goo


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goo

 (go͞o)
n. Informal
1. A sticky wet viscous substance.
2. Sentimental drivel.

[Perhaps short for burgoo.]

goo

(ɡuː)
n
1. a sticky or viscous substance
2. coy or sentimental language or ideas
[C20: of uncertain origin]

goo

(gu)

n. Informal.
1. a thick or sticky substance.
2. maudlin sentimentality.
[1910–15, Amer.; perhaps short for burgoo]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.goo - any thick, viscous mattergoo - any thick, viscous matter    
matter - that which has mass and occupies space; "physicists study both the nature of matter and the forces which govern it"
sapropel - sludge (rich in organic matter) that accumulates at the bottom of lakes or oceans

goo

noun gunge, ooze, sludge, slime, gunk, crud, gloop a sticky goo of pineapple and coconut
Translations

goo

[guː] N
1. (= substance) why do you put all that goo on your face?¿por qué te pones tanto mejunje en la cara?
the rice had turned into a heap of gooel arroz quedó hecho un mazacote
2. (fig) (= sentimentality) → lenguaje m sentimental, sentimentalismo m

goo

[ˈguː] npâte f visqueuse

goo

n (inf: = sticky stuff) → Papp m (inf), → Schmiere f (inf); (fig, = sentimentality) → Schmalz m (inf)

goo

[guː] n (fam) → sostanza appiccicosa
References in classic literature ?
"He don' know I'm damn goo' f'ler," cried he, dismally.
"Das ri', I'm damn goo' f'ler an' w'en anyone trea's me ri', I treats zem ri'!
"I'm damn goo' f'ler, an' w'en anyone trea's me ri', I allus trea's--le's have nozzer drink."
But the rest was on hand, and so they all come and shook hands with the king and thanked him and talked to him; and then they shook hands with the duke and didn't say nothing, but just kept a-smiling and bobbing their heads like a passel of sapheads whilst he made all sorts of signs with his hands and said "Goo-goo -- goo-goo- goo" all the time, like a baby that can't talk.
"Now take up that basket, and goo on to Marlott, and when you've come to The Pure Drop Inn, tell 'em to send a horse and carriage to me immed'ately, to carry me hwome.
He says, `Yo goo'-- that's just as good as `You go.'"
All the horses bred here, both tam and wild, are rather small-sized, though generally in goo condition; and they have lost so much strength, that the are unfit to be used in taking wild cattle with the lazo: i consequence, it is necessary to go to the great expense o importing fresh horses from the Plata.
'Goo! What a hole!' she said, eyeing the unconscious village morosely.
The Goo Johnny "Last year, I joined forces with a new company," he recalls.
Another wrote, "Remember the words of your grandma and live well Goo Hara!
'Fong Goo!' 'Down at the hairdresser's,' Tina interjected, 'Alfonso was telling me all about Fong Goo.
On Saturday, Goo was admitted to the hospital for treatment after the incident.