goose

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Goose

Branta == Etymology == The word goose is a direct descendent of Proto-Indo-European root, *ghans-. In Germanic languages, the root gave Old English gōs with the plural gēs and gandres (becoming Modern English goose, geese, gander, and gosling respectively), New High German Gans, Gänse, and Ganter, and Old Norse gās. This term also gave Lithuan...
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goose

[n] - flesh of a goose (domestic or wild) 2. [n] - web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks
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Goose

• (n.) Any large web-footen bird of the subfamily Anserinae, and belonging to Anser, Branta, Chen, and several allied genera. See Anseres. • (n.) A silly creature; a simpleton. • (n.) Any large bird of other related families, resembling the common goose. • (n.) A game played with counters on a board divided into compartments, in...
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goose

noun web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks
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Goose

[nickname] Goose or the Goose is the nickname of: People: Other: ...
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Goose

Goose (gōs) noun ; plural Geese (gēs). [ Middle English gos , Anglo-Saxon gōs , plural gēs ; akin to D. & German gans , Icelandic gās , Danish gaas , Swedish gås , Russian guse . OIr.
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Goose

A goose was an old tailor's smoothing iron, so called on account of its handle being of a shape resembling a goose's neck.
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Goose

A set of highland bagpipes without the drones. Used to help learners get used to the bag once they have some experience on the chanter.
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Goose

a type of waterfowl; the female of the species is also referred to as a goose (the male is a gander)
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goose

ancient French board game, said to have been derived from the Greeks, which was popular in Europe at the end of the Middle Ages.
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Goose

Any of many species of fatty, web-footed wild or domesticated birds that are larger than ducks. The female is the 'goose,' the male is called the 'gander.' Roasted goose is traditional holiday fare in many European countries.
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goose

Any of several large aquatic birds belonging to the same family as ducks and swans. There are about 12 species, found in North America, Greenland, Europe, North Africa, and Asia north of the Himalayas. Both sexes are similar in appearance: they have short, webbed feet, placed nearer the front of the body than in other members of the family, and...
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goose

any of various large, heavy-bodied waterfowl intermediate in size and build between large ducks and the swans, especially those of the genera Anser ... [9 related articles]
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Goose

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Goose

Goose is a popular name for the Anscrinoe sub-family of water birds of the family Anatidae in which the beak is roughly conical in shape. Geese differ from ducks in the plumage of both sexes is generally similar, and they often form a strong and lasting pair bond. The male goose (a gander) assists in the nesting and the raring of the young, vigorou...
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Goose

Goose is slang for feeling, poking or pinching a persons bottom.
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goose

goose, common name for large wild and domesticated swimming birds related to the duck and the swan. Strictly speaking, the term goose is applied to the female and gander to the male. In North America the wild (or Canada) goose, Branta canadensis, is known by its honking call and by the migrating V-s...
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goose

Origin: OE. Gos, AS. Gs, pl. Gs; akin to D. & G. Gans, Icel. Gas, Dan. Gaas, Sw. Gs, Russ. Guse. OIr. Geiss, L. Anser, for hanser, Gr, Skr. Hamsa. Cf. Gander, Gannet, Ganza, Gosling. ... <zoology> ... 1. Any large web-footen bird of the subfamily Anserinae, and belonging to Anser, Branta, Chen, and several allied genera. See Anseres. ... ...
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