noun, plural (especially collectively) go·by, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) go·bies.
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Nature seems to have made the goby in one of her most freakish moods.
In the Shat-el-Arab, which is wholly within the influence of the tides, there is a species of goby, which is amphibious.
He hastened into the carriage-path, following the footprints made by the trio from Goby House.The ghosts of their ancestors|Weymer Jay Mills
In Goby's train was his fervent admirer and inseparable young friend, Clarence Hoby.The Newcomes|William Makepeace Thackeray
Drag′onet, a little dragon: a genus of fishes of the goby family; Drag′on-fly, an insect with a long body and brilliant colours.