verb (used without object), pooed, pooing.
interjection, noun, verb
another spelling of pooh
also pooh, baby-talk for “excrement,” 1950s (cf. poop (n.2)).
A mild exclamation of disbelief, dismay, disappointment, etc: Oh poo, I dropped it (1602+)
Excrement; do, poo-poo •Along with poop, this is a euphemism used by and to children: Zoo Poo garden fertilizer is made from the waste of all manner of exotic creatures (1950s+)
cutesy-poo, hot poo, icky
interjection : I checked my watch. Poot. It was only twelve forty-five noun verb To flatulate; fart [1970s+ Black; probably a variant of poop]
- Poot around
verb phrase To waste time; behave frivolously; crap around: There’s been a lot of pootin’ around but very little maximum effort (1970s+ Black)
noun A callow and ignorant person; a stupid and unfledged youth, esp one lacking the cunning of the ghetto: show Chester that he wasn’t a poot-butt (1970s+ Black)
/ˈpuːtərɪʃ/ adjective 1. characteristic of or resembling the fictional character Pooter, esp in being bourgeois, genteel, or self-important adjective pompous; self-important; bourgeois Word Origin character Charles Pooter in “Diary of a Nobody” (1892)