An adverb is a word that modifies or describes a verb, adjective, or another adverb. It provides more information about how, when, where, or to what extent an action is performed. In Telugu, adverbs are known as “క్రియావిశేషణం” (kriyāviśēṣaṇaṁ).


(Pronunciation: kri-yaa-vi-she-sha-nam)


1. క్రియావిశేషణం (kriyāviśēṣaṇaṁ)

2. క్రియావిశేషకం (kriyāviśēṣakaṁ)

3. క్రియావిశేష (kriyāviśēṣa)

Nearby Words

1. Verb (Noun) – క్రియ (kriya) – The action or state of being.

2. Adjective (Noun) – విశేషణం (viśēṣaṇaṁ) – A word that describes or modifies a noun.

3. Noun (Noun) – నామపదం (nāmapadaṁ) – A word that represents a person, place, thing, or idea.

4. Preposition (Noun) – ప్రత్యయం (pratyayaṁ) – A word or group of words that shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word in a sentence.

5. Conjunction (Noun) – సంయోజకం (sanyōjakaṁ) – A word that connects words, phrases, or clauses.

Example Sentence: నాన్న తినడం చాలా ఆనందంగా ఉంది. (Nānna tiṇaḍaṁ cālā ānandamgā undi) – Eating my mother’s food is very enjoyable.


The antonym of adverb in Telugu is “నిర్విశేషణం” (nirviśēṣaṇaṁ).

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