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Date: 1300-1400
Origin: Perhaps from an unrecorded gog 'to move up and down'

goggle

verb
     
gog‧gle [intransitive] old-fashioned
to look at something with your eyes wide open in surprise or shock [= gape]
goggle at
They were goggling at us as if we were freaks.

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