[goo-fee] /ˈgu fi/
adjective, goofier, goofiest. Slang.
ridiculous; silly; wacky; nutty:
a goofy little hat.
adjective (informal) goofier, goofiest
foolish; silly; stupid
(Brit) (of teeth) sticking out; protruding
1921, from goof + -y (2). The Disney character of that name began life c.1929 as Dippy Dawg.
Silly; foolish; crazy; dotty •Nearly always has an affectionate and amused connotation: a goofy grin/ a goofy awkward kid/ And he looked, well, goofy (1921+)
[goof-awf, -of] /ˈgufˌɔf, -ˌɒf/ noun, Slang. 1. a person who habitually shirks work or responsibility; idler. [goof] /guf/ Slang. verb (used without object) 1. to blunder; make an error, misjudgment, etc. 2. to waste or kill time; evade work or responsibility (often followed by off or around): Exam week is not a time to goof […]
- Goof on someone
verb phrase To play a joke on someone; fool someone (1970s+ Teenagers)
[goof-uhp] /ˈgufˌʌp/ noun, Slang. 1. a person who habitually makes mistakes, spoils things, gets into trouble, etc., especially through carelessness or irresponsibility. 2. a mistake, blunder, malfunction, or the like. [goof] /guf/ Slang. verb (used without object) 1. to blunder; make an error, misjudgment, etc. 2. to waste or kill time; evade work or responsibility […]
[goo-fuh s] /ˈgu fəs/ noun, plural goofuses. Slang. 1. a foolish, stupid, or inept person. noun pressed glass to which brightly colored paint has been applied but is not later fired in a furnace Word Origin 1897-1955 noun