gomeral

noun
gom·​er·​al
variants: or gomerel or gomeril \ˈgä(ə)rə̇l \
plural -s

Definition of gomeral 

dialectal, chiefly British

: simpleton, fool he's a liar and you're a gomeral to hearken till him— Sir Walter Scott

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