ow

ow

[ou]
interjection
(used especially as an expression of intense or sudden pain.)
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ow (aʊ)
 
interj
an exclamation of pain

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ow
14c. as an exclamation of surprise; 1919 as an expression of sudden pain.
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OW
  1. Old Welsh

  2. one way

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