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An egg or eggs, usually when offered as food to a child. In widespread use: Come on, eat up your googy-eggs.

Editor's comments: "Goog", "googy", "googy-egg" - which one do you use, and where?

Contributor's comments: [Adelaide informant] goog and googy.

Contributor's comments: "goog" or "googy egg" is also used in Perth.

Contributor's comments: My family in Sydney used all three words.

Contributor's comments: Full as a goog - meaning you can't eat any more, you feel full. Not sure where eggs come into it though. My grandmother used to use this.

Contributor's comments: I'd only ever use goog or googs. 'Coupla fried googs for brekkie, love?' [I'm from SA]