Meaning of goosegog in English:

goosegog

noun

informal British
  • A gooseberry.

    • ‘Tip handfuls of pale, hard goosegogs into a stainless steel pan and sprinkle them generously with unrefined golden sugar and a few good shakes of water - just enough to stop the fruit sticking.’
    • ‘The wine has all the usual varietal characteristics; elderflower aromas with flavours of goosegog and lime.’

Pronunciation

goosegog

/ˈɡʊzɡɒɡ/ /ˈɡuːsɡɒɡ/

Origin

Early 19th century humorous alteration, gog being an altered form of gob.