noun, plural go·bos, go·boes. Movies, Television.
Origin of gobo
Examples from the Web for gobo
Stay, I would give an order,'—and calling to Gobo, I ordered him to get the men ready for instant departure.
But the third, it was my friend Gobo, could not by any means get away.
Ever since I had prepared with all due solemnity to execute the rebellious Gobo they had conceived a great respect for me.
Gobo, poor fellow, required no second invitation; indeed, his haste was his undoing.
"I crave a thousand pardons, good Queen," begged Gobo, spreading out his arms in submission.The King of Gee-Whiz|Emerson Hough
British Dictionary definitions for gobo
noun plural -bos or -boes
Word Origin for gobo
Word Origin and History for gobo
1930, American English, Hollywood movie set slang, of unknown origin, perhaps somehow from go-between.