[goo r] /gʊər/
a branch of the Niger-Congo subfamily of languages, including Mossi and other languages spoken in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Ivory Coast, and Mali.
a small group of languages of W Africa, spoken chiefly in Burkina Faso and Ghana, forming a branch of the Niger-Congo family Also called Voltaic
a whelp, a place near Ibleam where Jehu’s servants overtook and mortally wounded king Ahaziah (2 Kings 9:27); an ascent from the plain of Jezreel.
sojourn of Baal, a place in Arabia (2 Chr. 26:7) where there was probably a temple of Baal.
[gur-jyef, -jee-ef] /ˈgɜr dʒyɛf, -dʒiˌɛf/ noun 1. George Ivanovich (George S. Georgiades) 1872–1949, Armenian-born spiritual leader and author. /ˈɡɛːdjɛf/ noun 1. Georgei Ivanovitch (ˈdʒɔːdʒɪ ɪˈvanəˌvitʃ). ?1877–1949, Russian mystic: founded a teaching centre in Paris (1922)
[gur-dwahr-uh] /ˈgɜr dwɑr ə/ noun 1. a Sikh temple in India. /ˈɡɜːdwɑːrə/ noun 1. a Sikh place of worship
exclamation /ger’fl/ An expression of shocked disbelief. “He said we have to recode this thing in Fortran by next week. Gurfle!” Compare weeble. [Jargon File] (1996-06-01)