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Etymology 1Edit

Latin gula (throat)

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈɡjuːlə(r)/
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gular (comparative more gular, superlative most gular)

  1. Of or pertaining to the throat.
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gular (plural gulars)

  1. A scale in the central or throat region of a snake's body.

Etymology 2Edit

Borrowed from Hindi गूलर (gūlar)

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gular (plural gulars)

  1. Synonym of cluster fig (Ficus racemosa, a species of plant in the family Moraceae)
    • 1906, “Some Indian Trees”, in The Indian World, volume 4, page 54:
      The gular (ficus glomerata), the bargad, which is another name for the banyan, and the pakar (ficus venosa) are all members of the fig tribe, the Levites of the forest.
    • 2009, Sujit Saraf, The Confession of Sultana Daku, page 194:
      Carpet Sahib had picked up our trail, and the police would follow us all the way through the gular trees, to guess where we were headed.
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