Addenda: Meaning and Pronunciation

Addenda is a plural noun derived from the Latin word “addendum,” which means “something added.” In Telugu, addenda is translated as చేరుకోవడం (chērukōvaḍaṁ). Pronounced as /əˈdɛndə/ (uh-DEN-duh), addenda is commonly used in English to refer to additional or supplementary material that is added to a book, document, or other written work.

Synonyms of Addenda

Some synonyms of addenda include:

  • Supplements
  • Appendices
  • Annexes
  • Attachments

Nearby Words

Here are some nearby words with their parts of speech and meanings in Telugu:

  • Addendum (Noun) – చేరుకోవడం (chērukōvaḍaṁ) – Something added or to be added.
  • Adder (Noun) – చేరుకోవడం చేసే వ్యక్తి (chērukōvaḍaṁ cēsē vyakti) – A person who adds or a snake of the viper family.
  • Addict (Noun) – ఆసక్తి కలిగిన వ్యక్తి (āsakti kaligina vyakti) – A person who is addicted to a particular substance or activity.

Example sentences:

  1. The author included several addenda at the end of the book to provide additional information.
  2. Please attach the addendum to the contract before signing it.


The antonym of addenda in Telugu is తీర్పు (tīrpu), which means “conclusion” or “ending.”

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