from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- interj. Used to express surprise, comprehension, or mock astonishment.
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- interj. Expressing surprise or gloating realisation; aha.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- interj. An exclamation of surprise, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Oh! ha! aha!: an exclamation expressing a somewhat scornful surprise, a taunt, a self-congratulatory exultation, or a bantering address.
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"Yes, 'oho' as much as you like, but it is all rot your living here, and
And I love how the people that go "oho, i've seen all these movie musicals, so i get to have an opinion on them!"
‘And here’s my bonny boy,’ cried Mrs Brown, ‘at last! — oho, oho!
A local guy who lived in oho told me about this place; lucky me.
This is the point in the festivities when I'm supposed to tag eight people, but oho, I have been down that painful road before.
Aha race of fiercemarchands counterination oho of shorpshoopers.
So, oho was it that wore pearls and cornrows and accompanied Brad Pitt to the 1992 Oscar ceremony?
The exclamation or interjection oho is defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as “an exclamation expressing surprise, taunting, exultation.”
The claim was backed up by Western military officials and diplomats and at least oho have pressed thousands of kilometers (miles) through Zairian jungle, claimed Rwandan and Angolan mercenaries were aiding Mobutu's forces in fighting near Kenge.
Oh no -- we shall send your father's seaplane to rescue mem -- and after that -- oho!