Definition of gobar in English:

gobar

noun

mass nounIndian
  • Cattle dung.

    as modifier ‘a gobar fire’
    • ‘Seema was not interested in undertaking the additional work of removing gobar, milking her and providing fodder.’
    • ‘In the 1980s, there was much writing and talk about smokeless chulhas, about gobar gas, about alternative sources of energy that would help poor people with their essential fuel needs.’
    • ‘And she began to collect gobar pani and told them she intended cleaning the place where they were standing so as to purify it.’
    • ‘They leave gobar all along the sides of the roads and you have to end up walking in the middle of the road.’
    manure, muck, animal excrement

Origin

Hindi.

Pronunciation

gobar

/ˈɡɒbə/