Definition of Gujarati in English:

Gujarati

Syllabification: Gu·ja·ra·ti
Pronunciation: /ˌɡo͝ojəˈrädē
 
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(also Gujerati)

noun (plural Gujaratis /-tēz/)

1A native or inhabitant of Gujarat.
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  • Indian Sikhs, he said, made up the largest part of Southall's ethnic community, and East African Indian Gujaratis dominated Leicester.
  • Despite the economic advances made by many Indians, including many Gujeratis, those of rural Gujerati origin have been, relatively speaking, left behind.
  • The south Asian diaspora in the United Kingdom comprises Indians (predominantly Gujaratis and Punjabis), Sri Lankans, Pakistanis, and Bangladeshis.
2The Indic language of the Gujaratis.
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  • Entries can be sent in any language - Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi, Urdu and, of course, Hinglish.
  • Bhili, a language similar to Gujarati, is spoken by tribal groups in northern and eastern Gujarat.
  • A versatile linguist, he has acted in every major regional language including Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi and Telegu.

adjective

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Relating to the Gujaratis or their language.
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  • Given his Bharuch ancestry, he, one is sure, is reasonably well-versed in Gujarati language and is therefore in a position to read the leaflet in original.
  • You are either a Gujarati or you know the Gujarati language or you had settled in some part of Gujarat not long ago.
  • Whenever you go out, ask the travel desk officer in the hotel to write the destination in Gujarati language since it is easier for you to communicate with rickshaw drivers.

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