- Noun. The testicles. Originates from the Indian army during the 1800s and the Hindi goli, meaning a pellet or ball.
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goolies — UK [ˈɡuːliz] US [ˈɡuliz] noun [plural] british very informal testicles Thesaurus: sex and reproductive organshyponym … Useful english dictionary
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goolies — n pl British the testicles. In northern Indian lan guages gooli means pellet or pill. The word was picked up by British colonial troops at the turn of the 20th century as a euphemism for testicle. This sense was reinforced by a more circuitous… … Contemporary slang
goolies — the testicles If Eric Partridge had served in India rather than on the Western Front, he might have known that the derivation both of the game of marbles, gully, and of this euphemistic use came from the Hindi goli, a ball: Then when he … How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms
goolies — n. (Slang) testiclesn. (British Slang) stone; testicle … English contemporary dictionary
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