Are you ready to explore Punjabi (the most spoken language in India and Pakistan)? Learning the colors in Punjabi is a great way to expand your Punjabi vocabulary, especially if you are new to the language.
Colors make life more pleasant. Distinct colors have different meanings for us, and it’s crucial to know how to pronounce them in your target language. Before getting into Punjabi vocabulary about colors, let’s explore the Punjabi language first.
The Punjabi Language
Punjabi, an Indo-Aryan language, is spoken by the Punjabis, specifically in the northern section of the Indian subcontinent. It is currently divided between Pakistan and India.
Knowledge of the Punjabi language will help you communicate with Punjabi people residing in India or Pakistan. Also, Punjabi is one of the most spoken languages in other parts of the world like the UK, Canada, USA, Dubai, etc.
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Common Colors In Punjabi – Importance Of Colors In Our lives
Colors make life more enjoyable. Distinct colors have different meanings for us, and it’s crucial to know how to pronounce them in any language.
Read the following table to learn some common color names in Punjabi.
Punjabi Names Of Various Other Colors
When you think of Punjab, several places, from landscapes to temples and forts to mosques, come to your mind. With various colors and patterns, one cannot imagine the beauty of these places.
Learn various other colors that will accurately describe the colors of everything you see while visiting the historical sites of Punjab.
|English Word||Punjabi Word||Pronunciation|
|Sky blue||ਅਸਮਾਨੀ ਨੀਲਾ||asamānī nīlā|
Some Other Exceptional And Rare Colors In Punjabi
Besides green, blue and red, there are many rare colors that you should know. With notable names, these are exceptional in their beauty.
|English color name||Punjabi color name||Pronunciation|
|Burmese blue||ਬਰਮੀ ਨੀਲਾ||Baramī nīlā|
|Pastel pink||ਪੇਸਟਲ ਗੁਲਾਬੀ||pēsaṭala gulābī|
|Navy blue||ਗੂੜ੍ਹਾ ਨੀਲਾ||gūṛhā nīlā|
|Teal green||ਟੀਲ ਹਰੇ||ṭīla harē|
Some Punjabi Vocabulary Related To Colors
Color is formed when the spectrum of light interacts with the spectral sensitivities of the light receptors in the eye. Physical features such as light, reflection, absorption, and emission spectra are also used to correlate color categories and physical parameters with objects or materials.
As well as learning the names of the colors, it’s also important to learn what adjectives they can be paired with. For example, you wouldn’t say colorful black or vibrant grey. Luckily these rules apply across languages, so you can just take the rules of your native language and apply them to Punjabi.
Let’s look at some common Punjabi adjectives we often use while talking about colors of different things.
|English colors||Punjabi colors||Pronunciation|
|tinted||ਰੰਗੇ ਹੋਏ||ragē hō’ē|
Colors In Punjabi – Sentences You Should Know!
Many incidents occur in our daily lives in which we have to use some words related to colors. So what will you do in this position?
Just read the following sentences to get an idea of using these words.
|English Words||Punjabi Words||Pronunciation|
|What is the color of this jacket?||ਇਸ ਜੈਕਟ ਦਾ ਰੰਗ ਕੀ ਹੈ?||Isa jaikaṭa dā raga kī hai?|
|It seems like red to me.||ਇਹ ਮੈਨੂੰ ਲਾਲ ਵਰਗਾ ਲੱਗਦਾ ਹੈ.||Iha mainū lāla varagā lagadā hai.|
|What is your favorite color?||ਤੇਰੀ ਪਸੰਦੀਦਾ ਰੰਗ ਕੀ ਆ?||Tērī pasadīdā raga kī ā?|
|My favorite color is blue.||ਮੇਰਾ ਮਨਪਸੰਦ ਰੰਗ ਨੀਲਾ ਹੈ।||Mērā manapasada raga nīlā hai.|
|I love the color of your shirt.||ਮੈਨੂੰ ਤੁਹਾਡੀ ਕਮੀਜ਼ ਦਾ ਰੰਗ ਪਸੰਦ ਹੈ।||Mainū tuhāḍī kamīza dā raga pasada hai.|
|Green shoes are out of stock these days.||ਹਰੇ ਜੁੱਤੇ ਅੱਜਕੱਲ੍ਹ ਸਟਾਕ ਤੋਂ ਬਾਹਰ ਹਨ.||Harē jutē ajakal’ha saṭāka tōṁ bāhara hana.|
Learn Punjabi Through Ling App
After gaining knowledge of different colors in Punjabi, you might want to learn Punjabi in depth. You can use Ling brought to you by Simya Solutions.
You can learn through various unique tools like chatbots, quizzes, mini-games, and much more. The chatbot allows you to build great conversational and speaking skills. All of our listening exercises are recorded by native speakers, so your pronunciation will be perfect. We also only use functional language, which is different from some other apps where you get meaningless sentences.
Furthermore, you can read our blogs on “Cheers in Punjabi” and “Greetings in Punjabi” to explore more about the language. Generally speaking, the blog is a great accompaniment to other methods of learning.
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