verb (used without object), baaed, baa·ing.
Origin of baa
Definition for baa (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for baa
We are here in full support of our close friends at the BAA.Running Community in Shock Over Boston Marathon Bombings|Eliza Shapiro|April 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As a result, the BAA became a prized, highly profitable business, much admired beyond the U.K.
BAA is majority owned by the Spanish company Ferrovial, which has a record of negligence.
If anybody said baa in his ear he leaped to one side, expecting the baa to turn into a woof!The Tale of Snowball Lamb|Arthur Bailey
He was the baby, and they called him that because "Baa" was the first thing he ever said.Five Children and It|E. Nesbit
No company but his dog, and no voices but the eternal "baa, baa" of the sheep, which almost drove him mad.Two Years in Oregon|Wallis Nash
The Mayo river 'baa todos los pueblos de indgenas llamados los Mayos.'The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 1|Hubert Howe Bancroft
"Let's baa at him, and tell him what an old goose he is," said the other.Billy Whiskers' Adventures|Frances Trego Montgomery
British Dictionary definitions for baa (1 of 2)
verb baas, baaing or baaed
British Dictionary definitions for baa (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for baa
imitative sound of a sheep, attested from 1580s, but probably older, as baa is recorded before this a name for a child's toy sheep.