a thick or sticky substance:
Wash that goo off your hands.
a sticky or viscous substance
coy or sentimental language or ideas
1903, American English, of obscure origin, probably a back-formation from gooey.
[perhaps sound symbolism, influenced by glue; perhaps fr bur-goo, ”oatmeal porridge”]
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[goo-san-der] /guˈsæn dər/ noun, British. 1. a common merganser, Mergus merganser, of Eurasia and North America. 2. any merganser. /ɡuːˈsændə/ noun 1. a common merganser (a duck), Mergus merganser, of Europe and North America, having a dark head and white body in the male
[goos] /gus/ noun, plural geese for 1, 2, 4, 8; gooses for 5–7. 1. any of numerous wild or domesticated, web-footed swimming birds of the family Anatidae, especially of the genera Anser and Branta, most of which are larger and have a longer neck and legs than the ducks. 2. the female of this bird, […]
noun 1. See under 1 (def 1). [bahr-nuh-kuh l] /ˈbɑr nə kəl/ noun 1. any marine crustacean of the subclass Cirripedia, usually having a calcareous shell, being either stalked (goose barnacle) and attaching itself to ship bottoms and floating timber, or stalkless (rock barnacle or acorn barnacle) and attaching itself to rocks, especially in the […]
noun 1. an air base in S central Labrador, in Newfoundland, in E Canada, on the great circle route between New York and London: used as a fuel stop by some transatlantic airplanes.