[goh-er] /ˈgoʊ ər/
a person or thing that :
We sat in the lobby watching the comers and goers.
a person who attends frequently or habitually (usually used in combination):
an energetic person
(informal) an acceptable or feasible idea, proposal, etc
(Austral & NZ, informal) a person trying to succeed
late 14c., “one who goes on foot, a walker,” agent noun of go. From mid-13c. as a surname. Of a horse, especially of one that goes fast (1690s); hence transferred use, of persons, “one who lives loosely” (c.1810).
[gohz] /goʊz/ verb 1. 3rd person singular present indicative of 1 . noun 2. plural of 1 . [goos] /gus/ noun 1. Hugo van der [hyoo-goh van der;; Dutch hy-goh vahn duh r] /ˈhyu goʊ væn dər;; Dutch ˈhü goʊ vɑn dər/ (Show IPA), c1440–82, Flemish painter. 1. . [goh] /goʊ/ verb (used without object), […]
- Goes to show
see: it goes to show
[goh-thuh lz] /ˈgoʊ θəlz/ noun 1. George Washington, 1858–1928, U.S. major general and engineer: chief engineer of the Panama Canal 1907–14; governor of the Canal Zone 1914–16.
[gur-tuh, German gœ-tuh] /ˈgɜr tə, German ˈgœ tə/ noun 1. Johann Wolfgang von [yoh-hahn vawlf-gahng fuh n] /ˈyoʊ hɑn ˈvɔlf gɑŋ fən/ (Show IPA), 1749–1832, German poet, dramatist, novelist, and philosopher. /German ˈɡøːtə/ noun 1. Johann Wolfgang von (joˈhan ˈvɔlfɡaŋ fɔn). 1749–1832, German poet, novelist, and dramatist, who settled in Weimar in 1775. His early […]