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shi·ka·ri

 (shĭ-kär′ē, -kăr′ē)
n. pl. shi·ka·ris
1. A big-game hunter.
2. A guide for big-game hunting.

[Hindi śikārī, from Persian šikārī, from šikār, hunting, from Middle Persian škār.]

shikari

(ʃɪˈkɑːrɪ) or

shikaree

n, pl -ris or -rees
(Hunting) (in India) a hunter
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