[goo p-tuh, guhp-] /ˈgʊp tə, ˈgʌp-/
a dynasty of N India (a.d. 320–540) whose court was the center of classical Indian art and literature.
the empire of this dynasty, encompassing all of N India and Gujarat.
the dynasty ruling northern India from the early 4th century to the late 6th century ad: the period is famous for achievements in art, science, and mathematics
4c.-6c. North Indian dynasty, from Chandragupta, name of the founder.
- Gupta corporation
company The vendor of SQLWindows. Gupta Corporation provides application development and deployment software for client-server applications, consisting of a relational database, application development tools and transparent connectivity software. Gupta employs 400 people in 15 offices worldwide, including the United States, Europe and Asia. Gupta’s 1993 fiscal year income was $5.6 million and their revenue was […]
[goo r] /gʊər/ noun 1. a branch of the Niger-Congo subfamily of languages, including Mossi and other languages spoken in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Ivory Coast, and Mali. /ɡʊə/ noun 1. 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 […]
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)