Definition of gobar in English:

gobar

noun

mass nounIndian
  • Cattle dung.

    as modifier ‘a gobar fire’
    • ‘And she began to collect gobar pani and told them she intended cleaning the place where they were standing so as to purify it.’
    • ‘They leave gobar all along the sides of the roads and you have to end up walking in the middle of the road.’
    • ‘In the 1980s, there was much writing and talk about smokeless chulhas, about gobar gas, about alternative sources of energy that would help poor people with their essential fuel needs.’
    • ‘Seema was not interested in undertaking the additional work of removing gobar, milking her and providing fodder.’
    manure, muck, animal excrement
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Origin

Hindi.

Pronunciation

gobar

/ˈɡɒbə/