ochone

ochone

(ɒˈxəʊn)
interj
Scot and Irish an expression of sorrow or regret
[from Gaelic ochóin]
References in classic literature ?
"Ochone, David," says he, "this is no the kind of death I fancy!"
When Jamie ran to London toon tae tak up his new throne, he drapped his pack o playin bards wi jist thi wan 'Ochone' [alas].
Ochone ochone, what are the Hamish Macbeth people playing at?
OCHONE! There is the sound of weeping and wailing in the Western Isles.