Goober

(Arachis) Arachis hypogaea is the botanical name for the Peanut. The Peanut, also called Goober and Groundnut, is a frost-tender annual native to Brazil. Once mainly a warm climate crop, they have gained popularity in home gardens because early-maturing varieties with large seeds have been developed. These attractive plants are neat and resemble cl...
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Goober

Goo'ber noun A peanut. [ Southern U. S.]
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Goober

• (n.) A peanut.
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Goober

[brand] Goober is a combination of peanut butter and jelly in a single jar. It is sold in North America, the UK and Singapore and is named after a North American name for the peanut, which comes from the Gullah word for peanut, guber. Goober was introduced by The J.M. Smucker Company under the Smucker`s brand. It consists of alternating ver...
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goober

goober: see peanut.
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Goober

Goober is American slang for a spot or pimple.
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goober

possibly from Bantu (Kikongo and Kimbundu nguba)
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