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gopher British & World English

A burrowing rodent with fur-lined pouches on the outside of the cheeks, found in North and Central America

gopher1 British & World English

A burrowing rodent with fur-lined pouches on the outside of the cheeks, found in North and Central America

gopher2 British & World English

variant spelling of gofer.

gofer British & World English

A person who runs errands, especially on a film set or in an office; a dogsbody

gopher in gofer British & World English

A person who runs errands, especially on a film set or in an office; a dogsbody

pocket gopher in gopher1 British & World English

A burrowing rodent with fur-lined pouches on the outside of the cheeks, found in North and Central America

Gopher in gopher1 British & World English

A menu-based system for Internet searching and document retrieval, largely superseded by the World Wide Web

gopher ball British & World English

A pitch that is hit for a home run

gopher wood British & World English

(In biblical use) the timber from which Noah’s ark was made, from an unidentified tree (Gen. 6:14)

gopher snake British & World English

A large harmless yellowish-cream snake with darker markings, native to western North America

Gopher State British & World English

informal name for Minnesota.

gopher tortoise in gopher1 British & World English

A tortoise of dry sandy regions that excavates tunnels as shelter from the sun, native to the southern US

blue gopher snake in gopher snake British & World English

another term for indigo snake.

blue gopher snake in indigo snake British & World English

A large harmless American snake that typically has bluish-black skin which may be patterned

gopher English-Spanish

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