gaur, gowr, n. a species of ox inhabiting some of the mountain jungles of India.
The latter are a cross between an Agharia and a gaur (Ahīr) woman.
The neighbours called him gaur or gaurnga (fair complexioned) on account of his marvellous beauty.
The gaur (Bos gaurus), the “bison” of sportsmen, is found in all Bison.
The form of the gaur is not so lengthened as that of the Arna.
Glory to Nitynanda, to Adwaita, and to all followers of gaur!
The gaur prefers hilly ground, though it is sometimes found on low levels.
gaur Rahman just then died, and there was little resistance.
The limbs of the gaur have more of the form of the deer than any other of the bovine genus.
In the Central provinces the gaur is found in several parts of the bamboo-clad spurs of the Satpura range.