haw-haw

haw-haw

[haw-haw]
interjection
1.
(used to represent the sound of a loud, boisterous laugh.)
noun
2.
a guffaw.

Origin:
1825–35; imitative; see ha-ha1

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ha-ha or haw-haw1 (ˈhɑː ˈhɑː)
 
interj
1.  a representation of the sound of laughter
2.  an exclamation expressing derision, mockery, surprise, etc
 
haw-haw or haw-haw1
 
interj

ha-ha or haw-haw2 (ˈhɑː hɑː)
 
n
a wall or other boundary marker that is set in a ditch so as not to interrupt the landscape
 
[C18: from French haha, probably based on ha! ejaculation denoting surprise]
 
haw-haw or haw-haw2
 
n
 
[C18: from French haha, probably based on ha! ejaculation denoting surprise]

haw-haw1 (ˈhɔːˈhɔː)
 
interj
a variant of ha-ha

haw-haw2 (ˈhɔːhɔː)
 
n
a variant of ha-ha

Haw-Haw (ˈhɔːˌhɔː)
 
n
Lord Haw-Haw See Joyce

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