Hindi translation of 'maiden'
Word forms: maidens
2. adjective before noun
1. countable noun
A maiden is a young girl or woman.[literary]कन्या nfकुमारी nf
2. adjective before noun
Maiden is used to describe some activities and events when they are the first of that kind that a particular person or thing has done.पहला या प्रथमनया-नया
...the ship's maiden voyage.
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He has, after all, got a very big ship to fill for its maiden trip in three months from now.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
The ship, which began its maiden voyage this month, is an engineering marvel.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The king had promised that he who would venture should have his daughter to wife, and she was the most beautiful maiden the sun shone on.Fairy Tales (1812)
When the young maidens come from being examined by the clergyman, or go to church to be confirmed, there he is again close behind them.Andersen's Fairy Tales (1874)
But it's a race against time to finish the build, as its maiden voyage is sold out.The Sun (2016)
IF you are considering setting sail for your maiden voyage, take the time to ensure you choose the right cruise for you.The Sun (2017)
It takes its maiden flight next month and is scheduled to hit the showrooms by next year.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
She talked a good game in her maiden speech.The Sun (2016)
The maiden voyage sold out in 29 minutes and 14 seconds.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
He made a promising debut in a hot maiden.The Sun (2013)
He only won a maiden race 15 days ago.The Sun (2015)
Jenson Button accounts for the other two but that maiden victory in 2006 is a distant memory.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
She admits it was a special maiden Test century.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
What a way for the England batsman to reach his maiden Test century in only his second match.The Sun (2014)
And what a place for my maiden flight.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It might be an idea to leave your dear old maiden aunt behind.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
He's given me 24 hours to find the most beautiful maiden in the land and marry her.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It is the very definition of chivalry, with its valiant knights and adoring maidens.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Meanwhile, another new ship's maiden voyage has been announced.The Sun (2017)
No wonder young gels and maiden aunts were prone to fainting back in the day.The Sun (2016)
Remember that the pleasures of married life will be anything but pleasures to the young maiden you have taken for your wife.The Sun (2016)
She sipped a martini on the maiden journey from London to Edinburgh.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
To the right of the princess stands a group of country maidens, with knights and other residents filling in the rest of the scene.Christianity Today (2000)
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British English: maiden NOUN
A maiden is a young girl or woman.
...stories of noble princes and their brave deeds on behalf of beautiful maidens.
British English: maiden ADJECTIVE
The maiden voyage or flight of a ship or aircraft is the first official journey that it makes.
The ship sank on her maiden voyage.
Translation of maiden from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary