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October 19 at 12:30pm

Congratulations to the winners of the GOOSE at Festival des Libertés competition !!!
Vincent De Brabandere Charlotte Schelpe Katrien SteelsBart Van Gool​ An Goossens
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October 16 at 8:49am

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October 16 at 2:36am

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A Canadian goose.

A Canadian goose.

noun
  1. The definition of a goose is a water bird with a long neck and webbed feet.

    A female waterfowl with a long neck is an example of a goose.

verb
  1. To goose someone is defined as to pinch the person in the buttocks.

    When you pinch a girl's buttocks, this is an example of to goose.


goose

noun

pl.
  1. any of various long-necked, web-footed, wild or domestic waterfowl that are like ducks but larger; esp., a female as distinguished from a gander
  2. the flesh of a goose, used for food
  3. a silly person
  4. a tailor's pressing iron with a long handle curved somewhat like the neck of a goose
  5. Informal a sudden, playful prod in the backside

Origin of goose

Middle English gose from Old English gos, akin to Dutch and German gans, Old Norse gas from Indo-European an unverified form ?hans from source Classical Latin anser; goosetransitive verb probably for the fact that geese sometimes attack children from the rear

transitive verb

goosed, goos′ing
  1. to prod suddenly and playfully in the backside so as to startle
  2. to feed gasoline to (an engine) in irregular spurts
  3. to prod, or stir, into action
goose Idioms

cook someone's goose

Informal to spoil someone's chances, hopes, etc.

goose

noun

pl. geese,
  1. a. Any of various wild or domesticated waterbirds of the family Anatidae, and especially of the genera Anser, Branta, and Chen, characteristically having a shorter neck than that of a swan and a shorter, more pointed bill than that of a duck.
    b. The female of such a bird.
    c. The flesh of such a bird used as food.
  2. Informal A silly person.
  3. pl. goos·es A tailor's pressing iron with a long curved handle.
  4. Slang A poke, prod, or pinch between or on the buttocks.

transitive verb

goosed, goos·ing, goos·es Slang
  1. To poke, prod, or pinch (a person) between or on the buttocks.
  2. To move to action; spur: goosed the governor to sign the tax bill.
  3. To give a spurt of fuel to (a car, for example); cause to accelerate quickly: “The pilot goosed his craft, powering away” ( Nicholas Proffitt )

Origin of goose

Middle English goos from Old English gōs ; see ghans- in Indo-European roots.


goose

Noun

(plural geese)

  1. Any of various grazing waterfowl of the family Anatidae, bigger than a duck
    There is a flock of geese on the pond.
  2. The flesh of the goose used as food.
  3. (slang) A stupid person
  4. (archaic) A tailor's iron, heated in live coals or embers, used to press fabrics.
  5. (South Africa, slang, dated) A young woman or girlfriend.
Usage notes
  1. A male goose is called a gander. A young goose is a gosling.
  2. A group of geese can be called a gaggle when they are on the ground or in the water, and a skein or a wedge when they are in flight.
Verb

(third-person singular simple present gooses, present participle goosing, simple past and past participle goosed)

  1. (slang) To sharply poke or pinch someone's buttocks. Derived from a goose's inclination to bite at a retreating intruder's hindquarters.
  2. To stimulate, to spur.
  3. (slang) To gently accelerate an automobile or machine, or give repeated small taps on the accelerator.
  4. (British slang) Of private-hire taxi drivers, to pick up a passenger who has not pre-booked a cab. This is unauthorised under UK licensing conditions.
Origin

From Middle English goos, gos, from Old English gōs, from Proto-Germanic *gans, from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰans- (compare West Frisian goes, North Frisian göis (also Fering-Öömrang dialect gus; Sölring dialect guus; Heligoland dialect gus), Low German Goos, Gans, Dutch gans, German Gans, Danish gås, Swedish gås, Norwegian gås, Icelandic gæs, Irish , Latin ānser, Latvian zùoss, Russian гусь (gus'), Albanian gatë, Ancient Greek χήν (chén), Avestan (zā), Sanskrit हंस (haṃsa)).


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Dutch gans, German Gans, Danish gås, Swedish gås, Norwegian gås, Icelandic gæs, Irish , Latin ānser, Latvian zùoss, Russian гусь (gus'), Albanian gatë, Ancient Greek χήν (chén), Avestan (zā), Sanskrit हंस (haṃsa)).


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