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ach-y-fi

/ (ˌaxəˈviː, ˌʌx-) /
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interjection
Welsh dialect an expression of disgust or abhorrence
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Word Origin for ach-y-fi

Welsh, probably from ach, achy general exclamation of disgust + fi I, me
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