A term of endearment used in place of a person's real name. It is a nickname.

A goober is a loveable goofball who is incredibly well meaning and extremely attractive.

Their good natures make them totally fun and irresistible.
Goober is a new form of AWESOME.
"I was talking to Tony today, and I can't believe how much of a Goober he is!"
por Awesome-One 24 de Maio de 2012
10 Words related to goober
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basically a goober is just a kindhearted, rather oblivious goofball. it's term of endearment really. it comes from the ancient scottish verb "to goub", which has to do with doing a dance and smiling sheepishly while doing so, exposing the goubs in one's teeth.
"That John is such a goober," said Jane as John vector-danced* his Junior Prom away.

*footnote: the vector dance involves angling one's arms to form angles and vectors and pumping them back and forth to music. basically, it's geeky as hell. but completely sexy.
por Parker. 05 de Junho de 2004
noun, a term of affection for a lovable, silly, lighthearted person. Always easy to poke fun at without actually meaning harm.
Person 1: Daisy is such a goober.
Person 2: But that is why we all love her.
por Goobcity 18 de Janeiro de 2015
A peanut boiled in-the-shell in salty water. One often finds such peanuts for sale at roadside stands in the deep South.
Hey, let's stop and get some goobers.
por charlesastone 04 de Novembro de 2008
Person who wears socks to bed
Dan is a goober.
por binsyy 15 de Outubro de 2014
A precious girl that is prestigious person/thing
My girlfriend is my goober
por KiD K 21 de Fevereiro de 2015
(n) In short, an extremely bookish, nerdy, or geeky person, particularly if they dress in a ridiculous or unfashionable way.

See also: Uber Goober
"That guy's a real Goober."
"It's GOOBER time!"

Jay Leno
por midgetben 11 de Agosto de 2005

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