Saratagarh, May 1: The ‘Dang’ in Danganronpo’ is pronounced the same as ‘Dans’ or ‘Dansk’ in the English language.
The words ‘Dank’, ‘Dani’, ‘De’, ‘Dar’ are also pronounced the ‘d’ in English.
In the Hindi version, the word ‘Danka’ is a combination of ‘daan’ and ‘nag’, meaning ‘I’m not there’.
This is because ‘Danas’ is actually a person, and it is also the first person in the Hindi language to use the word for ‘there’.
In the past, when people would use ‘Dannan’, they would say, ‘Danna khaa, Dannan khaaa’, or ‘You are Dannana’.
Nowadays, the Hindi word ‘Deen’ is being used instead.
In Hindi, the verb ‘Dena’ is often used instead of ‘De’.
It means ‘to do’, ‘to be doing’, ‘something to do’, or something that has to be done.
This is how the word Dank is used in the new ‘Danga’.
In some languages, the ‘Khaan’ or the ‘Kh’ sound can be pronounced differently.
The English word ‘Khal’, for example, is pronounced ‘KHAAN’ or, in some languages that use the same consonantal sound as ‘Khan’, ‘KHAN’.
This word ‘Khanna’ means ‘khann’, which means to be moving, to be doing, or to be in motion.
It is used when something is happening and you need to move towards it.
In Hindi, we use ‘Khana’ to describe an action, which can mean either ‘move’, ‘do’, ‘take’, or it can mean ‘get’.
If it is used to describe something moving, then it is usually pronounced ‘Khal’.
In Hindi too, the words ‘Kyaan’ is sometimes used instead, but this is a word that is only used when a noun is used as a verb.
In other words, a verb is used after a noun to make the meaning clear.
For example, the English word I was looking for was looked for, looked, or looked for.
It can be used after the noun I looked for to make it clear that I was searching for the name of the person I was trying to find.
In some cases, the same word can be given a different sound, like ‘Khyaan’.
The dictionary’s entry for ‘Dantu’ says, “The name Dantu was given to the goddess of the plains and the great forest.
She was said to be the mother of the universe.
The name Danta’ is also used for the goddess.”
It is a good idea to have a dictionary on your desk at all times.
It will be helpful to remember the meanings of words.
For instance, if the meaning of a word is obvious, you should not waste time trying to figure out the meaning.
In fact, if you have to try to figure it out, you might forget what the word means or the meaning might be incorrect.
In addition, when you get stuck, use the dictionary’s online search function to get help.
If you are still stuck after a while, the dictionary will help you.
In the dictionary, the meanings for the words are explained.
In most cases, if a word has two or more meanings, it can be listed as an abbreviation.
For some words, the meaning is also spelled out.
For others, the two meanings are spelled out separately.
The abbreviation is always shown next to the word.
The meanings of a lot of words are shown next, if they have two or three meanings.
In general, the abbreviation does not change much over time.
The dictionary also provides examples and tips for finding the word you are looking for.
For example, if there is a link at the bottom of the dictionary to the website where you can download the dictionary with links to the full text of the book, you can find the dictionary in this section of the site.
There, you will find links to all the definitions of all the words in the dictionary.
The book has a chapter on the word “Dana”.
There, it explains the meaning, pronunciation and meaning of the word in English and Hindi.
For those who do not know what “D” means, it is a syllable of ‘dana’.
The dictionary also has a list of other terms for the word, such as ‘tikka’, ‘mujhe’, ‘khaan’, ‘gara’, ‘dang’, ‘dhana’, ‘pala’, ‘saam’, ‘bhatta’, ‘daang’, and many more.