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Gooseberry most often refers to a cultivated plant from two species of the genus Ribes:
- Ribes uva-crispa native to Europe, northwestern Africa and southwestern Asia.
- Ribes hirtellum, American gooseberry
- Hybrids between Ribes hirtellum and Ribes uva-crispa, including most of the cultivated gooseberry cultivars
For other plants see List of plants known as gooseberry
- Gooseberry, a structural element of the artificial Mulberry harbours used in World War II
- Sea gooseberry, a common name for some ctenophores (comb jellies), particularly Pleurobrachia
- Gooseberry Beach, a beach in Newport, Rhode Island
- Gooseberry Cove, a settlement near Trinity Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador
- Gooseberry Falls, a state park in Silver Creek Township, Lake County, Minnesota
- Gooseberry Hill, a suburb of Perth, Western Australia
- Gooseberry Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, a former settlement near Bonavista, Newfoundland & Labrador
- Gooseberry Lake, a provincial park in Alberta, Canada
- Gooseberry Point, port/dock near Lummi Island, WA, U.S.
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