noun shi·ka·ri \shi-ˈkär-ē, -ˈka-rē\

Definition of SHIKARI

:  a big game hunter; especially :  a professional hunter or guide

Origin of SHIKARI

Hindi & Urdu shikārī, from Persian, from shikār hunt
First Known Use: 1827

Rhymes with SHIKARI


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