Definition of Goorals

1. gooral [n] - See also: gooral



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Goorals

goonies
gooniest
goonishness
goonlike
goons
goony
goop
goopier
goopiest
goopily
goops
goopy
goor
goora nut
gooral
goorals (current term)
gooranut
gooranuts
gooroo
gooroos
goors
goos
goosander
goosanders
goose
goose-pen
goose-penned
goose-rumped
goose-step
goose-stepped

Literary usage of Goorals

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1. Poland of To-day and Yesterday: A Review of Its History, Past and Present by Nevin Otto Winter (1913)
"... AND His RELIGION Ignorance — Tillers of the soil — Lot of women — Villages — Holidays—Tatra — The "goorals" — Importance of religion — Shrines — Priests ..."

2. Hindu-Koh: Wanderings and Wild Sport on and Beyond the Himalayas by Donald Macintyre (1889)
"The mangled remains of the two goorals were soon brought up, when we were surprised to find them much less smashed and torn than might have ..."

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