from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A companion or associate, especially an older friend who acts as a patron, protector, or adviser.
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- n. A person of Italian descent.
- n. A companion, pal, close friend, or associate, used especially among Italian-American men. It sometimes has the connotation of an older friend who acts as a patron, protector or adviser.
- n. Alternative form of gumbe, a Jamaican drum.
That is entirely unlikely if not impossible for a organization that is ripe with gross corruption and lack of moral and ethical principles. melvin goombah
I didn't use 'goombah' as a slur: Few people have more connections to Italy or ...
Even better, is it now OK to call Giuliani "compare" (Italian for 'goombah')? "
Jersey Shore could simply be receiving place in any series of towns as well as villages a stones throw from my hometown of Babylon - as well as a most viral shave from a uncover stars a violent goombah bully sort from a single of a subsequent towns over, Deer Park.
A goombah from the old days plays host and takes the two to dinner whereupon Paulie starts reliving the past, talking up the war stories about bustin' heads, and busty blondes.
His father, a self-described“goombah” who worked as a stonemason, broke out laughing, and Carmen never looked back.
She has a gaudy new mansion, pricey breast implants and spends thousands of dollars on shopping sprees for her spoiled brats -- but a New Jersey reality star and her goombah hubby are real-life deadbeats who owe $11 million, court records show.
As Spooky was beginning to cast the circle, some swamp-yankee goombah with a camera wandered up wanting to know what we were doing.
Nolan, this eccentric and dumber than a sack of hammers cat trust me, he is is still, at the end of the day, a big loveable goombah.
This stinks on ice and i dont know squat about it, that's how much it smells. trust the ol' goombah on this one, we know shakedowns. and this IS one.
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