Gujerati


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a member of the people of Gujarat

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the Indic language spoken by the people of India who live in Gujarat in western India

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In short, education was emphasized; as was wider reading of literature--I recall reading much of Charles Dickens, Alexander Dumas, Sir Walter Scott, Arnold Bennett, Thomas Hardy, the English poets such as Wordsworth and Keats, Gujerati authors and many Benagli authors in Gujerati translation.
Walk along the wide boulevards of the capital, Tunis, and you encounter a bewildering array of languages--French, English, German, Spanish, Swedish mix and mingle with Wolof, Hausa, Yoruba, Swahili, Zulu, Ndebele and Afrikaans; listen carefully and you can pick up Gujerati, Urdu, Tamil, Malay, Chinese and the unmistakable drawl of American.
Walk along the wide boulevards of the capital, Tunis, and you encounter a bewildering array of languages - French, English, German, Spanish, Swedish mix and mingle with Wolof, Hausa, Yoruba, Swahili, Zulu, Ndebele and Afrikaans; listen carefully and you can pick up Gujerati, Urdu, Tamil, Malay, Chinese and the unmistakable drawl of American.
The authors highlight the contradictions between the demand for Fijian economic and political control in a country where half the population are descendants of Indian indentured labourers, Gujerati businessmen, European planters and a fruit salad of Chinese, islander and `part-European' communities.
In the late 1930s the National Christian Council of India endorsed The Treasure Chest, which by 1938 was being published in English, Urdu, Malayalam, Telegu, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Burmese, Gujerati, and Bengali editions.
are modifications of the letter for /a/ and that this trend continued in Gujerati where also the letters for /e/ and /ai/ are formed that way; but the innovation did not spread to the notation of initial /i/ or /u/.
We've set up more than 3,000 lines in English, Hindi, Urdu, Gujerati, Punjabi, Bengali, Mipuri, Welsh and Gaelic so everyone can apply.
The booklets will be published in English, Welsh, Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, Gujerati, Punjabi, Somali and Urdu.
Although Gujerati, the family spoke a mixture of English and Gujerati at home.
The king provided them with a Gujerati pilot to guide them across the Indian Ocean, a voyage which they accomplished in less than a month.
Although I lived in Addis Ababa, the early values and traits I formed were typically Gujerati.
Apart from the leading Burmese and English-language newspapers, there were five in Chinese, two in Hindi and one each in Urdu, Tamil, Telugu and Gujerati.
Wells himself had the Declaration translated and published in an astonishing number of languages, covering practically all European languages (including Estonian and icelandic) as well as Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Urdu, Hindi, Bengali, Gujerati, Hausa, Swahili, Yoruba, Esperanto, and Basic English.
To keep pace with this growth, a total of (60) new typeface designs have been added across the nine major Indic scripts (Devanagari, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Gujerati, Gurmukhi, Kannada, Malayalam and Oriya) to Agfa Monotype's WorldType library.
For the appeals, printed in the three main Indian dialects of Urdu, Punjabi and Gujerati, released soon after the dismembered body of a young girl was found on an express train at Wolverhampton, helped unearth vital clues.