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Definition oh

Etymology 1

From Middle English o, oo, oa (“oh”).



  1. Expression of surprise.
  2. Expression of wonder, amazement, or awe.
  3. Expression of understanding, affirmation, recognition, or realization.
  4. A word to precede an offhand or annoyed remark.
  5. A word to precede an added comment or afterthought.
  6. An invocation or address (similar to the vocative in languages with noun declension), often with a term of endearment.
  7. Exclamation for drama or emphasis (often poetic).
  8. Expression of pain. See ouch.
  9. Space filler or extra syllable, especially in (popular) music.
  10. (interrogative) Expression of mild scepticism.

oh (plural ohs)

  1. An utterance of oh; a spoken expression of surprise, acknowledgement, etc.

oh (third-person singular simple present ohs, present participle ohing, simple past and past participle ohed)

  1. (intransitive) To utter the interjection oh; to express surprise, etc.

Etymology 2

From Middle English o, oo, from Old English ō, from Latin ō.


oh (plural ohs)

  1. the letter O, o (more commonly spelled o)

Etymology 3

From English o (“zero”), ultimately of Arabic origin.


oh (plural ohs)

  1. the digit 0 (especially in representations of speech)

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