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gogga

South African informal any small animal that crawls or flies, esp an insect
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The closest he comes to implicit self-judgment occurs on the only occasion when he addresses his daughter Gogga. His plaintive plea is that she not respond uncritically to the rhythms of sea, seasons, and mountains of South Africa, that she resist their seductiveness with all her might so that she might appropriate other natural rhythms less fraught with self-incrimination, opposition, and despair.
Goodnight, God bless Gogga. From all the Gillespie Family.
Wanneer hy later sy dogter, Gogga, bekendstel aan die omgewing, let die leser dieselfde ambivalensie op: enersyds wil hy sy dogter inwy in die omgewing en andersyds waarsku hy haar om haarself te ontheg van die land (Dog Heart, 151).
Uncle Gogga of Julie, Claire, David and Shaun, also a great-uncle to Jacob.
(Gogga, We never knew you for very long, but my mum will tell us all about you and how much you loved us.) Your grandsons Harry, George, and Louie xxx.
(Love and miss you Gogga.) Grandchildren Billy, Nathan, Joshua, Oliver and Elliott xxxxx