[goh-bee-oid] /ˈgoʊ biˌɔɪd/
of or resembling a goby.
a gobioid fish.
of or relating to the Gobioidea, a suborder of spiny-finned teleost fishes that includes gobies and mudskippers (family Gobiidae) and sleepers (family Eleotridae)
any gobioid fish
- Gobject introspection
programming A GNOME project that defines a syntax for introspection annotation pragmas to be used in the GObject library source code. Rather than actual introspection, these are intended to allow automatic generation of bindings (APIs) to expose the library to higher-level languages. The sort of information provided is the type and direction (in, out, inout) […]
[gob-lit] /ˈgɒb lɪt/ noun 1. a drinking glass with a foot and stem. 2. Archaic. a bowl-shaped drinking vessel with no handles. /ˈɡɒblɪt/ noun 1. a vessel for drinking, usually of glass or metal, with a base and stem but without handles 2. (archaic) a large drinking cup shaped like a bowl n. late 14c., […]
noun, Cell Biology. 1. a type of epithelial cell that secretes mucin, so called after its shape. goblet cell gob·let cell (gŏb’lĭt) n. A mucus-secreting epithelial cell that distends with mucin before secretion and collapses to a goblet shape after secretion. Also called beaker cell. goblet cell (gŏb’lĭt) Any of the specialized epithelial cells, such […]
[gob-lin] /ˈgɒb lɪn/ noun 1. a grotesque sprite or elf that is mischievous or malicious toward people. /ˈɡɒblɪn/ noun 1. (in folklore) a small grotesque supernatural creature, regarded as malevolent towards human beings n. early 14c., “a devil, incubus, fairy,” from Old French gobelin (12c., as Medieval Latin Gobelinus, the name of a spirit haunting […]