One Word Substitute

  1. Academic – Relating to education or learning in schools or universities.
  2. Scholar – A person who pursues study or research in a particular field and has gained knowledge or expertise.
  3. Prodigy – A young person with exceptional talent or intelligence.
  4. Pundit – An expert or authority in a particular field of study.
  5. Crammer – A person who engages in intensive study or memorization, especially for an exam.
  6. Novice – A person who is new to or inexperienced in a particular field or subject of study.
  7. Mentor – An experienced and trusted advisor or guide who provides support and guidance in academic pursuits.
  8. Savant – A person with profound knowledge or expertise in a specific area of study.
  9. Pedagogue – A teacher or educator who is strict or formal in their teaching style.
  10. Inquisitive – Showing a strong curiosity or desire for knowledge and understanding.
  11. Pensive – Engaged in deep or serious thought, often related to studying or contemplating ideas.
  12. Erudite – Having or showing great knowledge or learning acquired through study and research.
  13. Diligent – Showing steady and persistent effort in one’s studies or work.
  14. Academician – A person engaged in academic or scholarly pursuits, often associated with universities or research institutions.
  15. Intellectual – A person with a high level of intelligence or mental capacity for studying and understanding complex subjects.
  16. Researcher – A person who conducts systematic investigation and study to discover new knowledge or insights.
  17. Bibliophile – A person who loves and collects books, often with a particular interest in studying them.
  18. Analyst – A person skilled in careful examination and study of data or information to gain insights and draw conclusions.
  19. Autodidact – A self-taught person who acquires knowledge and skills through independent study and learning.
  20. Enthusiast – A person with a strong passion or keen interest in a particular subject of study.

Academic – शैक्षणिक (Shikshannik) Scholar – विद्वान् (Vidvaan) Prodigy – आश्चर्यजनक योग्यता या बुद्धिमान व्यक्ति (Aashcharyajanak yogyaata ya buddhimaan vyakti) Pundit – पंडित (Pandit) Crammer – मुखर बनाने वाला व्यक्ति (Mukhar banaane vaala vyakti) Novice – नौसिखिया (Nausikhiya) Mentor – मार्गदर्शक (Margdarshak) Savant – विद्वान (Vidvaan) Pedagogue – शिक्षक (Shikshak) Inquisitive – जिज्ञासु (Jigyansu) Pensive – विचारशील (Vichaarshiil) Erudite – पंडित (Pandit) Diligent – मेहनती (Mehnati) Academician – शिक्षाविद् (Shikshaavid) Intellect – बुद्धि (Buddhi) Researcher – शोधकर्ता (Shodhakarta) Bibliophile – पुस्तकप्रेमी (Pustakpremi) Analyst – विश्लेषक (Vishleshak) Autodidact – स्वतंत्र अध्ययन करने वाला व्यक्ति (Svatantr adhyayan karne vaala vyakti) Enthusiast – उत्साही (Utsaahi)

  1. Mortality – The state or condition of being subject to death; the inevitability of death.
  2. Demise – The death or end of something, especially a person’s life.
  3. Fatality – A death resulting from an accident, disaster, or unfortunate event.
  4. Passing – The act of dying; the transition from life to death.
  5. Expiration – The act or process of coming to an end, particularly in relation to life or a deadline.
  6. Decease – The formal or literary term for death.
  7. Extinction – The complete disappearance or annihilation of a species, idea, or entity.
  8. Annihilation – The act of completely destroying or eradicating something, often used metaphorically in relation to death.
  9. Oblivion – The state of being forgotten or unknown; the absence of memory or remembrance.
  10. Perish – To die or cease to exist; to suffer complete ruin or destruction.
  11. Cessation – The act of stopping or ending, particularly in relation to life or activity.
  12. Ruin – Complete destruction or downfall; a state of decay or disrepair.
  13. Euthanasia – The act of painlessly causing the death of a person who is suffering from a terminal illness or irreversible condition.
  14. Loss – The state or process of being deprived of someone or something due to death or disappearance.
  15. Grave – A burial site or the final resting place of a deceased person.
  16. Tomb – A burial chamber or monument, typically above ground, where a deceased person is interred.
  17. Afterlife – The belief in a continued existence or life after death.
  18. Reaper – A personification of death, often depicted as a figure who harvests or gathers souls.
  19. Memento mori – A reminder of death or mortality, often represented symbolically in art or literature.
  20. Necropolis – A large cemetery or burial ground, especially one that is historically significant or contains elaborate tombs.
  1. Mortality – मृत्युता (Mrityuta)
  2. Demise – अंत (Ant)
  3. Fatality – मौत (Maut)
  4. Passing – जाने देना (Jaane dena)
  5. Expiration – समाप्ति (Samaapti)
  6. Decease – अवसान (Avasaan)
  7. Extinction – समाप्ति (Samaapti)
  8. Annihilation – विनाश (Vinaash)
  9. Oblivion – भूल (Bhool)
  10. Perish – मरना (Marna)
  11. Cessation – ठहराव (Thaharav)
  12. Ruin – नाश (Naash)
  13. Euthanasia – सहयोगी मृत्यु (Sahayogi Mrityu)
  14. Loss – हानि (Haani)
  15. Grave – कब्र (Kabra)
  16. Tomb – मकबरा (Makbara)
  17. Afterlife – परलोक (Parlok)
  18. Reaper – मृत्युदाता (Mrityudaata)
  19. Memento mori – मौत की याद (Maut ki yaad)
  20. Necropolis – श्मशान (Shmashan)