Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a sacred sweetened water used in the Sikh baptismal ceremony.
|a combination of traditional Punjabi and Western pop music.
|a Sikh place of worship which includes a place where the scripture is housed. [Punjabi from Skr. guru, teacher, + dvara, door].
|a breed of cattle.
|the slaughter of animals for food in accordance with Sikh law.
|short trousers worn by Sikhs.
|the comb traditionally worn by Sikhs in their hair.
|a steel bangle, worn by Sikhs.
|the uncut hair and beard traditionally worn by Sikhs.
|a double-edged Sikh sword.
|a small sword or dagger worn by Sikhs.
|a dining hall in a GURDWARA.
|a wild sheep of central Asia, that has a reddish coat and long curved horns. [Punjabi hureal].
|any of a breed of humped dairy cattle. [From the name of a town in the central Punjab, Pakistan.]
|a Sikh community or local fellowship.