Definition of moo in English:

moo

Syllabification: moo
Pronunciation: /mo͞o
 
/

verb (moos, mooing, mooed)

[no object]
Make the characteristic deep vocal sound of a cow.
More example sentences
  • Several of the bulls started bellowing and the cows mooing.
  • Adding to the mesmerizing murmur of the flowing water, the sounds of birds singing and cows mooing left one feeling totally at peace.
  • We drove down a winding country road surrounded by large vegetable gardens in various stages of harvest, cow pastures with lots of passive cows mooing softly and small rural homes.

noun (plural moos)

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The characteristic deep vocal sound of a cow.
More example sentences
  • Where life still revolves around the temple, and cows have homes where they are guaranteed dinner - if they stand outside and moo.
  • She withdrew her hand, and nearly jumped as the cow let out a soft, gentle moo.
  • George can only quack, oink, moo, and meow.

Origin

mid 16th century: imitative.

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