verb (used without object), baaed, baa·ing.
Origin of baa
Examples from the Web for baas
On the 23d June, the king sent at midnight for our baas to come to wait upon him, sending a noble as his hostage.
It was Otter shouting, and his words seemed to be, "Come on, Baas; it is easy."
Then by my strength I broke the irons—see, Baas, here are the scars of them to this day.
"They are mad, Baas," cried Otter, who was watching the enemy over the top of the embankment.
When anyone cheats, you must cheat more, or you will never be baas.Outa Karel's Stories|Sanni Metelerkamp
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Word Origin for baas
British Dictionary definitions for baas (2 of 3)
verb baas, baaing or baaed
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Word Origin and History for baas
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.