dard dard


  • (n) any of a group of Indic languages spoken in Kashmir and eastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan



  • Johnson has set a stan dard of self-restraint that many of his critics could well emulate.



  1. "Stealing disease-infected cattle is a low action and totally undermines the good work being done between Dard [the department] and the industry to control and eradicate major animal diseases," Ms Gildernew added.
    on Oct 18, 2009 By: Michelle Gildernew Source: Irish Times

  2. "Jab Soniaji aur Rahul garmi aur thandak mey garibon aur Daliton ke yahan jate hain aur unka dukh dard sunte hain to kuch logon ke pet me dard hota hai", (When Soniaji and Rahul visit houses of poor and Dalits, some people get stomach ache)",...
    on Feb 27, 2009 By: Ram Vilas Paswan Source: SamayLive

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