noun, plural gaurs, (especially collectively) gaur.
- gaunt, john of,
- gauntlet bandage,
- gause's law,
- gause's principle,
- gauss law,
- gauss, carl friedrich
Origin of gaur
Examples from the Web for gaur
The neighbours called him Gaur or Gaurnga (fair complexioned) on account of his marvellous beauty.Chaitanya's Life And Teachings|Krishna das Kaviraja
Gaur Rahman just then died, and there was little resistance.
In the skull the forehead is not concave as in the gaur, but flat, and if anything rather convex.Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon|Robert A. Sterndale
The form of the Gaur is not so lengthened as that of the Arna.
When wounded the Gaur utters a short bellow, which may be best imitated by the syllable—ugh-ugh.