[goo-rah-mee] /gʊˈrɑ mi/
noun, plural (especially collectively) gourami (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) gouramis.
a large, air-breathing, nest-building, freshwater Asiatic fish, Osphronemus goramy, used for food.
any of several small, air-breathing, nest-building Asiatic fishes of the genera Trichogaster, Colisa, and Trichopsis, often kept in aquariums.
noun (pl) -mi, -mis
a large SE Asian labyrinth fish, Osphronemus goramy, used for food and (when young) as an aquarium fish
any of various other labyrinth fishes, such as Helostoma temmincki (kissing gourami), many of which are brightly coloured and popular aquarium fishes
type of freshwater fish, 1878, from Malay gurami.
[gawrd, gohrd, goo rd] /gɔrd, goʊrd, gʊərd/ noun 1. the hard-shelled fruit of any of various plants, especially those of Lagenaria siceraria (white-flowered gourd or bottle gourd) whose dried shell is used for bowls and other utensils, and Cucurbita pepo (yellow-flowered gourd) used ornamentally. Compare . 2. a plant bearing such a fruit. 3. a […]
noun 1. a metal cup of the 16th and 17th centuries having a gourd-shaped bowl mounted on a stem.
[French goord; English goo rd] /French gurd; English gʊərd/ noun, plural gourdes [French goord; English goo rdz] /French gurd; English gʊərdz/ (Show IPA) 1. a paper money and monetary unit of Haiti, equal to 100 centimes. Abbreviation: G., Gde. /ɡʊəd/ noun 1. the standard monetary unit of Haiti, divided into 100 centimes
noun 1. the plant family Cucurbitaceae, characterized by tendril-bearing vines, either trailing or climbing and having alternate, palmately lobed leaves, often large yellow or greenish flowers, and many-seeded, fleshy fruit with a hard rind, and including the cucumber, gourd, melon, pumpkin, and squash.