One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- old-fashioned spelling of Gurkha
- ‘Gone are the days when it was only the Kukhri-wielding Nepali Goorkhas or security guards sporting big mustaches and guns who used to guard your homes and offices.’
- ‘In another temple, the doorman's attire resembles that of the present day Goorkhas.’
- ‘But the Regiment did not cheer with the Highlanders, nor did they dance uncouth dances with the Goorkhas among the dead.’
- ‘West of Nepal was a small clan, the Goorkhas, whose people were noted for their war-like daring.’
- ‘The Sikkimputtee Rajah engages for himself and successors to abstain from any acts of aggression or hostility against the Goorkhas or any other State.’
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