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A gaur.

EtymologyEdit

From Hindi गौर (gaur), from Sanskrit गौर (gaura). Attested in English since the early 19th century.

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NounEdit

gaur (plural gaurs or gaur)

  1. An East Indian species of wild cattle (Bos gaurus), of large size and an untamable disposition.

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gaur

  1. today

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CzechEdit

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gaur m

  1. gaur, wild cattle

FrenchEdit

NounEdit

gaur m (plural gaurs)

  1. gaur

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gaur m (genitive singular gaurs, nominative plural gaurar)

  1. (dated) pole
  2. (dated) a gangly youth/man
  3. a loud, unruly boy
  4. (slang) fellow, guy, dude

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