pooh


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pooh

 (po͞o)
interj.
Used to express disdain or disbelief.

pooh

(puː) ,

pugh

or

puh

interj
an exclamation of disdain, contempt, or disgust
n
a childish word for faeces
vb
a childish word for defecate

pooh

(pu, pʊ)

interj.
1. (used as an exclamation of disdain or contempt.)
n.
2. an exclamation of “pooh.”
[1595–1605]
Translations

pooh

[puː]
A. EXCL¡bah!
B. N & VT & VI = poo

pooh

interj (bad smell) → puh, pfui; (disdain) → pah, bah
n (baby-talk)Aa nt (baby-talk); to do a poohAa machen (baby-talk)
vi (baby-talk)Aa machen (baby-talk)

pooh

[puː] exclpuah!
References in classic literature ?
says old Dives, in his red silken wrapper --(he had a redder one afterwards) pooh, pooh
Had she not added Pooh I might have spared her, but as it was I raised the blotting-pad rather haughtily and presented her with the sheet beneath it.
In the trailer, a distraught Robin is surprised to see his old friend Pooh visit him in the park.
Pooh and his friends try to save their friend Christopher Robin in this animated movie that can be rented or purchased on (http://www.
The most visible sign that we are in Pooh territory is a wooden signpost to Pooh Bridge, which features in the film.
THE FAMOUS POOH BRIDGE THE most visible sign that we are in Pooh territory is a wooden signpost to Pooh Bridge, which features in the film.
Although, no official explanation has been provided, many observed that the reason behind the ban might be due to certain viral posts on Twitter suggesting a resemblance between Winnie the Pooh and Chinese Premier Xi Jinping.
oved by around ueen 0 y Both Pooh and Queen Elizabeth reached 90 this year and Disney brought out a new adventure story which saw the bear of very little brain meet the Queen for the first time.
It became the setting for the follow-up book "Winnie-the-Pooh,'' which chronicled the adventures of Pooh and his animal friends Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, Rabbit and Owl.
Our grand-daughter Jeannie has the books and the DVDs and, to celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day on Sunday, I shall watch my favourite Disney animated Pooh Bear film.
Younger members of the family can dress up in Winnie the Pooh costumes.
It has no attention-grabbing celebrity voice work, and the only pop-cultural allusions it makes are to other stories and films about Pooh and his friends.