Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An English spelling of guru.
- n. Obsolete form of guru.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A spiritual teacher, guide, or confessor among the Hindus; a guru.
- n. one who has expert knowledge of a technical area and serves as an advisor to others; an expert and teacher. Usually written
- n. an intellectual or spiritual guide or advisor; a mentor. Usually written
“We also passed a village to the left, containing about twenty houses, here a Nai gooroo, or person of rank, resides, and here I also got fruit-bearing specimens of Abies pendula.”
“That unhappy speculator in seersuckers and castor-oil died in prison, and a _gooroo_ (that is, a spiritual teacher) feed by the Baboo, desolated his last hour with the assurance that he should transmigrate into the bodies of seven generations of _gharree_-horses, and drag _feringhee_ sailormen, in a state of beer, from the ghauts to the punch-houses, all his miserable lives.”
“Gokool refused to prostrate himself at his feet while he should put his foot on his head; for which his gooroo was displeased ...”
“While we were there, Gokool's gooroo (teacher) came for the first time since his losing caste.”
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