American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A Hindu dynasty that ruled most of northern India from 320?-520?, under which the arts flourished and a unified code of laws was promulgated.
- n. An Indian surname.
- Hindi गुप्ता - possibly derived from Sanskrit goptri, meaning military governor, or possibly also from Sanskrit गुप्त साम्राज्य, Gupta Sāmrājya (Gupta Empire), the name of an ancient Indian empire which existed from approximately 320 to 550 CE and covered much of the Indian Subcontinent. (Wiktionary)
“GUPTA (voice-over): At the Gupta home, the day starts early.”
“GUPTA: After all, cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the U.S. Dr. S.njay Gupta, CNN, Atlanta.”
“Gupta is ostensibly qualified for the position in its current structure and is ideally suited for this added public education role.”
“Raghav “Rags” Gupta is V-P of International Partnerships at Brightcove, where he has worked since 2005.”
“I lost faith and respect in Gupta a long time ago.”
“Gupta is chatty enuf on the tele but I would rather have a person of greater substance.”
“One crucial difference seems to be that Gupta is an actual doctor …”
“InfoUSA CEO, Vin Gupta, has made the InfoUSA corporate jet available for the Clintons to travel in style to Hawaii, Switzerland and Jamaica — at a cost of more that $900,000”
“Sophomore Akshat Gupta is a fan of Hitchens 'writing on Slate. com and Atlantic Monthly magazine.”
“Tyler Has Nothing To Say: Sanjay Gupta is Obama's pick for Surgeon General”
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