argh

or aargh

[ pronounced as a guttural, r-like sound; spelling pronunciation ahr, ahrg ]
/ pronounced as a guttural, r-like sound; spelling pronunciation ɑr, ɑrg /

interjection

(used as an exclamation of frustration, annoyance, etc.)

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Origin of argh

First recorded in 1790–1800
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Example sentences from the Web for argh

  • It is compounded of this same term pheelea, an augur or a diviner; and argh, the symbolic boat, or yoni!