Definition of goashore in US English:

goashore

(also go-ashore, go ashore)

noun

NZ
historical
  • A three-legged iron pot, often with two lugs by which it could be suspended, used as a boiler or for cooking.

Origin

Mid 19th century. Folk-etymological alteration of Maori kōhua kohua after go and ashore.

Pronunciation

goashore

/ˈɡəʊəˌʃɔː/