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From an Indian language, where it means "corner".


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gosha (plural goshas)

  1. (rare) A corner-plot of land in India.
    • 1964, Girja Shanker Srivastva, The Law & Principles of Survey, page 71:
      The main subdivision is called the main number and the smaller subdivisions the goshas. This gosha as its name implies (meaning corner) lies along the sides of the figure, and can never be in the middle of the plot. The situation of the goshas is found from the map, []