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
noun See puja
/pʊk/ noun 1. (Southwest English, dialect) a haycock
[poo-kuh] /ˈpu kə/ noun 1. . [poo-kuh] /ˈpu kə/ noun 1. (in folklore) an Irish spirit, mischievous but not malevolent, corresponding to the English Puck.
[pool] /pul/ noun 1. a small body of standing water; pond. 2. a still, deep place in a stream. 3. any small collection of liquid on a surface: a pool of blood. 4. a puddle. 5. . 6. a subterranean accumulation of oil or gas held in porous and permeable sedimentary rock (reservoir) verb (used […]