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4.
The popularity of this word stems from The Sopranos, an HBO TV show about the New Jersey mafia. Goo-mah is another way to say "mistress". Since this has been spelt phonetically, you should also expect the word to be spelt "goo-ma". Even though The Sopranos is an show about the Italian New Jersey mob, the word Goo-mah is of Chinese origin, where in the Cantonese dialect it means "auntie". In the Soprano's the phrase refers to any one of a mobster's mistresses.
Where have you been? But of course, you've been humping your "goo-mah" all night! The wife's bad or just boring in bed - that's why we all need a goo-mah to get our rocks off!
by Lawrence Chan March 28, 2007
 
1.
a mafioso's mistress
Big Paulie told his wife he was out with the boys, but really he was bangin' his goomah at a hotel.
by Mike De Luna November 13, 2003
 
2.
Mafia speak for mistress or girl on the side.
A: You going out with your wife?
B: Nah, I thought I'd hit a movie and dinner with my goomah instead.
by Jimmy_Heartcore February 01, 2006
 
3.
The popularity of this word stems from The Sopranos, an HBO TV show about the New Jersey mafia. Goo-mah is another way to say "mistress". Since this has been spelt phonetically, you should also expect the word to be spelt "goo-ma". Even though The Sopranos is an show about the Italian New Jersey mob, the word Goo-mah is of Chinese origin, where in the Cantonese dialect it means "auntie".
Where have you been? But of course, you've been humping your "goo-mah" all night! The wife's bad or just boring in bed - that's why we all need a goo-mah to get our rocks off!
by LawrenceChan March 06, 2007
 
5.
The name of my Dads boat
"I'm going out on Il Goomah"
by C Coppola May 31, 2004