Heighho

heigh-ho

[hahy-hoh, hey-]
interjection
(an exclamation of surprise, exultation, melancholy, boredom, or weariness.)

Origin:
1545–55

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heigh-ho (ˈheɪˈhəʊ)
 
interj
a variant spelling of hey-ho

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heigh-ho
1553, exclamation to express yawning, sighing, etc.
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