NounGuru (plural Gurus)
- A Hindu, Sikh or thereupon modeled sectarian spiritual teacher.
- An advisor or mentor.
- He acted as her guru, giving much needed advice over the years.
- A leader or expert in a field.
- The investment guru made his name by avoiding stock about to be wiped out in the crash of 2009.
Brahman, Ramwat, abecedarian, angel, authority, bairagi, bashara, bhikhari, bhikshu, boss, bwana, certified teacher, chef, chief, church dignitary, docent, doctor, dominie, don, ecclesiarch, educationist, educator, elder, elder statesman, employer, fellow, goodman, great soul, guide, holy man, husband, illuminate, instructor, intellect, intellectual, liege, liege lord, lord, lord paramount, lover of wisdom, maestro, mahatma, man of intellect, man of wisdom, mandarin, master, mastermind, melamed, mentor, mullah, oracle, overlord, padrone, pandit, paramount, paterfamilias, patriarch, patron, pedagogist, pedagogue, philosopher, preceptor, professor, pujari, pundit, purohit, rabbi, rishi, sage, sahib, saint, sannyasi, sapient, savant, scholar, schoolkeeper, schoolmaster, schoolteacher, seer, seigneur, seignior, starets, teacher, thinker, vairagi, wise man, wise old man, yogi, yogin
A traditional etymology based on the Advayataraka Upanishad (14–18, verse 5) describes the syllables gu 'darkness' and ru 'dispeller', combining as who dispells darkness.
- The translations below need to be checked.
- A guru
Declension of Guru (type valo)
Guru m. (plural Gurus)
- Alternative spelling of gourou.
- IPA: /ˈɡuru/
- Hyphenation: guru
Guru (plural Guruk)
- A guru
declension of Guru
- A teacher
guru m. inv.
- A guru (religious or spiritual leader; influential person)
Guru (using Raguileo Alphabet)
- A fox
gȕru m. (Cyrillic spelling гу̏ру)