There are 2 definitions of oof in English:

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Syllabification: oof
Pronunciation: /o͞of
 
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exclamation

  • Expressing discomfort, as from sudden exertion or a blow to one’s body.
    More example sentences
    • I know a place on earth we can go, if you guys can - oof!
    • Well you see he has some issues with some guy and we have some and - oof!
    • She closed her eyes, trying to make it all go away and force herself awake, when she ran straight into a soft something that went oof!

Origin

natural exclamation: first recorded in English in the mid 19th century.

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There are 2 definitions of oof in English:

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noun

[mass noun] informal
  • Money; cash.

Origin

late 19th century: from Yiddish oyf 'on', tish 'table', i.e. 'on the table' (referring to money in gambling).

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