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ohone

or ochone

[uh-khohn] /əˈxoʊn/
interjection, Scot. and Irish English.
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Origin of ohone
1470-1480
1470-80; < Scots Gaelic ochan, Irish ochón; cf. och
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  • ohone, and woes me, for old Father Adam and the fall of man!

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  • Athlone has been famous for its widows ever since the days of Molly Malone, ohone!

    The Charm of Ireland

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