Definition of hoots in English:

hoots

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Pronunciation: /huːts
 
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exclamation

Scottish & Northern English archaic or humorous
Expressing dissatisfaction or impatience: ‘Och, noo, hoots, Hamish! Wull yee no sing us a song?’
More example sentences
  • Hoots, wumman, dinna fash yersel.

Origin

natural exclamation: first recorded in English in the mid 16th century as hoot; the form hoots dates from the early 19th century.

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