sherpa

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The verb derives from the noun.

Noun[edit]

sherpa (plural sherpas)

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  1. A male of the Sherpa people employed as a mountain guide or porter.
  2. An expert sent by a country’s leader to a summit meeting.
  3. A synthetic fabric with a long, thick pile, similar to faux fur, imitation lamb wool, or fleece.

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Verb[edit]

sherpa (third-person singular simple present sherpas, present participle sherpaing, simple past and past participle sherpaed)

  1. (rare) To serve as a guide or porter for another.

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