Definition of goolie in English:

goolie

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Pronunciation: /ˈɡuːli/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

(also gooly)

noun (plural goolies)

1 (usually goolies) British vulgar slang A testicle.
2Australian /NZ informal A stone or pebble.

Origin

1930s (in sense 1): apparently of Indian origin; compare with Hindi golī 'bullet, ball, pill'. sense 2 is possibly from an Aboriginal language of New South Wales.

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