Adjective Meaning in Urdu

Adjective Meaning in Urdu with Adjectives Examples and Kinds

Adjective Meaning in Urdu

‘Adjective definition in urdu’ 

کسی چیز میں برائی یا اچھائی کا ہونا اسکی صفت کہلاتا ہے۔ ”جیسا کہ عمیر بہت ذہین ہے” تو یہاں پر  ذہین ایک صفت ہے جو عمیر کے ساتھ منسلک ہے ۔یا کوئی خامی ہو جیسے” عمیر چور ہے” تو عمیر میں چوری کی خامی ایک صفت بد ہے۔ اور یہ بھی صفت کہلائی گی۔

”اسم صفت کے اقسام”

  • کسی چیز یا اسم کی تعریف اور صفت کرنا جیسے چھوٹا ،بڑا عظیم وغیرہ
  •  اسم معرفہ ہو جیسے کسی ملک شہر کا نام
  • اشیاء و اشخاص کے کی تعداد کو ظاہر کرنا جیسا کہ  دس لڑکے
  • یہ قسم صفت کی مقدار کو ظاہر کرتی ہے جیسا کہ میرے پاس ایک قلم ہے 
  • اسم اشارہ یا اشخاص کی طرف اشارہ کرنا جیساکہ یہ، وہ 
  • اسم اضافی ہو یعنی کسی شخص یا چیز کی ملکیت کو ثابت کرنا جیسا کہ میرا قلم 

Adjective Definition and Examples :

The presence of evil or good in something is called its attribute. “As Umair is very intelligent”, so here ntelligent” is an adjective that is associated with Umair. Or if there is an error like “Umair is a thief” then the error of stealing in Umair is a bad adjective. And this will also be called an adjective.

”Kinds of Adjective”


Adjectives modify nouns and pronouns. In general, two main types of adjectives are:
Descriptive adjectives describe quality of the noun.
While, Limiting adjectives limit the noun being described.

Table of Contents :

Types of Adjectives: Descriptive Adjectives

1.1.Attributive Adjectives
1.2.Predicate Adjectives

2: Types of Adjectives: Limiting Adjectives

2.1.Definite & Indefinite Articles
2.2.Possessive Adjectives
2.3.Demonstrative Adjectives
2.4.Interrogative Adjectives
2.5.Indefinite Adjectives
2.6.Cardinal Adjectives
2.7.Ordinal Adjectives
2.8.Proper Adjectives
2.9.Nouns Used as Adjectives

Types of Adjectives:

Descriptive Adjectives
What is a descriptive adjective in English⁉️

Generally, a descriptive adjective is probably what you think of when you hear the word “adjective.” Descriptive adjectives describe nouns and pronouns.
In fact, descriptive adjectives can be attributive adjectives or predicate adjectives.

1.1.Attributive Adjectives
✍️Adjectives which appear directly beside the noun, most commonly before, are called👉 attributive, because they attribute a quality to the noun they modify. And, more than one adjective can modify the same noun.
Examples: The flowers have a nice smell. (“Nice” is an attributive adjective, as it is placed)., The chatter made the room noisy. (This is an instance in which the attributive adjective appears directly behind the noun. “Noisy” is describing the “room.”)

1.2.Predicate Adjectives
✍️Adjectives which appear after a linking verb are👉 predicative adjectives, because they form part of the predicate. Hence, they modify the subject of the sentence or clause (a clause is a portion of a sentence which contains a subject and a predicate).
Examples: The pickles are salty. (noun: pickle, linking verb: are, adjective: salty (describing the noun”pickles”)) , Tornadoes appear menacing. (noun: tornadoes, linking verb: appear, adjective: menacing (describing the noun “tornadoes”))

2 “Types of Adjectives: Limiting Adjectives
Limiting adjectives do as their name suggests, they limit the noun being described. Generally, there are 👉nine types of limiting adjectives as follows:
2.1.Definite & Indefinite Articles
2.2.Possessive Adjectives
2.3.Demonstrative Adjectives
2.4.Indefinite Adjectives
2.5.Interrogative Adjectives
2.6.Cardinal Adjectives
2.7.Ordinal Adjectives
2.8.Proper Adjectives
2.9.Nouns used as Adjectives

Types of Adjectives:

2.1.Definite & Indefinite Articles
There is only one definite article, the. When used before a noun, it specifies a particular noun as opposed to any one.
Examples: The cat (a specific, identifiable cat), The cottages (specific, identifiable cottages)
There are two indefinite articles, a and an. These are used with a noun when a specific noun is not being pointed at.
Examples: , A lion (any lion) , An ant (any ant)

2.2.Possessive Adjectives
The possessive adjectives ,my, your, his, her,its, our, and their modify nouns by showing possession or ownership.
Examples: I forgot my key at home., What is your phone number?, The bookstore sold his favorite book. , After many years, they returned to their homeland., We’ll make our decision and contact the people involved., The cat chased its ball down the stairs and into the backyard.

2.3.Demonstrative Adjectives
What are demonstrative adjectives in English⁉️
The demonstrative adjectives “this,” “these,” “that,” “those,” and “what” are identical to the demonstrative pronouns, but are used as adjectives to modify nouns or noun phrases.
Examples: That dog is so adorable., He lives in this house., My friend preferred those plates. ,These books are too expensive.

The relationship between a demonstrative adjective and a demonstrative pronoun is similar to the relationship between a possessive adjective and a possessive pronoun, or to that between an interrogative adjective and an interrogative pronoun.

2.4.Indefinite Adjectives
What is an indefinite adjective in English⁉️
An indefinite adjective is similar to an indefinite pronoun, except that it modifies a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase.
Examples: Many people continue to ignore warnings about the dangers of sunbathing.,The examiners can pitch on any student to answer questions., There were a few people sitting at the back of the hall., All children should be taught to swim.

2.5.Interrogative Adjectives: What is an interrogative adjective in English⁉️
An interrogative adjective ( “which” or “what”) is like an interrogative pronoun, except that it modifies a noun or noun phrase rather than standing on its own (see also demonstrative adjectives and possessive adjectives).
Examples:Which method is likely to produce the best results?, What subject did you enjoy most?

2.6.Cardinal Adjectives: Adjectives that modify the noun by numbering it (stating how many) are cardinal adjectives.
Examples: Five pens, Six tables

2.7 Ordinal Adjectives :An ordinal adjective indicates the position of a noun in a series.
Examples: The first date, The third month

2.8.Proper Adjectives : Adjectives derived from proper names are called proper adjectives. They are easily recognizable in that they are always capitalized.
Examples: Japanese food, Russian opera

2.9.Nouns Used as Adjectives : Sometimes nouns can be used as adjectives to 👉define or 👉describe another noun.

Examples: The computer exhibition ,A history teacher


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