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goat an animal with hooves, hollow horns, and rough hair. Goats are mammals that are raised for their milk, wool, and meat. They are closely related to sheep.
goatee a small pointed beard on a man's chin that looks like the beard of a goat.
go back on to take back.
gobble1 to eat in a fast, greedy, and sometimes noisy way.
gobble2 to make a sound like that of a turkey. [2 definitions]
Gobi Desert a large, very dry region in northern China and southwestern Mongolia.
goblet a drinking glass with a stem and base, used mainly for wine.
goblin a small, ugly creature in fairy tales that does evil or mischief to humans.
god a being that is worshipped and believed to have special powers over nature or life. The ancient Greeks and Romans believed in the existence of many gods and goddesses. [2 definitions]
goddess a female god.
godfather a male godparent.
godmother a female godparent.
godparent an adult who promises at a child's baptism to take on certain responsibilities for the child.
go Dutch (informal) to go on an outing or order a meal, with each person paying his or her own share.
goes the present tense of go.
goggles a special pair of glasses with a secure frame that one wears over one's eyes to protect them from harsh or dangerous things, such as dust, wind, sparks, or hazardous chemicals.
gold a soft, heavy, yellow metal that is one of the chemical elements. It is often combined with other metals to make it harder and stronger. Gold is very valuable. (symbol: Au) [7 definitions]
golden having a shiny, deep yellow color. [3 definitions]
goldenrod a plant with small, yellow flowers on top of tall, stiff stems. It blooms in late summer or early fall.
goldfinch a small finch with yellow and black markings, found in North America, Europe, and Asia.
goldfish a small fish that lives in fresh water. Goldfish are usually yellow or orange and are often kept in ponds or aquariums.