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ouch 1

 (ouch)
interj.
Used to express sudden pain or displeasure.

ouch 2

 (ouch)
n. Obsolete
1. A setting for a precious stone.
2. A clasp or brooch, especially one set with jewels.

[Middle English ouche, from Anglo-Norman (une) ouche, alteration of (une) nouch, (a) brooch, of Germanic origin; see ned- in Indo-European roots.]

ouch

(aʊtʃ)
interj
an exclamation of sharp sudden pain

ouch

(aʊtʃ)
n
1. (Jewellery) a brooch or clasp set with gems
2. (Jewellery) the setting of a gem
[C15 an ouch, mistaken division of C14 a nouche, from Old French nouche, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German nusca buckle]

ouch1

(aʊtʃ)

interj.
(used to express sudden pain or dismay.)
[1830–40, Amer.; < German autsch]

ouch2

(aʊtʃ)

n. Archaic.
1.
a. a clasp, buckle, or brooch for holding a garment together.
b. an ornamental brooch set with gems.
2. the setting of a precious stone.
[1325–75; Middle English ouche, for nouche < Old French nosche < Frankish]
Translations
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auau dauff da
ała
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ouch

[aʊtʃ] EXCL¡ay!

ouch

[ˈaʊtʃ] exclaïe!

ouch

interjautsch

ouch

[aʊtʃ] exclohi!, ahi!

ouch

int. ay!; [exclamación de dolor]

ouch

interj ¡Ay!
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