Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • v. To woo.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Obsolete forms of woo, wooer.
  • n. A Middle English form of waw.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • For those of us who are not all that deeply into teen-language, "wowe" in Norwegian means to play World of Warcraft.

    You must not wow

  • I have to admit, in our household the constant repetitions of "du må ikkje wowe" had the wrong effect.

    You must not wow

  • Apart from alternative warning poems ("Du skal ikkje wowe bort sumarnotta, ho er for ljos til det" as my favourite (original text here)) offered from all members of the family, I immediately had to buy the game!

    You must not wow

  • _ Ech þe understandeð þ̵ holi husel  {180} unwurðliche he understant hi {m} seluen eche pine. ⁊ endelese wowe.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • Ac þi lif al þu last in wowe. weylawey deþ þe schal a {} dun þrowe. þer þu wenest heyust to steo.

    Selections from early Middle English, 1130-1250 Part I: Texts

  • + No but that ye wowe hir to haue hir to your wife,

    Ralph Roister Doister

  • Does anyone know how to exchange coupons if I change my mind? cheeriokid: Did you forget to use the discount code? wowe said: Here is a tip.

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  • In celebrating that success Sekhukhune inserted in his sereto (praise-poem) that, "ke hlabile monna ka lerumo gara kgoro a be a hloma motshongwane yake ke pheko ya motse wowe." (

    A tribute to King Sekhukhune

  • My husband, who has learned the consequences of saying "aren't computer games dangerous?" came home last week with a new saying: "Du må ikkje wowe.

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