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goose

  (go͞os) n. pl. geese (gēs) 1. a. Any of various wild or domesticated waterbirds of the family Anatidae, and especially of the genera Anser, Branta, and Chen, characteristically having a shorter neck than that of a swan and a shorter, more pointed bill than that of a duck. b. The female of such a bird. c. The flesh of such a bird used as food. 2. Informal A silly person. 3. pl. goos·es A tailor's pressing iron with a long curved handle. 4. Slang A poke, prod, or pinch between or on the buttocks. tr.v. goosed, goos·ing, goos·es Slang 1. To poke, prod, or pinch (a person) between or on the buttocks. 2. To move to action; spur: goosed the governor to sign the tax bill. 3. To give a spurt of fuel to (a car, for example); cause to accelerate quickly: "The pilot goosed his craft, powering away" (Nicholas Proffitt). [Middle English goos , from Old English gōs ; see ghans- in Indo-European roots .]

goose

( ɡuːs ) n , pl geese ( ɡiːs ) pl gooses 1. (Animals) any of various web-footed long-necked birds of the family Anatidae: order Anseriformes. They are typically larger and less aquatic than ducks and are gregarious and migratory. See also brent goose , barnacle goose , greylag , snow goose 2. (Animals) the female of such a bird, as opposed to the male (gander) 3. informal a silly person 4. (Knitting & Sewing) a pressing iron with a long curving handle, used esp by tailors 5. (Cookery) the flesh of the goose, used as food 6. all his geese are swans he constantly exaggerates the importance of a person or thing 7. cook someone's goose informal a. to spoil someone's plans b. to bring about someone's ruin, downfall, etc 8. kill the goose that lays the golden eggs to sacrifice future benefits for the sake of momentary present needs. See also golden goose [Old English gōs; related to Old Norse gās, Old High German gans, Old Irish gēiss swan, Greek khēn, Sanskrit hainsas ]

goose

( ɡuːs ) vb ( tr ) to prod (a person) playfully in the behind n , pl gooses a playful prod in the behind [C19: from goose 1 , probably from a comparison with the jabbing of a goose's bill]

goose

(gus)

n., pl. geese for 1, 2, 4, 8, 9; goos•es for 5–7; n. 1. any of numerous wild or domesticated web-footed swimming birds of the family Anatidae, esp. of the genera Anser and Branta, most of which are larger and have a longer neck and legs than the ducks. 2. the female of this bird (disting. from gander ). 3. the flesh of a goose, used as food. 4. a silly or foolish person; simpleton. 5. Slang. a. a poke between the buttocks to startle. b. something that energizes or rouses; a prod. 6. a tailor's smoothing iron with a curved handle. v.t. 7. to poke between the buttocks to startle. 8. a. to prod or urge to action or reaction. b. to add strength, vigor, numbers, etc., to (often fol. by up ). Idioms: cook someone's goose, Informal. to ruin someone's chances or future. Slang. [before 1000; Middle English gose, goos, Old English gōs (pl. gēs ), c. Old Frisian, Middle Low German gōs, Middle Dutch, Old High German gans, Old Norse gās; akin to Skt haṅsa, Greek chḗn, Latin ānser ]

goose


Past participle: goosed
Gerund: goosing

Imperative goose goose Present I goose you goose he/she/it gooses we goose you goose they goose Preterite I goosed you goosed he/she/it goosed we goosed you goosed they goosed Present Continuous I am goosing you are goosing he/she/it is goosing we are goosing you are goosing they are goosing Present Perfect I have goosed you have goosed he/she/it has goosed we have goosed you have goosed they have goosed Past Continuous I was goosing you were goosing he/she/it was goosing we were goosing you were goosing they were goosing Past Perfect I had goosed you had goosed he/she/it had goosed we had goosed you had goosed they had goosed Future I will goose you will goose he/she/it will goose we will goose you will goose they will goose Future Perfect I will have goosed you will have goosed he/she/it will have goosed we will have goosed you will have goosed they will have goosed Future Continuous I will be goosing you will be goosing he/she/it will be goosing we will be goosing you will be goosing they will be goosing Present Perfect Continuous I have been goosing you have been goosing he/she/it has been goosing we have been goosing you have been goosing they have been goosing Future Perfect Continuous I will have been goosing you will have been goosing he/she/it will have been goosing we will have been goosing you will have been goosing they will have been goosing Past Perfect Continuous I had been goosing you had been goosing he/she/it had been goosing we had been goosing you had been goosing they had been goosing Conditional I would goose you would goose he/she/it would goose we would goose you would goose they would goose Past Conditional I would have goosed you would have goosed he/she/it would have goosed we would have goosed you would have goosed they would have goosed Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1. goose - web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks anseriform bird - chiefly web-footed swimming birds Anatidae , family Anatidae - swimming birds having heavy short-legged bodies and bills with a horny tip: swans; geese; ducks gosling - young goose gander - mature male goose Anser cygnoides , Chinese goose - very large wild goose of northeast Asia; interbreeds freely with the greylag Anser anser , graylag , graylag goose , greylag , greylag goose - common grey wild goose of Europe; ancestor of many domestic breeds blue goose , Chen caerulescens - North American wild goose having dark plumage in summer but white in winter brant , brant goose , brent , brent goose - small dark geese that breed in the north and migrate southward Branta canadensis , Canada goose , Canadian goose , honker - common greyish-brown wild goose of North America with a loud, trumpeting call barnacle goose , Branta leucopsis , barnacle - European goose smaller than the brant; breeds in the far north goose down - down of the goose goose - flesh of a goose (domestic or wild) gaggle - a flock of geese 2. goose - a man who is a stupid incompetent fool goose - a man who is a stupid incompetent fool bozo , cuckoo , fathead , goof , goofball , jackass , twat , zany fool , muggins , saphead , tomfool , sap - a person who lacks good judgment 3. goose - flesh of a goose (domestic or wild) goose - web-footed long-necked typically gregarious migratory aquatic birds usually larger and less aquatic than ducks poultry - flesh of chickens or turkeys or ducks or geese raised for food Verb 1. goose - pinch in the buttocks; "he goosed the unsuspecting girl" nip , pinch , tweet , twinge , twitch , squeeze - squeeze tightly between the fingers; "He pinched her behind"; "She squeezed the bottle" 2. goose - prod into action egg on , prod , incite - urge on; cause to act; "The other children egged the boy on, but he did not want to throw the stone through the window" 3. goose - give a spurt of fuel to; "goose the car" pump - operate like a pump; move up and down, like a handle or a pedal; "pump the gas pedal"

goose

noun Related words
adjectives anserine , anserous
male gander
young gosling
collective nouns gaggle , skein

goose

noun Informal. One deficient in judgment and good sense: ass , fool , idiot , imbecile , jackass , mooncalf , moron , nincompoop , ninny , nitwit , simple , simpleton , softhead , tomfool . Informal: dope , gander . Slang: cretin , ding-dong , dip , goof , jerk , nerd , schmo , schmuck , turkey . Translations إِوَزَّة إوَزَّه، وَزَّه husa gås Gans χήνα ansero ganso oca hani غاز hanhi oie guska libalúd angsa gæs oca sciocco stupido ferro da stiro marciare col passo dell'oca ガチョウ 거위 žąsisjis ir musės nenuskriausžąsies oda zoss gans gås gęś ganso gansa гусь hus gos гуска gås ห่าน kaz гуска con ngỗng

goose

[guːs] (geese ( pl )) A. N ( domestic ) → ganso/a m/f , oca f ; ( wild ) → ánsar m
to cook sb's goose → hacer la santísima a algn
to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs → matar la gallina de los huevos de oro B. VT (= prod ) → meter mano a C. CPD goose bumps NPL = gooseflesh goose pimples NPL = gooseflesh

goose

[ˈguːs] [ geese ] [ˈgiːs] ( pl ) n (= bird ) → oie f

goose

n pl <geese> (lit, inf) → Gans f ; silly little goose! (inf) → dummes Gänschen ! (inf) ; all his geese are swans → bei ihm ist immer alles besser ; to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs → das Huhn schlachten , das die goldenen Eier legt vt (inf) → einen Klaps auf den Hintern geben (+dat) (inf)

goose

: goose bumps pl , goose flesh n → Gänsehaut f gooseneck lamp n → Bogenleuchte f goose pimples pl (Brit) → Gänsehaut f goose step n → Stechschritt m goose-step vi → im Stechschritt marschieren

goose

[guːs] n (geese ( pl )) → oca
the goose that lays the golden eggs → la gallina dalle uova d'oro
don't be such a goose! ( fam ) → non essere così stupido !

goose

( guːs ) – plural geese (giːs) – noun a web-footed animal like a duck, but larger. The farmer's wife keeps geese. gans إوَزَّه، وَزَّه гъска ganso husa die Gans gås χήνα ganso hani غاز hanhi oie אווז हंस guska liba angsa gæs oca がちょう 거위 žąsis zoss angsa gans gås gęś غاز،قاز ganso gâscă гусь hus gos guska gås ห่าน kaz 鵝 гуска; гусак بط ngỗng 鹅 ˈgoose-flesh noun , ˈgoosepimples , ( American ) ˈgoosebumps noun plural small bumps on the skin caused by cold or fear. قَشْعَريرَه arrepio die Gänsehaut gåsehud ανατριχίλα piel de gallina kananahk kananliha chair de poule merinding gæsahúð pelle d'oca 鳥肌 (추위로 생기는) 소름 þàsies oda zosāda kippenvel gåsehud gęsia skórka په مخ باندي كوچني بخارونه pele de galinha piele de găină мурашки husia koža kurja polt gåshud อาการขนลุก ürpermiş/diken diken olmuş deri 雞皮疙瘩 鸡皮疙瘩 he etc wouldn't say boo to a goose he etc is very timid. جَبان não mataria uma mosca je to strašpytel äußerst furchtsam ikke gøre en kat fortræd είναι πολύ ντροπαλός es un miedica ta kardab oma varjugi arkajalka c'est une poule mouillée pemalu meinlaus; feiminn, óframfærinn e' buono come il pane おくびょうな 매우 수줍어 하다 jis ir pan. ir musės nenuskriaus viņš nevar pat mušu no deguna nodzīt hij etc brengt nog geen muis aan het schrikken ikke gjøre en katt fortred شرمندوك não mataria uma mosca el este un găgăuţă он и мухи не обидит je to strachopud nikomur ne bi skrivil lasu inte våga tala för sig ขี้ขลาด çok çekingen, utangaç , kimsenin tavuğuna kış diyemez 非常膽小的 胆小的

goose

→ إِوَزَّة husa gås Gans χήνα ganso , oca hanhi oie guska oca ガチョウ 거위 gans gås gęś ganso гусь gås ห่าน kaz con ngỗng 鹅

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Goose Pond Reservation
Lee, MA
112 acres
Bird Watching Hunting Mountain Biking Not Permitted Swimming Sailing/Boating Fishing Picnicking Dog Walking Not Permitted Canoeing/Kayaking Difficult Access
  • About Goose Pond Reservation
  • Regulations & Advisories
  • Directions & Contact Info
  • Admissions & Fees
  • History
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Conservation & Stewardship
  • Maps & Resources
  • Planning Your Visit
  • Tell Us About Your Visit

About Goose Pond Reservation

Paddle across Lower Goose Pond, a mountain lake anchored by steep ridgelines that also support a remote section of the 2,100-mile Appalachian Trail.

What makes Goose Pond a special place?
Goose Pond Reservation is managed as a wilderness area, protecting more than a quarter-mile of rocky shoreline that rises nearly 300 feet to a ridge top at 1,753 feet. The mountain lake and its surrounding forest are adjacent to conservation land owned and managed by the National Park Service and crossed by the Appalachian Trail. Access is challenging along its rocky shoreline and there are no formal trails.

Boaters can launch from a ramp on Cooper Creek Road.

Trails
Access is difficult along the reservation’s rocky shoreline, and there are no trails. Strenuous hiking, if attempted.

When to Visit
Open year-round, daily, sunrise to sunset. Allow a minimum of 1 hour upon arrival.

Facilities
Boat ramp

Regulations & Advisories

  • Access is difficult along the reservation’s rocky shoreline, and there are no trails. Strenuous hiking, if attempted.

  • Canoe and kayak landing only. Please do not attempt to access Goose Pond Reservation from any local roads. Access is only by boat.

  • Seasonal hunting is permitted at this property subject to all state and town laws. Wear bright colors if coming ashore during the November - December deer hunting season; avoid wearing or carrying anything that is white. 

  • Dogs are not allowed on the reservation.

The Trustees reserves the right to photograph or video visitors and program participants for promotional use, and usage of our properties implies consent. Find the full policy here.

Directions

Access via boat ramp on Ridge Street
Lee, MA 01238
Telephone: 413.298.3239
E-mail: westregion@thetrustees.org

Latitude: 42.274417
Longitude: -73.200889

Get directions on Google Maps.

From Mass Turnpike, take Exit 2 onto Route 20 East and follow for 0.8 miles. Turn right onto Forest Street and follow for 1.5 miles. Forest Street becomes Goose Pond Road. Follow Goose Pond Road 0.4 miles to Ridge Street on left. Follow Ridge Street 0.2 miles to public boat ramp at southern end of Lower Goose Pond. Park in the boat ramp parking area and put in there.

Once on the pond, travel north to the end of Lower Goose Pond. The reservation is on the left (north) bank and is the only continuous stretch of undeveloped shoreline. The reservation may only be accessed by canoe or kayak from the shoreline; note that the shoreline is very rocky, and it may be difficult to go ashore.

Please do not attempt to access Goose Pond Reservation from any local roads. Access is only by boat.

Admission

When to Visit
Open year-round, daily, sunrise to sunset. Allow a minimum of one hour (upon arrival).

Admission
Free to all.

Fees and Permits
Seasonal hunting is permitted at this property subject to all state and town laws. Learn more about hunting on Trustees properties.

Property History

Property Acquisition History
Gift of Professor and Mrs. Henry W. Smith in 1986.

Conservation and Stewardship

Management Planning for Our Properties
 


Since 1891, The Trustees of Reservations have worked to protect special places in Massachusetts and maintain them to the highest standards. To ensure these standards are met, a program of careful planning and sound management is essential. Comprehensive property management plans are created for each reservation and are completely updated approximately every ten years. We often work with volunteers, property users, and members of the community to carry out this planning, which typically involves several steps:
 


  • Describing in detail the site’s natural, scenic, and historical resources; identifying management issues related to the protection of those resources. 

  • Describing how visitors use the property; outlining the opportunities that the property provides for people to become involved in the work of conservation and caring for their community.

  • Developing a detailed list of management recommendations, a work plan, and a description of financial needs for implementing the actions.

  • Developing a prescribed routine management program for the reservation that will guide staff work plans, volunteer involvement, and the allocation of human and financial resources.


View Goose Pond management plan.

Maps and Resources

At present, a downloadable trail map is not available for Goose Pond Reservation.



Planning Your Visit

Before You Go
We encourage you to visit as many Trustees properties as you can.

Wherever your travels take you, please observe all posted regulations, follow special instructions from property staff, and keep in mind the Stewardship Code:

  • Protect wildlife and plants.
  • Guard against all risk of fire.
  • Help keep air and water clean.
  • Carry out what you carry in.
  • Use marked footpaths and bridle paths.
  • Leave livestock, crops, and machinery alone.
  • Respect the privacy of neighboring land.
  • Enjoy and share the landscape with others.

Click on links below for further visitor information:

Before Setting Out

Enjoying Trustees Reservations

Safety

About Hunting on Trustees of Reservations Land

Tell Us What You Think

We’d love to hear about your visit! Here are three easy ways to let us know what you think:

  1. Take our visitor survey. If you have a question for us, you can ask us in the survey and we’ll get back to you.

  2. Post a comment about your visit on our Facebook page.

  3. Share your experiences with other visitors on our website. Simply fill out the form below, and we’ll post your comment right here on this page.