One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
An egg.‘we have free range googies’
- ‘I had my usual couple of googies on toast.’
- ‘The hens scratch away in their corner, recycling all the household scraps into lovely fresh googies.’
- ‘Forr the next few days there was some intensive egg-eating to work through the googie surfeit.’
- ‘Look at that beautiful soft boiled googie in my ramen.’
- ‘Give me your best tips, timing, tricks for the ultimate soft boiled googies.’
Late 19th century: Scots and dialect, from Scots dialect goggie, child's word for an egg.
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