or go-fer, go·pher
- goethe, johann wolfgang von,
- gog and magog
Origin of gofer
Examples from the Web for gofer
I was the gofer guy who made $285 a week cleaning toilets.
"Henry Hill was a just a gofer," remembers veteran crime reporter Pileggi.
Dougherty got his start in the news business as a gofer on The Washington Post sports desk in the 1970s.
A relic of old times is found in the custom at Newark known as “Ringing for Gofer.”The Great North Road: London to York|Charles G. Harper
Word Origin for gofer
"errand-runner," 1956, American English coinage from go for (coffee, spare parts, etc.), with a pun on gopher.