EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

good +‎ -h-

AdjectiveEdit

ghood (comparative more ghood, superlative most ghood)

  1. (dated, fandom slang, humorous) Good.
    • 1962 June, Harrell, Phillip A., “Phillip A. Harrell Presents His (hic) Case”, in Cry of the Nameless[1], number 161:
      Ghood Ghrief, that one was almost too much for me so on that one I'll close, and go galumphing off as I go whiffling thru the tulgy wood. Well, we all gotta go sometime.
    • 1995 January 22, Leah Zeldes Smith, “Re: Grinch”, in rec.arts.sf.fandom, Usenet[2], message-ID <790811510.225snx@smith.chi.il.us>:
      Among other things, this vintage piece of faan fiction explains why a mail ballot for ratification of business meeting proposals is Not a Ghood Idea.
    • 1997 October 12, Morris M. Keesan, “Re: Declining Attendance at Cons?”, in alt.fandom.cons, Usenet[3], message-ID <3443316c.1023995@news.std.com>:
      And even if the pub serves ghood bheer, the presence of the 100 gin/whisky/CocaCola/springwater "multi-genre" drinkers may make it sufficiently difficult to find the other 5 bheer fans in the crowd, that it dilutes the bheerish experience and makes it more worth my while saving my bheer budget for going down the road to the other pub that may have a smaller selection of bheer but a higher concentration of the people I want to drink with.

Usage notesEdit

This fanspeak word is used instead of the standard form to indicate a fannish context or an association with science fiction fandom.

AnagramsEdit