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Definition of goomba

goomba

noun

  • a friend. Commonly used by mobsters particularly of Italian and Sicilian origin.
    You're my goomba.

    Last edited on Apr 30 2013. Submitted by Sal J. from Monterey, CA, USA on Mar 04 2006.

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