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Noun1.Gujerati - a member of the people of Gujarat
Indian - a native or inhabitant of India
2.Gujerati - the Indic language spoken by the people of India who live in Gujarat in western India
Sanskrit, Sanskritic language - (Hinduism) an ancient language of India (the language of the Vedas and of Hinduism); an official language of India although it is now used only for religious purposes
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10 The Serampore missionaries were also given posts in teaching Indian 'vernaculars' such as Bengali, Gujerati and Tamil.
In SA, at least three low-density lipoprotein receptor (LDLR) mutations are known in Afrikaans-speaking whites, one in Jewish people from Eastern Europe and one in Indians of Gujerati descent.
Cameron's insulting, divisive and intrusive leaflet campaign in support of conservative party candidate Goldsmith during the last elections for the Mayor of London had asked Gujerati Hindus and Punjabi Sikhs to help keep "our streets safe from terrorist attacks".
As well as the gift of curry he has the gift of tongues being fluent in Hindi, Gujerati, Nepal, Punjabi, Urdu and Arabic.
The Sultanah, on her part, traded Gujerati cloth in exchange for tin in Perak.
There will also be a cookery demonstration from Bhanu Mistry, a specialist in Gujerati food, who is expected to prepare authentic Indian dishes using some of the more unusual produce that can be grown in the UK, as well as getting the audience involved in making chapattis.
Informante meld dat haar taal Gujerati was, maar dit kon ook Marathi gewees het, wat die hooftaal van die streek is waaruit haar pa, Esop Suliman, gekom het.
To assist the police investigation, the Birmingham Mail had printed posters featuring images of the clothing and appeals in the three main Indian dialects of Urdu, Punjabi and Gujerati.
Along the way, many of these writers gained a clarity for detail in their surroundings, savouring not only tastes and smells, but the way in which certain languages twist tongues in ways that cannot be translated into English and are best said in Gujerati, Hindi or Punjabi.
ii) Hindi, Marathi, Gujerati and Bengali plays and tales
Stuffing 1/2 lb flat gathias (cooked Gujerati snacks made of gram flour).