noun sya·gush \ˈsyäˌgüsh\

Definition of syagush



  1. :  caracal

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Origin and Etymology of syagush

Persian siyāh-gōsh, literally, black ear, from siyāh black (from Middle Persian) + gōsh ear, from Old Persian gausha-; akin to Avestan gaosha- ear, Sanskrit ghoṣa noise

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a brief usually trivial fact

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