goomer


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gomer

1. slang Someone who is unsophisticated and/or cloddish. Refers to Gomer Pyle, a character on The Andy Griffith Show who exhibited such traits. Did he really wear cut-off shorts to that fancy restaurant? What a gomer.
2. slang A hospital patient who annoys or frustrates doctors, as due to frequent and varied medical complaints. Ugh, that guy's a real gomer—what does he claim is making him sick today?

gomer

(ˈgomɚ)
1. n. a stupid oaf; a social reject. (From the television character Gomer Pyle.) Who’s that gomer in the overalls?
2. and goomer (ˈgumɚ) n. a person unwelcome in a hospital. (Supposedly an acronym for Get out of my emergency room.) I don’t want that goomer back in the emergency room.

goomer

verb
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Goomer got his hat-trick in the 63rd minute and W McClome finished them off with the final goal in the 75th minute.
Sogedasa is now in production on its flagship animation project, the half-hour English-language series "Goomer," based on the comic-book adventures of an intergalactic truck driver.
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"Goomer" cartoonist Ricardo Martinez published in "The Miami Herald"; Jose Luis Feito and Carlos Varela, the director and animation director on "Goomer" have, similarly, U.S.
With animation figuring as Spain's most reliable film and TV export, Filmax-Sogedasa regards "Goomer" as its flagship production and a ready means into international markets such as cable TV in the U.S.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS "Goomer," an intergalactic space trucker, lost in outer space, stumbles on an unknown but inhabited planet; 26 x 25 min.
Filmax-Sogedasa's flagship production project is the animated TV series and feature film "Goomer," which turns on the adventures of an intergalactic space trucker.
Castelao has yet to announce its first production slate, but it may well include current Filmax-Sogedasa productions such as "Goomer"; the upscale Euro co-production "The City of Prodigies," toplining Olivier Martinez and Spanish actress Emma Suarez; and "Manolito Gafas," the second pic by Manuel Albaladejo, who debuted to acclaim earlier this year with "The First Night of My Life."