mid-14c. (late 13c. as a surname), from Old Norse gæslingr, from gos "goose" (see goose (n.)) + diminutive suffix (see -ling). replaced Old English gesling. Or the modern word might be a Middle English formation from gos "goose." Similar formation in Danish gæsling, Swedish gäsling, German Gänslein.
1. This report is about diagnosis and control of gosling pest.
2. Giles Gosling himself was somewhat scandalized at the obstreperous nature of their mirth.
3. I'd say smoldering temptress. We're all relying on you, gosling.
我会说是阴燃诱惑的女人. 我们都指望你, 傻帽.
4. Who meddleth in all things may shoe the gosling.
5. Who meddles in all things may shoe the gosling.