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".
In words, as fashions, the same rule will hold; Alike fantastic, if too new, or old: Be not the first by whom the new are tried, Nor yet the last to lay the old aside.