[goo j-uh-raht, goo-juh-] /ˌgʊdʒ əˈrɑt, ˌgu dʒə-/
a region in W India, N of the Narbada River.
a state in W India, on the Arabian Sea. 72,138 sq. mi. (186,837 sq. km).
a state of W India: formed in 1960 from the N and W parts of the former Bombay State; one of India’s most industrialized states. Capital: Gandhinagar. Pop: 50 596 992 (2001). Area: 196 024 sq km (75 268 sq miles)
a region of W India, north of the Narmada River: generally includes the areas north of Mumbai city where Gujarati is spoken
[goo j-uh-rah-tee, goo-juh-] /ˌgʊdʒ əˈrɑ ti, ˌgu dʒə-/ noun 1. an Indic language of western India. /ˌɡʊdʒjəˈrɑːtɪ/ noun 1. (pl) -ti. a member of a people of India living chiefly in Gujarat 2. the state language of Gujarat, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family adjective 3. of or relating to Gujarat, its […]
plural noun 1. a group of former princely states, in W India: placed under a special agency (Gujarat States Agency) in 1933; now divided between Gujarat and Maharashtra states.
/ˌɡʊdˈdʒuː/ noun 1. a Gujarati person adjective 2. Gujarati: Gujju food
[goo j-ruh n-wah-luh, gooj-] /ˌgʊdʒ rənˈwɑ lə, ˌgudʒ-/ noun 1. a city in NE Pakistan. /ɡuːdʒˈrɑːnˌwʌlə/ noun 1. a city in NE Pakistan: textile manufacturing. Pop: 1 466 000 (2005 est)