doh

d'oh

[doh]
interjection
(used to express dismay when one has said or done something stupid or when something has gone wrong.) Compare duh.
Also, doh.


Origin:
1950–55; later popularized by Homer Simpson, character in the animated TV series “The Simpsons,” who smacks his forehead while saying “d'oh!”

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doh1 (dəʊ)
 
n , pl dohs
1.  music (in tonic sol-fa) the first degree of any major scale
2.  informal chiefly (Scot) up to high doh extremely excited or keyed up
 
[C18: from Italian; see gamut]

doh2 (dəʊ)
 
interj
informal an exclamation of annoyance when something goes wrong

DoH
 
abbreviation for
Department of Health

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