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Urdu meanings of Quilt with examples + history

Quilt (Razai)

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 QUILT

لحاف ، رضائی ۔
2 QUILT
Noun
توشک ۔ گدا ۔ بالا پوش ۔
3 QUILT

رضائی لحاف ۔
4 QUILT
Verb
بنانا ۔
5 QUILT
Verb
توشک ، گدا ، پلنگ پوش ، رضائی ، لحاف ۔

quilt

[kwilt]
  • Examples
  • Word Origin
noun
1.
a coverlet for a bed, made of two layers of fabric with some soft substance, as wool or down, between them and stitched in patterns or tufted through all thicknesses in order to prevent the filling from shifting.
2.
anything quilted or resembling a quilt.
3.
a bedspread or counterpane, especially a thick one.
4.
Obsolete. a mattress.
verb (used with object)
5.
to stitch together (two pieces of cloth and a soft interlining), usually in an ornamental pattern.
6.
to sew up between pieces of material.
7.
to pad or line with material.
verb (used without object)
8.
to make quilts or quilted work.

Examples from the web for quilt

  • Have students create a cultural celebration quilt or banner.
  • The untrained eye might have seen only a crazy quilt of intersecting angles.
  • The bloodstained swatches from the quilt are gone, too.
  • Or recycle the fabric into pieced quilt blocks for the top of a homemade quilt.
  • F you applied today's world headlines to this microcosmic city, it would be easy to imagine a quilt torn to shreds.
  • It is within walking distance of the town's craft, furniture, and quilt shops.
  • It was a crazy quilt of multicolored blocks, with lines radiating in all directions.
  • It also helps that the store sells patterns and supplies for making all kinds of non-quilt items, including handbags and toys.
  • Every society has been tantalized by the great loom of the sky with its flowing quilt of stars.
  • Students will be more engaged when their quilt has a purpose.

British Dictionary definitions for quilt

quilt

/kwɪlt/
noun
1.
a thick warm cover for a bed, consisting of a soft filling sewn between two layers of material, usually with crisscross seams
2.
a bedspread or counterpane
3.
anything quilted or resembling a quilt
verb (transitive)
4.
to stitch together (two pieces of fabric) with (a thick padding or lining) between them: to quilt cotton and wool
5.
to create (a garment, covering, etc) in this way
6.
to pad with material
7.
(Austral, informal) to strike; clout
Derived Forms
quilter, noun

Word Origin

C13: from Old French coilte mattress, from Latin culcita stuffed item of bedding

Word Origin and History for quilt

n.
c.1300, "mattress with soft lining," from Anglo-French quilte, Old French cuilte, coute "quilt, mattress" (12c.), from Latin culcita "mattress, bolster," of unknown origin. Sense of "thick outer bed covering" is first recorded 1590s.

Difficulty index for quilt

Most English speakers likely know this word

Word Value for quilt

14
16
Scrabble Words With Friends

Quotes with quilt

To the poet as a basement quilt, but perhaps To some reader a latticework of regrets ...
John Ashbery
The novel is not "a crazy quilt of bits"; it is a logical sequence of psychological events: the...
Vladimir Nabokov
this quilt might be the only perfect artifact a woman would ever see, yet she did not doubt what we...
Marge Piercy

Nearby words for quilt

  • quillon
  • quillwork
  • quillwort
  • quilmes
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  • quilting
  • quilting bee
  • quim
  • quimby, phineas parkhurst

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