from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A South African musical instrument, consisting of a bent piece of wood or bow with a single gut string attached, which is sounded by the player′ s breath directed through or against a quill that is fastened to one end of the bow. Sometimes a small gourd is attached to the bow as a resonator.


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  • I'm a white guy aka gora (yea i know what that means haha) and I just got into Punjabi music thanks to my favorite Indian, AK aka Amazing!

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  • He said he had a note for a gentleman in the Mint, and entreated that "gora," "white man," to let him in, but instead of doing so he threatened to kill him.

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  • The 'gora' Sue in Rang De Basanti, Alice Patten has since played a student joining the CIA in the political thriller Trade Routes and is currently acting in Richard The Lionheart in the BBC TV miniseries Heroes and Villains.


  • Callers passed on the message that one of the 'gora' [whites] wanted a fight.

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  • Callers passed on the message that one of the 'gora' [whites] wanted a fight.

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  • As a foreigner, or a "gora," you will be stared at. Largest Circulated Indian Magazine In USA

  • Of course - any natives suspected of loyalty would be fair game - including the gora-colonel's lapdog, as Ram Mangal had charmingly called me.


  • Bombay had risen, Afghan fighters were pouring in from the north, a great Muslim jihad had been proclaimed, fort after fort of the hated gora-log was going down, with fearful slaughter.


  • * (* Teacher.) "The sahibs love their soldiers - and so the gora-cavalry broke Lal's string for him tonight!"


  • Seem that I have started this noce topic of desi and gora american stuff hmm.

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