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- Gör n
From German Low German [Term?] (17th century). Further origin unknown; possibly from an adjective meaning "small" (Middle High German gōrec, Old High German gōrag), with an original meaning "small helpless creature," ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *ǵʰer- (“short”) A relation with English girl, likewise of uncertain origin, is possible.
Göre f (genitive Göre, plural Gören)
- (possibly derogatory, but usually mild) cheeky young child
- The word most often refers to girls, but this is not necessarily so, particularly not in the plural.
Declension of Göre [feminine]