[goo-ber] /ˈgu bər/
noun, South Midland and Southern U.S.
another name for peanut
“peanut,” 1833, American English, of African origin, perhaps Bantu (cf. Kikongo and Kimbundu nguba “peanut”).
[1970s+ Teenagers; fr goober, ”peanut,” fr Kongo nguba, ”kidney, peanut”; first sense probably because the first syllable describes the goo that exudes from or is squeezed from the lesion]
/ˈɡuːbɪ/ noun (pl) goobies 1. (NZ, informal) spittle
[gooch] /gutʃ/ noun 1. George Peabody, 1873–1968, English historian. /ɡuːtʃ/ noun 1. Graham (Alan). born 1953, English cricketer: played in 118 test matches (1975–95), 34 as captain; scored 8,900 test runs (an England record)
[goo d] /gʊd/ adjective, better, best. 1. morally excellent; virtuous; righteous; pious: a good man. 2. satisfactory in quality, quantity, or degree: a good teacher; good health. 3. of high quality; excellent. 4. right; proper; fit: It is good that you are here. His credentials are good. 5. well-behaved: a good child. 6. kind, beneficent, […]
interjection 1. a conventional expression used at meeting or parting in the afternoon. sentence substitute 1. a conventional expression of greeting or farewell used in the afternoon