gook gook  /ˈɡʊk/


  1. (n) any thick, viscous matter
  2. (n) (slang) a disparaging term for an Asian person (especially for North Vietnamese soldiers in the Vietnam War)



  1. If you feel peckish, take the opportunity to graze at the dozens of food stalls; try mandu gook, a simple and savory dumpling soup, or bindae duk, a skillet-fried mung-bean pancake.
  2. When we got time, we send a party out to scour the road for vehicles, gook or otherwise.
  3. That sounds like alot of goobly-gook, and it is, because to actually explain my meaning would take many more paragraphs.


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  1. Southgate said: "The team is playing very well at the moment so I have got lots to think about. But it is great to have him. We need competition for places in all areas of the field and it is a great challenge for Dong Gook to come and try to play...
    on Feb 7, 2007 By: Gareth Southgate Source: Independent

  2. "I'll call right now my interrogator that tortured me and my friends a gook," McCain said in 2000, using a particularly offensive term for Asians. "You can quote me."
    on Sep 19, 2008 By: John McCain Source: New York Times

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