- Rhymes: -uː
Etymology 1American English, known since 1903, probably from burgoo (1787) "thick porridge" ; possibly an alteration of glue
- In the context of "uncountable|informal": Any semi-solid or liquid substance; especially one
that is sticky, gummy or slippery; frequently of vague
or unknown composition, or a bodily fluid.
- I stepped in some goo and had a terrible time getting the sticky stuff off my shoes.
- excessive, showy sentimentality
- Dutch: stroperigheid
- To apply goo to something.
- They gooed their hair with some fragrant styling product.
- An example of baby talk.
- The infant's goos and gahs were endearing.
- To produce baby talk.
- The baby gooed, causing the parents to make sappy faces at it.
- the board game go
Goo is a term for a slimy, shapeless mass.
Goo may also refer to:
GOO may refer to:
goo in Esperanto: GOO
goo in Italian: GOO
goo in Japanese: グー
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