[goi-uh; Spanish gaw-yah] /ˈgɔɪ ə; Spanish ˈgɔ yɑ/
[fran-sis-koh duh;; Spanish frahn-thees-kaw de,, -sees-] /frænˈsɪs koʊ də;; Spanish frɑnˈθis kɔ dɛ,, -ˈsis-/ (Show IPA), (Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes) 1746–1828, Spanish painter.
/ˈɡɔɪə; Spanish ˈɡoja/
Francisco de (franˈθisko de), full name Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes. 1746–1828, Spanish painter and etcher; well known for his portraits, he became court painter to Charles IV of Spain (1799). He recorded the French invasion of Spain in a series of etchings The Disasters of War (1810–14) and two paintings 2 May 1808 and 3 May 1808 (1814)
[goi-uh n] /ˈgɔɪ ən/ noun 1. (Charles) William, 1915–83, U.S. novelist and playwright. 2. Jan van [yahn vahn] /yɑn vɑn/ (Show IPA), 1596–1656, Dutch painter. /ˈɡɔɪən/ noun 1. Jan Josephszoon van (dʒæn ˈdʒəʊzɪfsˌzʊn væn). 1596–1656, Dutch landscape painter and etcher
[goi] /gɔɪ/ noun, plural goyim, gois. 1. . [goi] /gɔɪ/ noun, plural goyim [goi-im] /ˈgɔɪ ɪm/ (Show IPA), goys. Usually Disparaging. 1. a term used by a Jew to refer to someone who is not Jewish. 2. a term used by an observant Jew to refer to a Jew who is not religious or is […]
[goi-ish] /ˈgɔɪ ɪʃ/ adjective, Usually Disparaging. 1. being, pertaining to, or characteristic of a goy or goys: explaining Passover to my goyish boss; a goyish version of chicken soup.
[goz-uh l] /ˈgɒz əl/ noun, South Midland and Southern U.S. 1. the throat; gullet.