Cynic Meaning In Urdu
Cynic Meaning in English to Urdu is ترش رو, as written in Urdu and Tursh Ro, as written in Roman Urdu. There are many synonyms of Cynic which include Carper, Caviler, Detractor, Disbeliever, Doubter, Egoist, Egotist, Flouter, Misanthrope, Misanthropist, Misogamist, Misogynist, Mocker, Pessimist, Questioner, Satirist, Scoffer, Skeptic, Sneerer, Unbeliever, Doubting Thomas, etc.
|Tarik E Lazat||تارک لذات|
|Tursh Ro||ترش رو|
Definitions of Cynic
adj. Having the qualities of a surly dog; snarling; captious; currish.
adj. Pertaining to the Dog Star.
adj. Belonging to the sect of philosophers called cynics; having the qualities of a cynic; pertaining to, or resembling, the doctrines of the cynics.
adj. Given to sneering at rectitude and the conduct of life by moral principles; believing the worst of human nature and motives; disbelieving in the reality of any human purposes which are not suggested or directed by self-interest or self-indulgence; having a sneering disbelief in the selflessness of others; ; characterized by such opinions.
n. One of a sect or school of philosophers founded by Antisthenes, and of whom Diogenes was a disciple. The first Cynics were noted for austere lives and their scorn for social customs and current philosophical opinions. Hence the term Cynic symbolized, in the popular judgment, moroseness, and contempt for the views of others.
n. One who holds views resembling those of the Cynics; a snarler; a misanthrope; particularly, a person who believes that human conduct is directed, either consciously or unconsciously, wholly by self-interest or self-indulgence, and that appearances to the contrary are superficial and untrustworthy.
How To Spell Cynic [sin-ik]
Origin of Cynic Mid 16th century (in cynic (sense 2)): from Latin cynicus, from Greek kunikos; probably originally from Kunosarges, the name of a gymnasium where Antisthenes taught, but popularly taken to mean ‘doglike, churlish’, kuōn, kun-, ‘dog’ becoming a ni