Saturday, July 3, 2010


To get the meaning of any word just type the word in the blue strip at top of the blog in the text will find the word if present in the blog.....

Conflagration - a large destructive fire, a very intense and uncontrolled fire, a wild fire.
Usage - All the stock was destroyed in the warehouse conflagration.
Link - if you check the word flag in the above word, watching our flag fly high fills our hearts with extra josh and ignites a fire within us when we salute it...
Link2 - Conflagration = Confl + aag (fire) + ration. So there was aag in the ration shop, but the oil
stocked in the ration shop turned the fire into a conflagration!!

Confluence - A gathering, flowing or meeting together at one juncture or point, a gathering of people
Usage - The 160 meter falls mark the confluence of the rivers.
Link - sounds like influence ..a leader bring people together by means of his influence...he can influence them to do in a terrorist gang run by their leader....
Link - Confluence = conf(erence) + fluence. A conference for people fluent in English was called at Taj hotel, so there was a confluence of fluent people at taj.

Confound - confuse, puzzle
Usage - For many years medical scientists were confounded by these seemingly contradictory facts.
Link - sounds like CONfusion FOUND == CONFOUND...

Congenial - having the same tastes, habits, suitable to one’s needs or nature, agreeable.
Usage - The food at the party was excellent, and the company congenial.
Link1 - Congenial -> comes from genial or Geni (genie). A genie will always listen to his master, do what his master orders and above all is very friendly, hence congenial.

Conjecture - surmise, guess
Usage - The commentators made various conjectures about the outcome of the FIFA world cup finals.
Link - sounds like 'lecture' ..assume you guess an answer for a question asked during a will become the favourite student of the teacher....

Conjugal - pertaining to marriage
Usage - They lived a life of conjugal bliss.
Link -  in Indian music we have JUGALbandi, which is harmony of 2 different intruments...can imply marriage frm it...

Connivance - cooperate secretly in an illegal action, agreement on a secret plot, tacit approval of someone's wrong doing.
Usage - The crime had been carried out with police connivance.
Link - Connivance -- cunning; The boys were so cunning that they secretly agreed and made plot to fool the girls and they did it in connivance(secret ageement.)

Connoisseur - a person with expert knowledge or training (esp. in fine arts), a well informed person with a discriminative taste
Usage - A connoisseur of fine arts.
Link - sounds like kaun inse sure nahi to expert hai. He is connoisseur. He is EXPERT.
Link2 - Coin + Sure; A numismatist(coin collector) will know the history of coins and he can surely tell which coin is from which country.

Connubial - relating to marriage or the married state; conjugal
Usage - They lived a life of connubial bliss.
Link - sounds like a villager saying kaunhoo biah(who will marry in english)...imagine a villager saying in his language...kaunhoo biah krega meri bitiya se....

Consanguity - kinship; relationship by birth
Usage - Consanguinity thrived in the organization.
Link -  sanguine means blood... so blood relation is consanguinity
Link2 - con + sang(sang ya saath mein rahna) + uinity. When you live saath-saath (together), you have kinship or a relation by birth....

Conscientious - thorough and careful, scrupulous
Usage - a conscientious decision to speak against injustice.
Link - focus on scientious part of this word...and relate it to scientist..they are careful while conducting new experiments...

Consecrate - to declare or set apart as sacred, to make venerable or hallow
Usage - A tradition consecrated by time.
Link -  Consecrate = Con + Secrate (sounds like SACRED).SACRED is "holy". It refers to holiness when one dedicates his life to "god"....

Consign - To give over to the care of another; entrust; to commit irrevocably
Usage - He consigned the papers to the flames.
Link - Consign sounds like Assign; When you assign someone a task you entrust them with the responsibility of that task...
Link2 - Consign -- con + sign -- imagine that you have to sign a document and send it to a person in your company for an official purpose...

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