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wahoo1

Saltos de línea: wahoo
Pronunciación: /wɑːˈhuː
 
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(also wahoo elm)

sustantivo

A North American elm which yields useful timber.
  • Ulmus alata, family Ulmaceae
Example sentences
  • Purple Finches flock to the wahoo elm trees to feed on the buds, and Crossbills attack the pine cones.
  • Winged elm, also called corked elm or wahoo elm, can be distinguished from other elms by the woody, wing-like growths along the branchlets.
  • Here, among the smaller trees, the holly obtains its greatest development, with hornbeams and wahoo elms.

Origen

late 18th century: perhaps from Creek ahá-hwa 'walnut'.

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wahoo2

Saltos de línea: wahoo
Pronunciación: /wɑːˈhuː
 
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sustantivo

A North American spindle tree.
  • Genus Euonymus, family Celastraceae: two species

Origen

mid 19th century: from Dakota, literally 'arrow wood'.

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wahoo3

Saltos de línea: wahoo
Pronunciación: /wɑːˈhuː
 
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sustantivo

A large predatory tropical marine fish of the mackerel family, prized as a game fish.
  • Acanthocybium solandri, family Scombridae
Example sentences
  • Weeds in blue water attract significant numbers of sailfish and wahoo during the summer months.
  • By the time you reboard each evening, chef Charlie Wang will have your pan-seared wahoo waiting.
  • Skewered chunks of wahoo, a firm, white fish, come in a garlicky scampi butter that turns them irresistible.

Origen

early 20th century: of unknown origin.

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wahoo4

Saltos de línea: wahoo
Pronunciación: /wɑːˈhuː
 
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exclamación

North American
Another word for yahoo2.
Example sentences
  • Do I get excited about Beyonce because, wahoo, it's one more song about relationships?
  • Wouldn't it be dreamy to hold on to the water-park wahoo of summer… all year round?
  • Consumer confidence and spending are down - wahoo!

Origen

1940s: probably a natural exclamation.

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