), example: We did not win, but I am happy with our game, though.
told (verb), example: "You are my friend," Ram told Hari.
though (adverb), example: Everyone went home, but he is still working, though.
लागिfor (postposition), example: This room is for guests.
गर्नdo (verb), example: I like to [do] work.
गर्नेdo (verb), example: There are many things one can do.
do (verb), example: This is a good time to do homework.
गरेकोhas (verb), example: The government has announced a new foreign policy.
did (verb), example: I never forget the work you did.
थियोhad (verb), example: It had rained yesterday.
had (verb), example: Last year, we had only one cow.
was (verb), example: That movie was good.
एकone (noun), example: Two comes after one.
one (adjective), example: There is one minute left in the game.
तरbut (conjunction), example: My brother went to Nepal but I did not.
हुनेbe (verb), example: Let's try to be healthy.
have (verb), example: Those who have tickets can go inside.
कोto (case ending), example: I went to Ram's house.
who (pronoun), example: Who was she?
नेपालीNepali (noun), example: Please translate this English sentence to Nepali.
Nepali (adjective), example: I like Nepali food.
Nepali (noun), example: Many Nepalis live here.
हुन्छcan (verb), example: You can go now.
is (verb), example: Milk is good for health.
happens (verb), example: What happens now?
has (verb), example: Everyone has this feeling called love.
कामwork (noun), example: Have you finished your work?
आफ्नोown (adjective), example: He spent only his own money.
own (pronoun), example: Don't forget your own.
माon (case ending), example: Put the book on the table.
at (case ending), example: I am staying at home.
in (case ending), example: He is walking in the rain.
भन्नेthat (conjunction), example: Why did you buy this when you knew that it was expensive?
that (conjunction), example: I knew that you would come.
say (verb), example: Who should I say this thing to?
called (adjective), example: Everyone has this feeling called love.
named (adjective), example: I know this man named Ram.
I (pronoun), example: I love you.
केहीsome (pronoun), example: Some are good.
nothing (pronoun), example: There is nothing to do.
any (adjective), example: Let's not do any work.
something (pronoun), example: Let's do something.
anything (pronoun), example: Let's not do anything.
few (adjective), example: Wait for a few days.
few (pronoun), example: Few are good.
some (adjective), example: Let's do some work.
केwhat (pronoun), example: What is your name?
छैनdo not (verb), example: I do not know.
दिनday (noun), example: Today is the third day.
give (verb), example: I wanted to give.
कुराthing (noun), example: I want to buy that thing.
talk (noun), example: What good will the talk do if we do not take action?
हुनbecome (verb), example: Because of his hard work, he could become a successful businessman.
कुनैnone (pronoun), example: None of these computers works.
any (adjective), example: Now the bus may arrive any moment.
मात्रonly (adverb), example: There are only two weeks until Dashain.
त्योthat (adjective), example: That pen is mine.
that (pronoun), example: That is my pen.
धेरैmany (adjective), example: He worked for many days.
many (pronoun), example: Many came.
वाor (conjunction), example: (Either) you go home or stay with me.
मेरोmy (adjective), example: My name is Ram.
mine (pronoun), example: This pen is mine.
भयोhappened (verb), example: What happened at school today?
हामीwe (pronoun), example: We went home.
दुईtwo (noun), example: I slept for two hours.
एउटाone (pronoun), example: One is enough.
one (adjective), example: Even one person can make a big difference.
वर्षyear (noun), example: There are twelve months in a year.
पहिलोfirst (adjective), example: Today is the first day of school.
घरhouse (noun), example: That house is very nice.
नामname (noun), example: What is your name?
यहाँhere (adverb), example: How far is your house from here?
फेरिagain (adverb), example: I watched that movie again.
शान्तिpeace (noun), example: Police keep the peace in the society.


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