yoo-hoo

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yoo-hoo

 (yo͞o′ho͞o′)
interj.
Used to call someone at a distance or to gain someone's attention.

yoo-hoo

(ˈjuːˌhuː)
interj
a call to attract a person's attention

yoo-hoo

(ˈyuˌhu)
interj.
1. (used as an exclamation to get someone's attention.)
v.i.
2. to get or attempt to get someone's attention by or as if by calling “yoo-hoo.”
[1920–25]
Translations

yoo-hoo

[ˈjuːˈhuː] EXCL¡yu-hu!

yoo-hoo

interjhuhu, hallo
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