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hee·haw

 (hē′hô′)
n.
1. The braying sound made by a donkey.
2. Informal A noisy laugh; a guffaw.
intr.v. hee·hawed, hee·haw·ing, hee·haws
1. To bray.
2. Informal To guffaw.

[Imitative.]

heehaw

(ˌhiːˈhɔː)
interj
an imitation or representation of the braying sound of a donkey

hee•haw

(ˈhiˌhɔ)

n.
1. rude laughter.
v.i.
2. to bray.
3. to laugh rudely or raucously.
[1805–15, Amer.; imitative]
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heehaw

noun
Informal. An act of laughing:
verb
Informal. To express amusement, mirth, or scorn by smiling and emitting loud, inarticulate sounds:
Idioms: die laughing, laugh one's head off, roll in the aisles, split one's sides.
Translations

heehaw

[ˈhiːhɔː]
A. Nrebuzno m
B. VIrebuznar

heehaw

nIah nt
viiahen
References in classic literature ?
Little Bob Suckling, who was cap in hand to her three months before, and would walk a mile in the rain to see for her carriage in the line at Gaunt House, was talking to Fitzoof of the Guards (Lord Heehaw's son) one day upon the jetty, as Becky took her walk there.