Any trailing or climbing plant belonging to the gourd family.
Any of several trailing or climbing cucurbit plants bearing fruits with a hard rind, especially Lagenaria siceraria and a variety of Cucurbita pepo.
The dried, hollowed-out shell of such a fruit, used as a drinking cup, dipper, etc.
Designating a family (Cucurbitaceae, order Violales) of dicotyledonous plants, including the squash, melon, cucumber, and pumpkin.
The definition of a gourd is a fleshy fruit with a hard outer skin, also used to create decorative ornaments, or to create drinking containers out of their shells.
A fruit with a hard outer shell that is sometimes displayed around fall is an example of a gourd.
Any of the ornamental, inedible fruits of these or related plants, esp. of a yellow-flowered variety (Cucurbita pepo ovifera) of the pumpkin.
(slang) The head.
The dried and hardened shell of such fruit, made into a drinking vessel, bowl, spoon, or other objects designed for use or decoration.
- Very foolish; crazy.