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Hum Meaning in Bengali. Hum শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Hum meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Hum".

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Similar Words: hum, hum and haw, hum haw, hum-bird, huma, humacao, human, human being, human beings, human condition,

Hum Example in a sentence

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Example Sentences for hum

With which he began to hum “The King shall have his own again.”

Her back stood up, and her bones they were bare; he, haw, hum!

Archie used sometimes to be weary of the hum of voices and the unvaried routine of the lessons; but Lilias never was.

The hum of bees and the song of birds he had known in his boyhood thrilled his heart.

Above him he could now hear the hum of his machine, and he saw it sweep overhead quite low down.

"Yea, my good-loving Queen, all;" and the hum of the song rose all about her.

A hum and a whine and then a shrill whistle which went up in pitch until it wasn't anything at all.

It represented the hum of a thousand human beings working with all their might.

The little auditory begins to hum and stir as the noise of the speaker ceased.

From all sides rose the hum of comment and the murmur of speculation.

Hum History and Origin

History of: Hum

Word Origin & History

hum late 14c., hommen "make a murmuring sound to cover embarrassment," later hummen "to buzz, drone" (early 15c.), probably of imitative origin. Sense of "sing with closed lips" is first attested late 15c.; that of "be busy and active" is 1884, perhaps on analogy of a beehive. Humming-bird (1630s) so called from sound made by the rapid vibration of its wings."There is a curious bird to see to, called a humming bird, no bigger then a great Beetle." [Thomas Morton, "New English Canaan," 1637]

Hum Synonyms

purr strum moan throb whisper warble croon murmur sing mumble sound bumble rustle zoom drone bum whir trill bombilate bombinate thrum sing low

Hum Definition

verb (used without object), hummed, humming.
to make a low, continuous, droning sound.
to give forth an indistinct sound of mingled voices or noises.
to utter an indistinct sound in hesitation, embarrassment, dissatisfaction, etc.; hem.
to sing with closed lips, without articulating words.
to be in a state of busy activity:
The household hummed in preparation for the wedding.
British Slang. to have a bad odor, as of stale perspiration.
verb (used with object), hummed, humming.
to sound, sing, or utter by humming:
to hum a tune.
to bring, put, etc., by humming:
to hum a child to sleep.
the act or sound of humming; an inarticulate or indistinct murmur; hem.
Audio. an unwanted low-frequency sound caused by power-line frequencies in any audio component.
(an inarticulate sound uttered in contemplation, hesitation, dissatisfaction, doubt, etc.)

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