[ gool ]


  1. a large octagonal design derived from the shape of a rose, a motif on Oriental rugs.
  2. a flower, especially a rose.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of gul1

First recorded in 1810–20; from Persian gul “rose”

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Example Sentences

The case of twelve-year-old Sahar Gul, another client of mine, also shocked the world.

If elected, Erdogan will take over from the current president Abdullah Gul at the end of the month.

She also met with Jordan's King Abdullah, Turkish President Gul and Turkish Prime Minster Erdogan.

President Abdullah Gul said he himself had given the order to officials to discuss all the possible options in Syria.

Gul ignored the ban and used his Twitter account to express his hope that “this practice will not last long.”

Shout Gul Sher Khan yonder to drive in that bay stallion's pickets more firmly.

Gul-badan gives precise details of the gifts to the family circle (Humyn-nma f. 10).

Jafar is mentioned as Mahds son by Gul-badan and in the abbus-siyar iii, 311, 312.

Ab-sad Mrz, Bburs paternal-aunts therefore, of his dutiful attendance on whom, Gul-badan writes.

Gul-badan mentions the arrival in Hindstn of a khnm of this name, who was a daughter of Sl.