Associations to the word «Woo»
WOO, verb. (transitive) To endeavor to gain someone's support.
WOO, verb. (transitive) (often of a man) To try to persuade someone to marry oneself; to solicit in love.
WOO, verb. To court solicitously; to invite with importunity.
WOO, interjection. (slang) Expressing joy or mirth; woohoo, yahoo.
WOO, adjective. Alternative spelling of woo woo
WOO, proper noun. A Chinese surname
WOO BACK, verb. (transitive) To gain somebody back by wooing him or her.
WOO HOO, interjection. Alternative spelling of woohoo
WOO WOO, noun. (slang) A person readily accepting supernatural, paranormal, occult, or pseudoscientific phenomena, or emotion-based beliefs and explanations.
WOO WOO, noun. (slang) Those beliefs.
WOO WOO, adjective. (slang) Supernatural, unreal.
WOO WOO, adjective. (slang) Describing a person readily accepting supernatural, paranormal, occult, or pseudoscientific phenomena, or emotion-based beliefs and explanations.
WOO WOO, noun. An alcoholic cocktail consisting of peach schnapps, vodka and cranberry juice.
WOO WOO, noun. (childish) the sound of a fire truck, ambulance, or police truck's siren.
WOO WOOS, noun. Plural of woo woo
WOO, verb. Seek someone's favor; "China is wooing Russia".
WOO, verb. Make amorous advances towards; "John is courting Mary".
Words are always getting conventionalized to some secondary meaning. It is one of the works of poetry to take the truants in custody and bring them back to their right senses.