the numeral zero, often used to indicate the failure of a team to score in a game or unit of a game:
a pitchers’ duel, with nothing but goose eggs on the scoreboard.
a lump raised by a blow, especially on the head.
Zero; nothing; a score of zero; zilch: My contribution appears to have been a great big goose egg (1866+ Baseball)
Zero, nothing, especially a score of zero. For example, Our team did badly, earning goose egg, or My income from writing this year was goose egg. This expression is an Americanization of the earlier British duck’s egg. [ Mid-1800s ]
[goos-fish] /ˈgusˌfɪʃ/ noun, plural (especially collectively) goosefish (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) goosefishes. 1. (def 3). /ˈɡuːsˌfɪʃ/ noun (pl) -fish, -fishes 1. (US) another name for monkfish (sense 1)
noun 1. a rough condition of the skin, resembling that of a plucked goose, induced by cold or fear; horripilation.
[goos-foo t] /ˈgusˌfʊt/ noun, plural goosefoots. 1. any of numerous, often weedy plants of the genus Chenopodium, having inconspicuous greenish flowers. /ˈɡuːsˌfʊt/ noun (pl) -foots 1. any typically weedy chenopodiaceous plant of the genus Chenopodium, having small greenish flowers and leaves shaped like a goose’s foot See also Good King Henry, fat hen
noun 1. formerly, the plant family Chenopodiaceae, characterized by often weedy herbaceous plants and shrubs having simple, usually alternate leaves, small and inconspicuous flowers, and tiny, dry fruit, and including the beet, glasswort, goosefoot, Russian thistle, saltbush, and spinach; now part of the amaranth family, Amaranthaceae.